Reviews

Review: Observation

Developer: No CodePublisher: Devolver Digital Release: May 21stOn: WindowsFrom: Epic Games StoreFor: £20/$25 I can’t consider one other game that has so rapidly made me care a lot. I’m gazing Emma Fisher, adrift in zero gravity after (one other) unknown…

Review – Thea 2: The Shattering

Developer: MuHa GamesPublisher: MuHa Games Release: Out nowOn: WindowsFrom: Steam GOGFor: £20/$25/€22 God doesn’t play cube with the universe, I as soon as learn on a Mini Milk stick, however Thea 2’s pantheon of Slavic-inspired deities appear properly up for…

Review – Surviving Mars: Green Planet

Developer: Haemimont GamesPublisher: Paradox Interactive Release: Out nowOn: WindowsFrom: SteamFor: £15.50/$20/€20 I’m trapped on Mars, and it’s getting chilly. Despite the reflective sheeting I’ve hung as much as insulate my workspace, evening has lengthy since fallen, and the warmth is…

Review – Total War: Three Kingdoms

Developer: Creative AssemblyPublisher: Sega Release: May 23On: WindowsFrom: Steam, HumbleFor: £45/$60/€60 My eldest son died horribly on the Battle of Yangzhou in 198 CE. Cao Ang led a small retinue in General Xiahou Yuan’s military. Xiahou’s military was the perfect…

Review: Rage 2

Developer: id Software, Avalanche StudiosPublisher: Bethesda Softworks Release: Out nowOn: WindowsFrom: SteamFor: £60/$80/€80 Watson Whoopinkoff and Flitwick Mcdimbledick are in an altercation. They’re sporting the identical (principally lack of) garments, and have each taken affront to this. We’re in a…

Review: Astrologaster

Developer: NyamnyamPublisher: Nyamnyam Release: Out nowOn: Windows/MacFrom: SteamPrice: £10/$10/€10 Dramatic irony: the videogame. That’s mainly what you’ve bought in Astrologaster. It’s a choose-your-own-tragicomedy set in Elizabethan England, the place you play an astrologist and “doctor of physik” known as Simon…

Review – A Plague Tale: Innocence

Developer: Asobo StudioPublisher: Focus Home Interactive Release: Out nowOn: WindowsFrom: Steam, HumblePrice: £40/$45/€45 I’m famously not a fan of youngsters in video games, as a result of I feel they principally dead-eyed haunted dolls which are used as low-cost, empty…

Review: Yakuza Kiwami 2

Developer: SegaPublisher: Sega Release: Out nowOn: WindowsFrom: SteamPrice: £25/$30/€30 The very first thing you do in Yakuza Kiwami 2 is stroll via a graveyard. As caring dad hero, Kiryu, you’re visiting the resting place of those that died on the…

Review – Rise Of Industry

I’ve spent some time making an attempt to assume my manner spherical this, however there’s no manner I can discuss Rise Of Industry with out discussing its intro cinematic. Or extra particularly, the voice that narrates it. “For an enterprising…
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