Steep Review – Rough Around the Edges

Steep arrives to the gaming marketplace at a time when there is a dearth of games focused on snowboarding and other wintertime extreme sporting activities. There was a time when players had been inundated with snowboarding games and had been spoilt for alternative with makes like SSX, 1080°, Amped, Shawn White and Amazing Boarders franchises […]

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Above the Law Review, Order Must Be...

A most frustrating element with episodic releases is when the series goes on a hiatus, leaving you on the edge of a cliff. Three months after the release of...

The Turing Test review

In a room in one of many crew's quarters, I noticed a well-known face staring again at me from an easel. It was a Rembrandt, or fairly it was...

A Blind Legend Review – An Eye Opening Experience

In an industry dominated by sequels and remakes, it is a rare occurrence to come across a game that tries to accomplish something truly unique, a game that dares...

Siralim 2 Review: Weird Monster Wrangling

The fast and soiled clarification of Siralim 2 is that it’s rather a lot like Pokemon, Dragon Quest Monsters, Hunter Island, and so forth. You wander round combating monsters...

FIFA 18 Review: A Complete Package

After a few mundane entries, FIFA finally took a major leap forward last year with the addition of a story mode, new engine, and features. However, it was still...

WWE 2K18 Review, A Small Step in the Right Direction

Like every other sports-based game series, another year means another iteration to an annual franchise, and like clockwork, the month of October signals release of the latest addition to...

Marvel vs Capcom Infinite Review, Fun Yet Flawed

It wasn’t that long ago when all available Marvel vs Capcom games got pulled from digital distribution when Capcom’s publishing license expired at the end of 2013, and it...

Titanfall 2 Review, A Shooter That Truly Shines

2016 was a great 12 months for singleplayer online games, irrespective of the genre. Avid gamers gained a plethora of awesome AAA as well as indie titles such as...

Master of Orion review

1993 was a splendid yr for PC gaming - maybe the easiest there's been - with Dune 2, Syndicate, X-Wing and Myst all establishing or championing their respective genres....

Phoning Home Review – Deeper than Expected

In recent years, most AAA games have offered nothing but disappointment. Major publishers have dropped the ball on some of their leading IPs. However, the light of hope still...

Destiny 2 Review In-Progress: A Journey of Loss and Triumph

Last time I was asked to review a new Destiny game it was back in 2014 but unfortunately, I wasn’t able to do so due to an already hectic...

Total War Warhammer 2 Review – A RTS Worthy of the Name

Announcing Total War Warhammer 2 wasn’t the best of ideas and the community shared its concerns over social media. However, with the release of the game we can see...

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Review, Modernizing The Roots

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia is a remake of the 90’s hit Fire Emblem: Gaiden. The remake is complete with cutscenes, updated art, characters, environment. Nintendo’s longtime partner,...

Total War: Warhammer Review – Epic Fantasy Replaces Mundane History Lessons

For above a decade now, Creative Assembly has been working tediously on the Total War franchise. All through this time we’ve been treated with many installments, spanning throughout a...

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Any Steam user is probably familiar with the concept of Steam review bombers, when a large number of gamers all give a game negative reviews to drag down its rating due to some unpopular mechanic or decision made by the developers. However, Valve has come up with a plan to deal with these. The plan […]