PC, Reviews

Sword Legacy Omen is an enjoyable budget tactics game set in pre-Arthurian times

Sword Legacy Omen is the newest attempt at borrowing the tactical gameplay that made the XCOM, Jagged Alliance, Shadowrun, The Banner Saga series so much fun and applying it to another theme. This time, we’re joining up with King Arthur’s dad Uther during his younger days, as he fought to reunite with his merry band… Continue reading Sword Legacy Omen is an enjoyable budget tactics game set in pre-Arthurian times

PC, PS4, Reviews, Switch

The Gardens Between is a breezy time travelling journey that’s well worth taking

Games that reward your time are few and far between nowadays. With a mountain of grind-heavy collect-a-ton experiences out there, so when a short but extremely sweet game like The Gardens Between comes along, it’s bound to raise some eyebrows. It’s a puzzler that plays with time travelling and doesn’t go too out of its… Continue reading The Gardens Between is a breezy time travelling journey that’s well worth taking

New Releases, PC, Reviews

Graveyard Keeper – Bring Up the Bodies

There’s an old Monty Python sketch I’ve always enjoyed, that I thought of while playing Graveyard Keeper. Four pallbearers in traditional attire are carrying a coffin on their shoulders up a steep hill. It is hard work. Suddenly, one of the pallbearers staggers and passes out. The other three slowly set the coffin down, open… Continue reading Graveyard Keeper – Bring Up the Bodies

PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition is a great pick up for console RPG aficionados

Translating tailor-made computer games to consoles is a difficult task, as the many attempts to bring those tried and true titles to another platform over the years that have turned out to be less than stellar can attest to. So it comes as a big surprise that Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin 2 made such… Continue reading Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition is a great pick up for console RPG aficionados

PC, Reviews

Phantom Doctrine might be hard to declassify, but it’s worth investigating    

One of the best parts of living -- and in my case, growing up -- during the end portion of the Cold War was getting to experience all of the related entertainment media that came out at that time. The spy fever took a long while to cool off, and even in the years following… Continue reading Phantom Doctrine might be hard to declassify, but it’s worth investigating    

PC, PS Vita, PS4, Reviews, Switch, XONE

Set your sails to a great action JRPG experience in Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana  

Finding a good JRPG to play nowadays isn’t as easy as one would imagine. Although there’s no drought of games to dive into, it’s still relatively hard to find a franchise to stick to. Especially one that consistently puts out quality entries, games that are not only fun, but also give enough reason to keep… Continue reading Set your sails to a great action JRPG experience in Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana  

PC, Reviews

Episode 1: Austin is a problematic, but still promising start to Destination Primus Vita  

Destination Primus Vita was touted as one big project made by ex Ubisoft developers, an FPS adventure series with an ambitious script. It revolves around saving humanity and restoring Earth’s most precious element that was stolen by an invading alien race. After having played its premiere episode, titled after the protagonist Austin, one of the… Continue reading Episode 1: Austin is a problematic, but still promising start to Destination Primus Vita