All Reviews

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Empire Of Sin – Review

The ’20s have finally rolled around again so it’s the perfect time to bust out the tailored suits and Jazz music. Unfortunately, most of us have been stuck inside since the start of 2020. A minor setback, but it has definitely hampered our ability to go out and start an

6

Port Royale 4: Buccaneers DLC – Review

Port Royal 4 is a strategy civilization game based around keeping your country alive, however, the newly added DLC Buccaneers allows you to become pirates, allowing you to pillage and adds more content to the already pretty expansive base game. Developed by Gaming Minds Studio and released on the 21st

9

Oddworld: Soulstorm – Review

Oddworld: Soulstorm, developed by Oddworld Inhabitants is the newest installment of the Oddworld series and a re-imagining of Abe’s Exoddus. Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee was I believe the very first PlayStation game I ever owned when I got a PS1 for my birthday in 1997. As mentioned earlier this is the

8.5

Bladed Fury – Review

‘Bladed Fury’ published and developed by NEXT Studios (another Tencent studio might I add), is certainly not inventing the wheel but with its simplistic hack and slash qualities and manageable RPG elements is certainly a dang good time. In a feudal China, warring dynasties fight for power, and dark magic

8

Spacebase Startopia – Review

Have you ever had the dream of colonizing an international space doughnut? Of course, you have! “Spacebase Startopia” is here to scratch that itch, that is until Elon Musk, inevitably launches his own international space doughnut that is open to the public. That may take a while, but Kalypso’s “Spacebase

9

Two Point Hospital: Jumbo Edition – Review

Do you feel like you’re prematurely mummifying? Are you concerned about your “denim genes”? Heck, maybe you’ve got “turtle head”? Well, don’t you worry anymore, folks, because Two Point Hospital is here to help. With a staff that is the best-in-class…well, mostly… Two Point Hospital is going to make sure

6

Roundguard – Review

Oh my, what is this? A whacky, rogue-like, dungeon-crawling pinball machine with RPG elements? I’m not going to lie, folks, I was pretty excited to give this a go as I love a good dungeon-crawling RPG, but the pinball element both threw and intrigued me. Brought to us by Wonderbelly

7.5

DungeonTop (Nintendo Switch) – Review

DungeonTop is a strategic deck-building, dungeon-crawling card game, where you adventure room by room, battling monsters and finding treasures, in the hopes to accumulate enough wealth to then expand your deck. Very simple. However, at the same time, it’s really not that simple. In fact, this game is anything BUT

8

John Wick Hex (Xbox One) – Review

Keanu Reeves. Even the name of this actor should have competing developers shaking in their whittle booties. Anything this superstar touches lately turns automatically to gold. Bithell Games have teamed up with the popular franchise and have given you John Wick in his prime as an action, strategy game. “John

8

Pikmin 3 Deluxe – Review

Pikmin 3 Deluxe is Nintendo’s latest creation to be ported from an older system into the newer gaming age. Having been released on the Wii U in 2013, Nintendo obviously believed that Pikmin 3 was enough fun that it could only benefit the newer hybrid gaming style of the Switch.

5

Transformers: Battlegrounds – Review

Ever wonder what it would be like to command an Autobot or Decepticon fleet to fight the opposing forces? Well in Transformers Battlegrounds you can do just that! Developed by Coatsink and published by Outright Games, this Transformers game is like no other. Coatsink has bought us the first-ever turn-based

8

RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition – Review

I’m back for another review, though this time it’s on the Switch with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition, a construction and management simulation video game, published under the Frontier Foundry games label. It’s been awhile since I’ve played a simulation game besides The Sims, which usually ended with sadistic laughing

5

Port Royale 4 – Review

Developed by Gaming Minds Studio and published by Kalypso Media, ‘Port Royale 4’ is available on Xbox, PS4, PC and Switch and will take players back to the 17th century of swashbuckling on the seven seas. Port Royale 4 is an ‘Age of Sailing’ economic and management sim, set in

9

Party Hard 2 – Review

You just want to sleep, I feel that more than anyone and I can totally understand that driving someone to a mass spree of murder. “Party Hard 2” is just that, one person’s journey into madness as the party scene destroys his life. I have never played the first ‘’Party

8

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars – Review

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars is a turn-based strategy game developed by Palindrome Interactive and published by Kalypso Media. This game is very reminiscent of the old ‘Warcraft’ games and ‘Age of Empires’, in certain ways at least. What I was even more surprised by was how much the combat reminded

10

Iron Harvest 1920+ – Review

We have experienced and played all types of games, T.V. Shows and Movies with alternative histories, but ‘Iron Harvest’ brings something different. In an alternative reality set in 1920, it’s the end of the Great War where technology and history took a different turn towards diesel-punk technology and the use

8

Wasteland 3 – Review

Published by Deep Silver and developed by inXile Entertainment, in Wasteland 3, you take command of a squad of Desert Rangers, lawmen and women in a post-nuclear world, trying to rebuild society from the ashes. More than a century after the bombs fell, you’re fighting a losing battle to keep

8

Dungeons 3: Complete Collection – Review

Dungeons III launched way back in 2017 but now we’ve got the release of Dungeons III: Complete Collection. Developed by Realmforge Studios and published by Kalypso Media, Dungeons III: Complete Collection is a dungeon building real-time strategy game. The complete collection comes with the base game and all DLC. That’s

9

Do Not Feed The Monkeys – Review

Published by Alowar Premium and developed by Fictiorama Studios, Do Not Feed the Monkeys is voyeurism simulator that puts players in the shoes of a spy who monitors various live video feeds through an in-game desktop computer. Players will have to observe the actions and behaviours and listen to conversations

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