To gamers of a certain age and bent, Strider Hiryu is one of the great heroes of gaming past.
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.
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.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – Freedom Cry DLC Review
Freedom Cry is the first (and perhaps only, if the Season Pass description is anything to go by) bit of single player DLC for the well-received Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
World of Warplanes Review
Everyone knows about World of Tanks, it helped thrust Wargaming into the mainstream with its attention to detail and tactical online tank battles.
The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 1 – All That Remains Review
This review contains at least one honking great spoiler for The Walking Dead Season 1.
Crusader Kings II Sons of Abraham DLC Review
In Sons of Abraham, the latest and most religious add-on to appear for Crusader Kings II, it’s possible for the son or daughter of your ruler to turn out to be the spawn of Satan.
SteamWorld Dig Review
SteamWorld Dig has a slightly weird comparison to Terraria in its little digital store page summary, which might give some people the wrong idea about the game.
Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse – Episode One Review
If you charted the quality of the Broken Sword series on a graph, with quality on the vertical axis and the games themselves on the horizontal axis, you’d get something that looks like the far side of a rather big hill.
I’m going to try to talk Paul and Peter into instituting a new rule.
Deadfall Adventures Review
Deadfall Adventures bills itself as an homage to the pulp action-adventure stories found in the magazines of the 1920s to 1950s.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3: Full Burst Review
Let’s do a quick word association thing. I’m going to type out a few words, and we’ll see how you respond.