Category: PC Reviews

When it comes down to War/First Person Shooters, the market is undoubtedly bulging with competition. With arguably the Call of Duty franchise and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 at the top of the pile it is very hard for a game of a similar genre to avoid being put up for comparison. Out steps newly released…

It looks like N+. That was my initial reaction to seeing Super Meat Boy in motion for the first time. The long, flat jumps, the wall sliding, the constant death; it all seemed very familiar. And this was no bad thing necessarily; I very much enjoyed Slick Entertainment’s 2008 downloadable title. Team Meat’s game was…

Think I’ll start this review with a bit of background info on the game. Richard Marcinko, also known as “Rogue Warrior”, “Demo Dick”, “Shark Man of the Delta” and “The Geek”, is an former USA Navy Seal and author. He bases his books on his living experiences and fictions and ends up being one of…

Ninja Blade is an arcade styled third person action-adventure game, developed by From Software and released on the Xbox this January. But this review is based on the PC port of the game, released on the 20th of November. Every time someone ports a console game, no matter how good it was on it’s original…

Intro Everywhere you go you hear about WoW, Lineage, Everquest, Aion or any other game with a weird name that involves going out and killing different NPC’s with the AI of a hamster until you drop. You are helped by a great sword and the entire time you’re doing this to grab another, better sword.…

The first Modern Warfare was an evolution for Call Of Duty, Infinity Ward and a lot of gamers. It’s rare to see such a polished product with so much work put into it. This proved that Call Of Duty isn’t just another WW2 FPS. Now, nearly two years later comes the sequel to the game…