Category Archives: Reviews

Starfield Review: A Galactic Letdown

Here we are five months after the release of Starfield, but I just finished my review. This delay is because Starfield has been a significant slog to get through. Simply put, over my 100+ hours, there have been a handful of excellent moments mixed with a whole universe saturated by shallow and bland content. If you can’t tell already, this review isn’t going to be very favorable. Continue reading Starfield Review: A Galactic Letdown

Shadow Gambit : The Cursed Crew PC Review


Developer Mimimi Games has given us some excellent games, such as 2016’s Shadow Tactics and 2020’s Desperados III. Mimimi’s next game is finally here: Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew. I actually played through Desperados III and all its DLC right before playing Shadow Gambit, so it’s nice to be able to make a fresh comparison. How well does it stack up to the previous games? Let’s find out. Continue reading Shadow Gambit : The Cursed Crew PC Review

Diablo IV Review: A Homecoming

It was June 2000. I was seventeen years old. School just got out for the summer. Then Diablo II unleashed upon the PC gaming world. My dear dad (rest his soul) generously bought several copies of the game for my friends and me. We spent the summer having LAN parties at my house, trying to overcome evil, one mouse click at a time. Those were the days. Continue reading Diablo IV Review: A Homecoming

Hi-Fi Rush PC Review

So, Hi-Fi Rush just shadow dropped out of nowhere, with little to no marketing behind it. It just kind of released. Developed by Tango Gameworks the studio behind The Evil Within, The Evil Within 2 and Ghostwire Tokyo, comes this surprise. Is it worth it? Well, I’ve finished the campaign, and then some, which took me around 13 hours and here are my thoughts.  Continue reading Hi-Fi Rush PC Review

Dwarf Fortress Premium PC Review

Dwarf Fortress has been around since 2006 and I’ve actually been wanting to try it for years, but the ASCII visuals combined with the complexity of the game was somewhat of a deterrent. Although I did consider using a skin pack, I never got around to actually playing it. To my surprise though, a Steam premium version was released with mouse control, a UI and a visual overhaul, so this seemed like a perfect opportunity for me to finally try the game. Continue reading Dwarf Fortress Premium PC Review

Crisis Core FFVII Reunion PC Review: Zany Zack Fun

In the first ten minutes of this remastered Crisis Core, I somersaulted onto a train, dodged bullets, slashed a behemoth to pieces, and clashed swords with the infamous Sephiroth. This game knows how to have absurd and quirky fun from start to finish. What a joyous contrast to so many ‘mature’ games of this age, a palette cleanser for all those preachy games. Continue reading Crisis Core FFVII Reunion PC Review: Zany Zack Fun