Posts Tagged ‘windows’


by Jonjo Cosgroveon 01/06/2020
A look at some of the games filling the calendar in June 2020.

Titanic: Honour and Glory’s stunning preview

by trekkiemarkon 22/04/2016
The very mention of her name conjures up visions of size, superiority and the futility of a mighty feat of human engineering. In 1912 the Titanic sailed her first and last voyage and remains a potent reminder of man’s complacency in the face of nature. The loss of over 1,500 people in the icy waters of […]

Republique: Remastered Review

by Sai Mealingon 13/03/2015
When does an indie game stop being an indie game? This was a question I found myself wondering several times during my playthrough of Republique: Remastered, a full-HD PC and Mac port of the episodic mobile game from 2013. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign that almost didn’t make it, the mobile versions were a massive […]

Review: Iron Fisticle

by Sai Mealingon 23/09/2014
If Dark Souls and Streets of Rage somehow met, knocked digital boots and gave birth to a dark spawn then the result would be Iron Fisticle. It was these kind of thoughts that I couldn’t get out of my head as I played through the latest rogue-like offering from indie publishers Curve Studios. It’s a […]

Wargame: Red Dragon Review

by Lendosanon 03/07/2014
When people say RTS they usually think of your standard Red Alert or Company of Heroes, something that involves base building.  Granted that is sometimes the best aspect of playing an RTS game.  Eugen systems have really pushed the boat out regarding RTS games over the recent years, and it all started with R.U.S.E., a […]

Indie puzzle platformer Teslagrad is coming to PS3, Wii U and Vita this Summer

by Sai Mealingon 27/02/2014
Norwegian indie developer Rain Games have announced that their latest platforming adventure title ‘Teslagrad’ will be released on console formats later this year. These ports follow a successful Steam launch for PC, Mac and Linux, a Metacritic review score of 78/100 and almost universal praise at last year’s industry events such as Seattle PAX Prime […]

If you try one game this week, make it Broforce!

by Chris Batemanon 15/02/2014
Rambro? Indiana Brones? The Brominator? I know what you’re thinking, but this is definitely not a group of drunken frat boys on a night out; this is Broforce! Do you remember that scene in every 80s action movie ever where the hero blew everything to Hell, before flying off into the sunset on a helicopter? […]

Space Hulk Now Assaulting Linux

by James Buckinghamon 29/01/2014
Danish independent studio Full Control announced yesterday that Space Hulk – the digital adaptation of the classic Games Workshop board-game, set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe – is now available on Linux. “We’ve always wanted to offer gamers different options on what platform they choose to play Space Hulk,” said Thomas Hentschel Lund, CEO of Full Control “We actively support Valve’s push for Linux as […]

Harebrained Schemes announces Shadowrun: Dragonfall

by Andy Haighon 24/11/2013
Hare Brained Schemes has just unveiled the details on Shadowrun: Dragonfall, the new campaign for their critically acclaimed old school RPG Shadowrun Returns.  BERLIN. The Flux-State: a stable anarchy enforced by an ever-shifting coalition of megacorps, political factions, and savvy power players. A place where almost anything goes and the right connections can be the […]

Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut (PC) Review

by Sai Mealingon 14/11/2013
It isn’t all that unusual these days for a game to receive a mixed response but what is unusual is to find one that divides opinion as much as Deadly Premonition did when it was originally released as an Xbox 360 exclusive in the West three years ago. While most reviewers at the time agreed […]