Wreckfest Review – Totally Wreck-tastic Fun

Wreckfest Bugbear/THQ Nordic In all honesty, Bugbear’s new smash-em-up, Wreckfest, hit me (no pun intended) out of nowhere. Which is ironic because since playing and subsequently shelving modern racers such as Forza 7 (blah) and Project Cars 2 (blah X 10), I’d pretty much given up on finding a racing game worth spending time on.…

Antigraviator Review – A Decent Zero G Tribute

Antigraviator Cybernetic Walrus/Iceberg Interactive Zero G racers weren’t ever really a huge thing, but they certainly had their very own subgenre (of the racing genre) firmly in place back in the 90s. Chief among those were F-Zero and the WipeOut series. Personally, I preferred WipeOut as I thought it was more immersive, had better visuals,…

Ancestors: Legacy Review – Fast Action Mixed With Decent Depth

Ancestors: Legacy Destructive Creations The original Company of Heroes was one of my all-time favorite real-time strategy games. The ability to micro-manage smaller groups of units, and engage in tactical battles across sprawling maps was a perfect combination. Unfortunately, its sequel more or less sucked. Ever since those hallowed days of yore, when we strategy…