Posts Tagged ‘pc games’

Tap Heroes. Real Heroes Tap!

by Chrison 18/05/2016
  Tap Heroes!  Real Heroes Tap!  Over the past year or so, there has been a veritable panoply of “Idle” games released.  In this exceedingly crowded Idle Game market, it is rare to find a game that stands out for its simplicity and its addictiveness.  Tap Heroes, however, is one such game. Tap Heroes, like […]

Final Fantasy VII Nostalgia

by Chrison 10/05/2016
Final Fantasy VII With the upcoming remake on the horizon, I decided to go back and re-play through it in all its original glory. The Original Final Fantasy VII Trailer – Feel The Nostalgia! 120 hours in to my current play through and I am still loving it.  It has lost none of its charm […]

Final Fantasy IX HD Remaster on PC – First Thoughts

by jollinson 18/04/2016
We review the latest HD remaster from Square, Final Fantasy IX (9). Final Fantasy IX is the latest in the series to get a shiny new coat of paint and we spare no time in exploring what the game has to offer. New models and higher resolution textures along with up scaled background give this […]

The Battle for Wesnoth

by Tom Sorsbyon 14/09/2015
The Battle for Wesnoth, for the many of you I’m sure who don’t know, is a turn-based fantasy-themed strategy game for the PC (and now tablet) which you can go and download right now. Usually I would go on for a bit longer before making the final recommendation, but since this game is completely free […]

TOP 5 classic hex based War games

by Matt Gearyon 29/08/2014
A lot of younger PC wargamers will look at the following with a mixture of confusion and amusement. Hex based wargames… on the PC, turn based, bitmap graphics?! Are you having a bloody Giraffe?! That’s right ladies and gents, these are the games of my childhood and games I will still happily play now. It wasn’t […]

War Thunder – Ground Forces Closed Beta

by Phil_Matthewson 03/03/2014
War Thunder is a free-to-play online combat game, which is set during WWII and features armoured combat rather than infantry. An open beta version has been available on PC and PS4 for some time but so far it has only included air units; the final version is set to also feature ground and naval units. […]

Dungeons and Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara Review – 9 GPPs

by Phil_Matthewson 30/06/2013
D&D: Chronicles of Mystara is a downloadable HD console release of  two arcade games created by Capcom, based on the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop role-playing game and set in the Mystara campaign setting Tower of Doom (originally released in 1993) and Shadows Over Mystara (1997). At first glance this appears to be a rip-off of the Golden Axe games, and I can’t […]

Metro: Last Light Review – 8 GPPs

by Phil_Matthewson 28/06/2013
Metro: Last Light (formerly known as Metro: 2034) is the sequel to Metro: 2033 and is best described as a stealth FPS game. It is very story driven and is based on the books of Dmitry Glukhovsky, who guided the story of Last Light. Here’s the synopsis taken from the official Metro website: [quote]It is […]

Civilization V: Brave New World Expansion – Details and Impressions

by Phil_Matthewson 17/06/2013
 Civilization V is probably my favourite strategy game at the moment; I’ve lost count of the hours I’ve spent clicking away on this game and so I was delighted to hear that there’s a second expansion pack, titled Brave New World, due for release on 12th July in the UK/9th July in North America. However, […]

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review – 8 GPPs

by Phil_Matthewson 13/05/2013
If you’re a fan of 80s action movies, then Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is the game you need. A downloadable, stand alone, single player, which uses the Far Cry 3 engine and pays homage to films of the 80s.  The year is 2007; it is the future (from an 80’s perspective anyway), and Earth […]