Category Archives: Reviews

Review: Planet Zoo

Planet Zoo was made by Frontier Developments, the very same people who have brought us the nostalgia-filled Rollercoaster Tycoon games in the past, as well as the more recent Jurassic Parc Evolution. This means the developers are no strangers to building a management sim type game, and it shows. Planet Zoo might be their best one to date. In Planet

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Review: Icewind Dale, PlaneScape Torment and Baldur’s Gate (II) Enhanced Edition

Icewind Dale, PlaneScape: Torment and both Baldur’s Gate games. This simple sentence sums up the backbone of the RPG gaming genre as a whole. These classic pen-and-paper style PC games have now been remastered and even released on consoles. This has provided us the perfect opportunity to delve into the lands of Faerûn once more. The patented Dungeons and Dragons

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Review: The Outer Worlds

With The Outer Worlds, Obsidian Entertainment delivers its first RPG in years. The developer takes what it has learned from working on titles like Fallout: New Vegas and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and has created something completely fresh from there. It is the Fallout game you have always wanted, bug free. Veteran RPG players will recognise many

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Review: WWE 2K20

We have to admit, last year’s WWE 2K19 raised the bar quite a bit for the franchise as a whole. We were curious to see how the new game would hold up with Visual Concepts at the helm, instead of the Department of Yuke’s. Does Visual Concepts succeed in making WWE 2K20 better than its predecessor or is the game

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Review: Close to the Sun

Close to the Sun gives us an in-depth look into an alternate course of history where every one of famous scientist Nikola Tesla’s overly-ambitious and sometimes dangerous inventions have actually come to fruition. The game itself can get a little repetitive at times, but there is no arguing with its sublime Rapture-esque atmosphere.  Players get in the skin of Rose,

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