Category - Windows PC Review

The Bard’s Tale IV: Barrows Deep Review

Many of you gamers out there might remember a classic PC gaming series known as The Bard’s Tale. First released in 1985, Tales Unknown Volume I: The Bard’s Tale put gamers in charge of a party of adventurers seeking to stop an evil...

Jurassic World Evolution Review (PC)

Jurassic World Evolution starts off wonderfully with the beautifully detailed island jungle underneath the helicopter as it heads toward the landing pad.  Then Ian Malcolm, voiced beautifully by Jeff Goldblum fills us in on what’s in...

The Banner Saga 3 Review

The Banner Saga has always embraced a visual style similar to the cartoons of Ray Bakshi.  The scenery in the games are terrific and the characters are flushed out not just by their stories but how they look in the old Hobbit cartoons.  That is...

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Review

When Warhammer: Vermintide came along I could not get enough of it.  It was challenging and the fun in all the right ways for a game that is essentially designed for multiplayer survival.  If you kept running too far ahead or too far behind...

The Crew 2 Review

When I was a kid we took a road trip from southern California to the “Frontier Days” event in Cheyenne, Wyoming and we went up through the northern California/Oregon and a very round about drive through the Western states.  It was a...

Wreckfest Review

Wreckfest, a demolition derby game from THQ Nordic and Bugbear, hails from an originally failed crowdfunding a few years ago. Back then, it was labeled with the very peculiar name of “Bugbear’s Next Car Game”.  It that odd...

Lust for Darkness Review

I have been looking forward to Lust For Darkness for a bit with its trailer presenting an adult-themed puzzle game.  I have been playing puzzle games for a really long time, including such famous older ones like Myst from 1993 with its...

Overload Review

Overload is brought to us by the same creators as Descent and Descent 2 and is meant as a spiritual sequel.  The game was kind of before its time back then but now a 6-degree-of freedom shooter is very much a welcome play style. You are in a...

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire – A...

Back in 2015, developer Obsidian Entertainment created a Kickstarter campaign to fund their new game idea.  This new game would be a spiritual successor to Baldur’s Gate and Planescape: Torment, which happen to be two of my most favorite...

Starship Corporation Review

Starship Corporation from Iceberg Interactive and Coronado Games is a rather in-depth game that takes players from on the journey of becoming the head of, as the name suggests, a starship-building corporation.  You begin at the near bottom...