Necromunda UnderHive Wars Review PC

After wading through the rather elongated tutorial (the Necromunda UnderHive Wars story mode), I dabbled with character customization, battled in the Operations mode; I have to ask myself, did I enjoy Rogue Factor’s grimdark experience after so many hours? That maybe telling in itself. The fact I have to question

CDPR Announces Cyberpunk 2077 Has Gone Gold

Not that it means much these days what with post-launch fixes and updates, but CDPR announced today that Cyberpunk 2077 has gone gold. This means they have complete work on the game and it’s ready to be shipped for final pressing to retail discs. It marked a momentous time during

Project CARS 3 Review PC

Slightly Mad Studios released their arcade like racer Project CARS 3 recently on consoles and PC. It sprints-off the starting grid complete with a VR mode and the usual bells and whistles events. However, its departure from sim racer to more accessible arcade game might not please everyone and then

Disaster Report 4 Review PC

I had no idea what to expect jumping in to Granzella Inc’s Disaster Report 4 Summer Memories. Cutting to the chase, the game centres around the exploits of your male or female character who have to survive their way through an earthquake zone and all its perils set in Japan.

Disco Elysium Review (PC)

What is Disco Elysium other than a mental assault on the senses draped in an abundance of wicked imagery and tenacious writing. It’s a point-and-click-adventure at heart with a free-form approach melded with a splattering of RPG tossed in ad-hock…somewhere. I don’t fully get where I can pigeon-hole the game

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Review PC – Yee HAW

When I first started playing Double Damages’ prequel to Rebel Galaxy I was a little perplexed with the initial choices. Right from the beginning a pool table for a fully fledged game of pool presented itself. Slot machine to while away the minutes, and a dice based poker game. Not

Outward Review PC

After spending some time with Nine Dots Studios action role playing game Outward, it’s easy to come to the conclusion this isn’t a game for everyone. Its dated visuals and deliberately challenging gameplay mechanics will either have you chomping at the bit, or lapping it up like a cat with

Earthlock Enhanced Edition Review

Snowcastle Games recently revamped their Earthlock Festival of Magic role playing game to become Earthlock Enhanced Edition and now that I have spent some time with it can pretty much offer an opinion on this colourful throwback title. I say throwback because if you think the old school games with

Bullet Witch Review PC

I have fond memories of the original Xbox 360 Bullet Witch game coming from developers Cavia and releasing in 2007. If my memory serves me correctly it was a no-nonsense third person shooter with a feisty female lead fighting off hordes of demons. Interestingly Marvelous Inc has decided to unleash