Inmates

Inmates, a game that made a proclamation that it is a story-driven, atmospheric psychological horror game, developed by Davit Andreasyan and published by Iceberg Interactive. You play as Johnathon who finds himself in a run-down prison, and he has to find out what is happening and how to escape.   The game has some very […]

Drifting Lands

Drifting Lands is a classic horizontal shoot’em’up with some well thought out RPG elements being developed and published by Alkemi. A mix of Shoot Em Up and RPG sounds like an odd mix but if you enjoy Shoot Em Ups then you will enjoy Drifting Lands. There are over 100 levels and, of course, the […]

Naval Action

Over the countless years, I’ve probably encountered over a dozen or more “pirate” games for PC. From Cutthroats to Sea Dogs. From Sid Meier’s to Buccaneer to even getting The Patrician series as it had sailing ships in it. However, I’ve played nothing that is quite like this. Bar, maybe, the sea battles of Sea […]

Watchdogs 2

Does anyone remember the Watchdogs graphics debacle when it released in 2014? I do, it still burns that the game was released and it looked so different to the demo we saw at E3. It was my first realization that publishers will just lie to sell their games. Stupid I know but I was naive […]

Mafia 3

Returning home from a war in Vietnam, Lincoln Clay finds himself in another war on the streets of New Bordeaux. A Haitian crime syndicate may seem like a problem initially but that’s nothing compared to the betrayal and violence that it will take to bring vengeance to the mob. You will spend the first few […]

Subnautica

Well, this review has been a long time to come and it’s not really my fault. In fact, I shouldn’t even be writing this review, the game isn’t finished yet but you know what. I think there is enough actual gameplay, enough to do for me to be able to write a review. I am […]