The Crew: Wild Run Review 1

The Crew: Wild Run Review

December 6, 2017 0
Last year, Ubisoft, the purveyor of fine historical murder simulators, quirky strategy games, and oft-delayed tactical shooters, also released The Crew. It's a racing game that promised you'll never drive alone what with a sprawling open-wo
Homefront: The Revolution Preview Is Better Than Its Trailer 2

Homefront: The Revolution Preview Is Better Than Its Trailer

April 24, 2018 0
Homefront: The Revolution has had a remarkably painful development cycle. From the studio's employees reportedly not being paid for months on end by its then owners Crytek, to being bought by German publisher Deep Silver (responsible for Saints
XCOM 2 Review 3

XCOM 2 Review

February 21, 2016 0
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is one of the best games in the strategy genre and it's easy to see why. The game had a stellar user interface that would give Jony Ive an inferiority complex, a tough but fair set of game rules, and an addictive flow of even
Mimpi Dreams Review 6

Mimpi Dreams Review

May 9, 2016 0
Pleasant music, beautiful art, and engaging gameplay, make Mimpi Dreams, a puzzle platformer made by Silicon Jelly featuring a cute little dog as the protagonist, one of the nicer indie games that we've seen. It's a sequel of iOS game Mimpi
Pac-Man 256 Review: A Modern Take on the Classic 7

Pac-Man 256 Review: A Modern Take on the Classic

April 27, 2017 0
What happens when Crossy Road meets Pac-Man? You get one of the smartest takes on the classic game, bringing in elements of an endless runner without losing out on that which is quintessentially Pac-Man. We've described Crossy Road as either th
ScreamRide Review: Bring the Amusement Park Home 8

ScreamRide Review: Bring the Amusement Park Home

February 14, 2016 0
Here's something you may not have known: prior to returning to its roots making space simulation games with the critically acclaimed Elite: Dangerous, UK-based Frontier Developments was responsible for a host of amusement park management games s