CJ gets dragged into the world of Prison Architect, recently updated, and is absolutely captivated. Productivity is arrested as he etches his mark on the prison walls.
Lyndon challenges fate and marches to conquer the citadel of Blackguards 2, will it stand strong against his criticisms or will it fall beneath the weight of his ire?
CJ has a crack at Tengami, opening a colourful book that tells the story of one man and his destiny. The destiny involves flowers, sure, but it's a very pleasant one as far as these things go.
Our newest crew member dives into the mind of The Evil Within and faces the horrid secrets inside.
I can't really remember when the last time I played a side-scrolling beat em up was. I do know it was many years ago on
Dave returns for a second lap with GRID Autosport. After spending some more time on the track, what will Dave have to say?
Rejoice internet, for the sequel to everyone's favorite game to watch other people play is finally upon us. Will it live up to the particular flavor of horror that The Dark Descent established, or will it attempt to forge new ground? Either way, the screams will be delicious.
Foul Play tries to entertain with a good story, presented in a modernized style of old beat-em-ups. Gather ‘round to find out if it’s style over substance, or a good all-rounder that can win you over with its charm.
Paradox's latest masterpiece, Europa Universalis IV, elevates strategy gaming to a whole new level of epicness and takes its rightful place among the titans of the genre. Pulling the strings of your favourite renaissance-era country and watching the world dance to your whims is seriously satisfying.
Toe-tapping, head-bobbing rhythm based goodness. That's how Dave describes Beatbuddy, a puzzle/rhythm based game from Threaks. Join us as Dave breaks down what he likes and dislikes about the game.