BattleFleet Gothic Armada : Not everyone’s cup of Tea, but a fine Cuppa.

Reminds me of the Church , just with more elves and less singing. The campaign in itself is well written with gorgeous painting style cutscenes and very solid voice acting, the overall campaign feels very religious, and while as a follower of Jesus Christ and therefore a “believer/ religious being” i didn’t find the story offensive, however those who despise religion may find it uncomfortable. That’s not to say the God Emperor of Warhammer 40k is anything like God the

Read more

Dawn of Man : A Good Start, but its not the End

A great start, but needs work. Dawn of man is the natural progression of the game play made popular by banished, it’s a heck of a lot less boring and at points its fantastic, however for all its good points it still suffers from the same basic flaws of games of these genres, they are Ant farms, and while this particular ant farm actually needs you to do things every so often, it’s very much a wait and see similar,

Read more

JURASSIC WORLD EVOLUTION: Ant Farm with Teeth.

I Liked it, but I also didn’t. JURASSIC WORLD EVOLUTION barely qualifies as a game, in the same way banished and Anno barely qualify as games, while the latter adds at least a deep economic side,┬áJURASSIC WORLD EVOLUTION is left feeling overall like watching a massive Ant farm that occasionally pokes you to do something. What gameplay there was, is excellent, graphics and score are gorgeous and overall it’s a quality title with a wide array of tweaking possible, but

Read more

L.A. Noire : Aged like Fine Wine

Its showing its age, but showing it well. L.A. Noire is getting on in years and despite relaunch and remasters today we focus on the Pc release, it’s clearly not a cutting edge game graphic wise, but does it hold up in other areas? Watch my eyes.. they are up here. To me the game is all about the investigation elements the combat and car chases frankly bore me, as they feel unnecessary, i often use the auto drive feature

Read more

Life is Feudal: MMO vs Your Own

Two games, basically the Same. Life is Feudal games are basically the same, craft, shape the world, fight players, creatures, build things, look like a disease ridden peasant, get stuck in the landscape when you dig too deep, fall off cliffs, get stuck in landscape when you dig too deep, feel epic and powerful till you have your butt handed to you by a feral rodent.. get stuck in.. wait have i mentioned getting stuck in landscape yet? Overall the

Read more

Don’t Starve, Alone or Together!

So much alike, decided to review these together! Yes its kinda cheating but Don’t Starve series is pretty much the same game, while the together has improvement, both share a lot of the same good points, so we shall review together!. Playing Alone.. eat your cookies! Random generated maps, ability to save whenever you want, no one to steal your pine cones, Don’t starve is perfect for those who are anti social or cannot play very often, the cookie art

Read more

Savage Lands: A Decent Unity Early Access Survival Game

Lets start off.. its doomed to fail. Savage Lands is a thoroughly OK survival game it offers a fairly decent building system which is closer to The Forest than games like Ark Survival Evolved, placing down blueprints and then dropping off resources until the building is complete, crafting is simple and functional, and while character models are nothing to phone home about, they look alright for a unity project. 2 of the Major problems with Savage Lands is the Lack

Read more

Escape from Tarkov: A Second Look July 2018

I am in love. I enjoy post Apoc games, and mil-sims and this combines both in such a unique and awesome way I am unsure anything can compare to it, Dayz is a lot of fun, but the graphics feel slightly aged, 7 Days to Die has a lot of looking, but is a bit of a grind, the lobby based gameplay feels amazing, the combat is based on skill and not grind, I have begun a match with only

Read more

H1Z1 Just Survive: and it did just that

One day you will be a great man.. Just Survive has an incredibly solid foundation, while it had a rough year in 2017 it come through it technically and mechanically stronger, the combat, controls,sounds, ai, mechanics are all incredibly solid, servers still get 50-70 players on at a time, and both pve and pvp modes have active servers with various rule sets. Many of the issues i had with 2016 JS are gone, loot is no longer insanely scarce, it

Read more

Convoy : Indie Garbage at its Best

Convoy is basically Indie Garbage, and that is why I love it, I like AAA titles as much as anyone, but sometimes i just want to sit down and play a really janky looking Indie game, that oozes Indie from every cell, Convoy is one such game, the controls while working feels rather unresponsive and a few pixels off to the left on every action, the graphics are retro but very well done and overall the UI looks like its

Read more

60 Seconds : About as Long as the Fun Lasts.

60 Seconds is a good game on paper, the concept of quickly grabbing items and then surviving in a post-apocalyptic future with them is fun, the graphics are great, the game play on paper sounds amazing, the problem is….. it doesn’t actually work. I heard you like RNG, so I put some RNG in your RNG. The game relies heavily on random events, and I mean to the point you can stock up on food and a random event takes

Read more

Seeds of Resilience: Another Awful Unity Survival Game?

Feels like we have been here before. Unity Early Access Survival Games are dime a dozen and frankly they normally suck, I had yet to find a Unity Survival Game (excluding Rust) which was actually any good ,that is until now. Something New. Seeds of resilience is not your standard survival game, you don’t craft yourself grass pants and you don’t run around picking up things with E instead, it uses a turn based formula which his rather unique and

Read more
1 2 3