Star Fox Review: Does the SNES Original Still Play as Well?
Star Fox Zero should be on its way any day now and promises to offer some sort of a reboot or reimagining of the original game that was released on the SNES oh so many years ago. Having already been delayed from its initial launch date in November 2015, the game will hopefully be a return to form for the ailing series, which has experienced a number of mishaps since its early days.
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak Review: A Worthy New Entry To The Homeworld Series
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak is a worthy successor of the famous Homeworld video game series. One of the best RTS titles of this year. Beautiful graphics, excellent story, and lengthy campaign will keep you interested for a long time.
Far Cry Review: Does The Original Still Hold Up
The Far Cry series has experienced a rather interesting evolution since the original game came out in 2004. Crytek’s shooter astounded players with its open-ended environments and stunning graphics before the developers moved on to create the Crysis games later on.
Darkest Dungeon Review: No Retreat, No Surrender!
Darkest Dungeon, a hard and painful journey across the dark will make you laugh, cry, and everything in between while you fight the undead hordes and keep your heroes sane at the same time. A rewarding game that you’ll end up loving even though it will try to destroy every single bit of your persistence and patience.