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BattleBlock Theater PC Review

While they’re still just a trickle amidst the gushing tap of game releases, semi-reactive narrators have managed to top up a couple of titles in memorable fashion.

By Peter Parrish | 14 May 2014 | Comments Off

Bound by Flame Review

Bound By Flame offers everything we have come to expect from western RPGs – skill trees, customisable equipment, fast-paced combat – and beards.

By Andrew May | 9 May 2014 | 9

Child of Light Review

If there’s one concrete thing I can say about Child of Light, it’s this: be very, very glad the rest of the IncGamers staff talked me out of writing a review written in rhyme.

By Tim McDonald | 30 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Daylight Review

I’m not really sure which horror film was the first to use ‘audience reaction shots’ in its marketing, but the technique was being deployed as early as this 1981 teaser for Cronenberg’s Scanners.

By Peter Parrish | 29 Apr 2014 | 2

Dark Souls 2 Review

The consensus on where Dark Souls 2 sits in the Souls lineage is not going to be established by this review.

By Peter Parrish | 24 Apr 2014 | 8

Trials Fusion Review

The quintessential Trials moment comes just after a mistimed jump which has left the angle of an obstacle wedged between your front and back tire.

By Peter Parrish | 23 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse – Episode Two Review

Back when I looked at the first episode of Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse, I was reasonably impressed.

By Tim McDonald | 22 Apr 2014 | 3

War of the Vikings Review

Fatshark’s War of the Vikings has been in Steam’s Early Access system since at least October of last year (when IncGamers first previewed the game and dubbed it War of the Horny Hairy Blood Men.) That’s a good six months of testing, iterating and responding to the thoughts and play-testing of the community, many of whom made the jump from previous Fatshark title War of the Roses.

By Peter Parrish | 17 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Moebius: Empire Rising Review

There’s something satisfyingly fitting about the fact that Jane Jensen’s first point-and-click adventure since the regularly delayed Gray Matter is Moebius, because in a lot of ways, it’s a call back to her own beginnings.

By Tim McDonald | 16 Apr 2014 | 2

The Wolf Among Us Episode 3: A Crooked Mile Review

Ooh, ooh! Can I once again spend the first few paragraphs of this review complaining that episodic games are a bitch to review, because after the first episode you’ve basically covered everything mechanically so all you’re left with is story, and you can’t talk about that without spoiling it?

By Tim McDonald | 10 Apr 2014 | Comments Off

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls Review

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls wouldn’t have been quite so highly anticipated if it hadn’t been for the fact that the original Diablo 3 was a broken game with a terrible loot system and an unwelcome auction house.

By Paul Younger | 9 Apr 2014 | 6

Shannon Tweed’s Attack of the Groupies Review / Playthrough

Well, there’s one bit of genius for you. If you’re going to release a game as patently ridiculous as Shannon Tweed’s Attack of the Groupies, you might as well release it on April 1st.

By Tim McDonald | 4 Apr 2014 | 9

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Cloudbuilt Review

Cloudbuilt is one of the most difficult games I’ve ever played.

By Peter Parrish | 31 Mar 2014 | Comments Off

Age of Wonders 3 Review

For a long time I’ve been fondly playing Age of Wonders II Shadow Magic, so during my games with Age of Wonders 3 I couldn’t help comparing it to it’s previous title through a microscope and my rose-tinted glasses.

By David Reid | 27 Mar 2014 | 1

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BioShock Infinite Burial at Sea Part 2 DLC Review

The concluding part of BioShock Infinite’s Burial at Sea DLC is more than just a finale for this title.

By Peter Parrish | 25 Mar 2014 | 2

Deus Ex: The Fall Review

Deus Ex: The Fall has managed something that’s bordering on the impossible.

By Tim McDonald | 24 Mar 2014 | 3

Luftrausers Review

For such a tiny, simple game, there’s an awful lot to say about Luftrausers.

By Tim McDonald | 20 Mar 2014 | 1

Titanfall Review

Regular readers will know from my launch impressions piece that this review was meant to be a joint work between the three of us.

By Tim McDonald | 17 Mar 2014 | 7

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Tower of Guns Review

What’s your favourite tower? Is it Tower Bridge? Maybe it’s Leonard Cohen’s “Tower of Song”?

By Peter Parrish | 14 Mar 2014 | Comments Off

The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 2 – A House Divided Review

Tension is the word of the episode for this latest installment of The Walking Dead.

By Peter Parrish | 6 Mar 2014 | 3

South Park: The Stick of Truth Review

One simple question: do you want to play through a really lengthy episode of South Park?

By Tim McDonald | 4 Mar 2014 | 10

Thief Review

As a long-time fan of the Thief series, I’ve spent the last couple of years watching Eidos Montreal handling the license with all the apparent grace and judgment of a drunken juggler.

By Peter Parrish | 3 Mar 2014 | 15

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Strider Review

To gamers of a certain age and bent, Strider Hiryu is one of the great heroes of gaming past.

By Tim McDonald | 27 Feb 2014 | Comments Off

Banished Review

When I spoke to Luke Hodorowicz of Shining Rock Software last year I was super excited for Banished, not least because Luke was obviously a developer really passionate about his game and the city building genre.

By Paul Younger | 17 Feb 2014 | 12

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The Wolf Among Us Episode 2 Review

How bloody long? Nearly four months. Four months between episodes. That’s a hell of a long time, Telltale.

By Tim McDonald | 5 Feb 2014 | 5

Loadout Review

Back in the 90s, shooters were all the rage. They were fast and furious, with none of the slower, sneaky, stealthy, cover-based gameplay of today’s modern shooters.

By Paul Younger | 4 Feb 2014 | 4

Europa Universalis IV Conquest of Paradise DLC Review

It won’t come as a surprise to anybody who saw my picks of 2013 that I spend a fair amount of time messing about in Europa Universalis IV.

By Peter Parrish | 24 Jan 2014 | Comments Off

Might & Magic X: Legacy Review

If you listened to the podcast then I apologise for going over old ground, but I want to tell you the story of my first experience with Might & Magic X: Legacy.

By Tim McDonald | 23 Jan 2014 | 1

KickBeat Steam Edition Review

It’s fair to say I have a history with rhythm-action games.

By Tim McDonald | 17 Jan 2014 | 1

Broken Age: Act One Review

There is one thing that Double Fine do better than pretty much anyone else in the games industry, and that’s write children and adolescents.

By Tim McDonald | 16 Jan 2014 | Comments Off