Category - Windows PC Review

Daymare 1998 – A Review (PC)

While this is a review of Daymare: 1998, one must explain how this game came into being… One of my favorite games of the 90’s is Resident Evil.  I knew absolutely nothing about the game when I bought it in 1996, it just sounded like...

Blair Witch Review (Steam)

Blair Witch takes you into the forest a few years after the disappearance of the kids from the original movie. You play former police officer Ellis and, with him, is his former police dog Bullet. Together, you two will venture into the woods to...

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review

Set in the 1980’s, Wolfenstein: Youngblood takes place after “B.J.” Blazkowicz, the franchise’s hero since Wolfenstein 3D, goes MIA. His twin daughters, Jessica and Sophia, go into Nazi-occupied France trying to find him...

Iratus: Lord of the Dead – A Review...

Iratus:  Lord of the Dead is a Kickstarter funded game, brought to us by Unfrozen in Russia.  Raising $23,316 of it’s @$20,000 goal, Iratus:  Lord of the Dead is in Early Access on Steam and we got to get our grubby little hands on it...

Conan Unconquered Review

Conan Unconquered is a real time strategy survival game that its creators Funcom and Petroglyph compare to games like They are Billions. On the subject of Conan Unconquered’s creators, there are few you would trust more to work on a Conan...

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don’t...

I haven’t played a Leisure Suit Larry game since 1987 when I tricked my mom into buying Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards for me at age thirteen.  Honestly, I’m not sure why I didn’t play any of the rest...

Tropico 6 Review

Just in case you have never heard of the Tropico series (I met someone who thought it was a sunscreen once… I think they were teasing me) it started as a city simulator that took place on an island which has had so many features added...

Yakuza Kiwami Remastered Review

When Yakuz Kiwami hit the scene in 2006 for the Playstation 2, it slipped passed some people but the true fans of sandbox games could not get a hold of it fast enough or get enough hours in the day to play. There were some limitations on...

Trials Rising Review (PC)

No other game gets me leaning on my couch like a good Trials game. Whenever I play a Trials game I find myself physically moving as if I was actually riding the bike, just to get that extra inch to make it over a barrier or to clear a huge...

Metro Exodus Review (PC)

Metro Exodus, the latest in the Metro game franchise from 4A Games and Deep Silver, brings players from the post-apocalyptic underground subways of Moscow to somewhere long-thought to be off-limits: the outside world. Taking place after the...