Posts Tagged ‘PC Exclusive’

Review: The Colonists

by Sara Basmaon November 2, 2018
The Colonists is a modern strategy game that takes place in the 21’st century where outrageous improvements have been made in the field of robotics. You play as self-aware printable- cute- robots who are fed up of serving humans and decide to colonize a habitable planet. It has a single-player, co-op, multiplayer and free to […]

Review: Frozen Synapse 2

by Mazen Abdallahon October 5, 2018
Frozen Synapse was a title that was pretty successful in its right, but I feel flew under the radar for a lot of people. That’s a damn shame, too, because it was a great title. The idea was that you’d guide squads of soldiers though tactical situations and give them sets of instructions. After giving […]

Review: Molecats

by Mazen Abdallahon September 14, 2018
Usually, puzzle games are very static affairs. You shuffle around pieces and try and get to the solution by figuring out how it all fits together. Otherwise, you have games like puzzle platformers, where you move around and try and interact with the pieces. Other times there’s a fun mix; a game where the parts […]


Review: Regular Human Basketball

by Mazen Abdallahon September 9, 2018
One of my favourite things about gaming is the fact that it brings us together. Gaming can be a very social experience, and games often unite us in that experience. We sit around the TV or meet up online and we tackle the objectives together. The co-op has always been a very big part of […]

Review: Two Point Hospital

by Nazih Fareson September 7, 2018
Earlier this year, a little studio know as Two Point Studio surprised us with the reveal of their brand new project, a genre that hasn’t been seen for quite a while since Theme Hospital in 1997, also known as a Sim Hospital game. Announced as Two Point Hospital, the developers are all ex-Bullfrog and Lionhead […]

Review: Aggelos

by Mazen Abdallahon August 8, 2018
Ah, the retro platformer. Once a mainstay of the indie world, it has now become much less common. Indie gaming has spread its wings and new tools like Unity enable smaller studios to make bigger and more elaborate (albeit fundamentally simple) games. Now, I’ve always regarded retro platformers with a measure of suspicion. I mean, […]


Review: Gray Dawn

by Mazen Abdallahon June 19, 2018
Priests have gotten a pretty bad rap for the past couple of decades, and it’s hard to remember that they’re men who have pledged their lives to serve God and protecting people. It’s so hard to remember that sometimes the priests themselves forget whether they’re the bad guys or the good guys. That’s the case […]

Review: Ion Maiden

by Mazen Abdallahon May 21, 2018
Gaming has evolved a lot over the past few decades, and in the process, a lot of genres have changed around, both because of player demand and new trends. The first person shooter has definitely experienced this, and we’ve seen it change around from a predominantly linear experience where multiplayer is a bonus to a […]

Review: Cologne

by Mazen Abdallahon May 21, 2018
Futuristic racers are making a big comeback now, and Cologne is the latest in a series of titles that want to bring back the ol’ F-Zero vibe to racing games. Cologne is more stripped down, however, having more in common with arcade titles you can play on your phone than fully fledged racers. However, arcade […]


Review: Frostpunk

by Luciano Rahalon April 28, 2018
Humanity has fallen and in the blink of extinction, you are its last hope as the rule of the only remaining city in this post-apocalyptic frozen world. Frostpunk is the latest release from 11 Bit Studios, a developer that is no stranger to strategy games with their award-winning game Anomaly: Warzone Earth. You set off […]