Category: Reviews

‘Conan Exiles’ is a Solid Early Access Survival Title and yes… There are Dicks

Steam’s Early Access program has become synonymous with open world survival in recent years. A horde of sandbox playgrounds have eagerly stormed its gates with their own takes on crafting, survival, and community interaction. Now, whether they turn out to be playful romps or downright infuriating crusades, … Continue reading ‘Conan Exiles’ is a Solid Early Access Survival Title and yes… There are Dicks

‘TRIALS OF THE BLOOD DRAGON’ Sadly Lives Up to Neither of Its Predecessors

When Ubisoft said “available now” regarding Trials of the Blood Dragon at their E3 conference, I jumped at the chance to snag and review this for the site. Unfortunately, it wasn’t at all what was expected. Mixing these two completely independent titles — one sporting tight replayable … Continue reading ‘TRIALS OF THE BLOOD DRAGON’ Sadly Lives Up to Neither of Its Predecessors

DOOM

I dove into DOOM expecting very little. The multiplayer beta promised, what appeared to be, worn FPS mechanics and Unreal Tournament style arenas and… well, screw all of that. It felt dated and unexciting and I had no intentions of playing it. But then I was assigned … Continue reading DOOM

THE WITNESS Review: Beautiful, Perplexing, and Not for Everyone

The Witness, from Jonathan Blow and his small team at Thekla Inc., is a game that somewhat inarguably holds the potential to be boasted as the epitome of adventure and exploration, puzzle-based-games creation, allowing player interaction and understanding to drive the experience without the typical … Continue reading THE WITNESS Review: Beautiful, Perplexing, and Not for Everyone