Posts Tagged ‘Focus Home Interactive’

Review: Vampyr

by Mazen Abdallahon June 5, 2018
Ah Vampires. Out of all the horror movie villains (or anti-heroes), they’re the ones that seem to get reinvented the most (or is that zombies?) We’ve seen every imaginable take on vampires, and I think it’s because the vampire is often seen as an outcast, but a dangerous one at that. So, on the one […]

Review: The Surge

by Mazen Abdallahon May 31, 2017
Oh Dark Souls, we’ll miss you. With Dark Souls 3’s last DLC releasing a couple weeks back, From Software closed the book on its legendary RPG/Controller Breaking Machine. Don’t worry though, because a handful of other games are stepping up to fill the immense armored shoes left behind by the series. The most recent member […]

Review: Styx: Shards of Darkness

by Muhammed Al Bukharyon March 20, 2017
Donning the identity of a mischievous, dry joke cracking and cringe-y one-liner uttering Goblin thief never felt as hilarious as this. Styx emerged out of nowhere in 2014 exhibiting surprisingly addictive and fun stealth mechanics and introduced us to our loudmouth anti-hero green Goblin: Styx. The fact that he is brimming with unique personality has […]


Review: Seasons after Fall

by Mazen Abdallahon September 8, 2016
I grew up reading a lot of picture books, and many of the stories stayed with me throughout my life. The colorful illustrations brought the characters to life, and the simple stories often had elements of real truth to them. So, I have a soft spot for woodland creatures exploring enchanted forests. Thus, when I […]

Review: Battlefleet Gothic: Armada

by Nazih Fareson May 6, 2016
It’s been 10,000 years that the holy armies of the immortal Emperor protect a threatened galaxy from the forces of Eldar Pirates, Ork Freebooters and a massive Chaos fleet. The story fall upon the Gothic era, a fifty worlds under the thumb of an imperial army harassed constantly between rebellion, acts of piracy and frontal assaults. […]

Review: Blood Bowl II

by Nazih Fareson February 1, 2016
Six long years have passed since the original Blood Bowl, the adaptation of the board game created by Games Workshop in the 1980s. From its link of the cutthroat world of American football and the bloody Warhammer was born a perfect archetypal niche game: faithful to the original material, roughly solid, but heavy with a dose of incorrigible […]