Posts Tagged ‘pc’

Review: Civilization VI on Nintendo Switch

by Nazih Fareson November 29, 2018
Two years after its release on the PC, Civilization VI finally makes its move to console, and while most of you expected the “stronger” machine, it’s not the case. A port that I personally don’t see as a surprise, Civilization VI on Nintendo Switch makes total sense, but there’s always a worry on the front of quality […]

Review: Dragon Quest XI: Echoes Of An Elusive Age

by Mazen Abdallahon September 16, 2018
The JRPG is a genre which has probably had the hardest time in the era of modern gaming. As tastes evolve and kids flock to the new big thing, classic genres have been forced to adapt and evolve. Gameplay systems like turn-based combat seem antiquated now, and the storylines of JRPGs feel a bit restrictive […]

Review: Shadow of the Tomb Raider

by Nazih Fareson September 13, 2018
After a rather successful reboot of the Tomb Raider saga in 2013, influenced by the Uncharted franchise, Square Enix went with an entire trilogy approach of Lara Croft’s origin story. Two years after the Rise of the Tomb Raider, the second opus in the trilogy (reviewed on our site by Luciano Rahal), the task of […]


Review: The Spectrum Retreat

by Mazen Abdallahon August 20, 2018
When Portal dropped way back when even Valve had no idea it would be such a big hit. Most of the time if you’re in first-person in a game you’re wielding a gun, but Portal introduced us to the idea that you could be in first-person and do stuff that didn’t involve violence, like solve […]

Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

by Mazen Abdallahon April 13, 2018
Editor’s Note: Month after the game’s original release and our review on PC, this piece has been updated following the release of the game on Xbox One, as well as the content updates that are available to all which reflects on the overall score, and final verdict. While Xbox One players had previously been deprived of […]

Review: The Darkside Detective

by Nazih Fareson February 18, 2018
Born during a Game Jam Project in November 2014, “The Darkside Detective” project took a mere 8 hours of development by Paul Conway and Christopher Colston, catching the attention of the indie media outlets, praising its potential. And so this admiration by the press incited the the team to go into production mode – under […]


Review: Civilization VI: Rise and Fall

by Nazih Fareson February 7, 2018
Released almost a year and a half ago and well received by the press (including us), Civilization VI is finally getting its first expansion this month called Rise and Fall. Aiming introduce new features such as new ages, a loyalty and governor system, as well as enriching the game with new civilizations. Will this expansion […]

Review: Beat the Game

by Mazen Abdallahon December 3, 2017
Artistic titles are always a tough sell for me. On the one hand, I applaud the effort to take the medium of gaming into the realm of art and culture. On the other hand, these games often fall short in terms of game mechanics, becoming little more than interactive tools. So Beat The Game has […]

Review: Last Day of June

by Luciano Rahalon October 2, 2017
Having superpowers is one of humanity’s biggest desires, traveling through time is one of them. The notion of being able to revisit time has been the fire starter for many fictional stories. I mean let us face it, who amongst us did not wish to go back in time to fix painful memories. This is […]


Review: Resident Evil: Revelations

by Nazih Fareson September 21, 2017
It was 2012 when Resident Evil: Revelations was released, a survival horror experience on the simplest device at that time (Nintendo 3DS), which weirdly enough delighted fans after the strange turn of direction taken by the franchise since Resident Evil 5. Acclaimed by the press, released between the amazing Resident Evil 4 and the fifth […]