Solasta: Crown of the Magister (Early Access) Review

Solasta: Crown of the MagisterTactical Adventures The physical tabletop version of Dungeons & Dragons has seen a huge resurgence in popularity in recent times, as evidenced by its high ranking Twitch.TV presence, among other things. And that’s a great thing, as it gives people an alternative to the ubiquitous and frankly more wargame’y Warhammer franchise.…

SpellForce 3: Fallen God Review

SpellForce 3: Fallen GodGrimlore Games / THQ Nordic Before stumbling across Spellforce 3 randomly, I’d never heard of the Spellforce series before. Being a real-time strategy geek, this third offering really caught my eye—with its gorgeous graphics and interesting lore. It has been almost 3 years since SpellForce 3 debuted back in December of 2017…

Sign of Silence Review

Sign of SilenceRenderise Any good horror game or film invokes a sense of isolation at some point—usually toward the beginning of the tale. This makes the protagonist(s) seem much more vulnerable and apt to get attacked by whatever malevolent forces are in the said form of media. When it comes to horror games, in particular,…

Stellaris: Necroids Species Pack Review

Stellaris: Necroids Species PackParadox Interactive Stellaris is a stellar (couldn’t help it) science fiction sandbox strategy simulator that has gotten tons of post-launch content in the form of lots of DLC and free updates. Its developer, Paradox Interactive, has recently released yet another bombshell of an expansion for their critically acclaimed grand strategy gem. The…

Ghostrunner Review

Ghostrunner505 Games / One More Level Just like games with pixilated graphics, platformers have been making a pretty decent comeback as of late. These are mainly of the 2D variety where things are more or less clear, as to where you should guide your digital avatar. 3D platformers, on the other hand, can be a…

Amnesia: Rebirth Review

Amnesia: RebirthFrictional Games Back in 2010, a little game developer called Frictional Games blew the lid off of horror game conventions with their sleeper-hit, Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Infamously, they generated thousands of YouTubers with annoyingly goofy thumbnailed videos, trying to guide people through the game in Valley Girl accents. Their ultra-conformity aside, The Dark…

Baldur’s Gate III Early Access Review

Baldur’s Gate IIILarian Studios The first Dungeons & Dragons role-playing ruleset was published back in 1974 by game designers, Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. It dramatically differed from the fantasy games that preceded it because it centered on individual characters that people created and played, rather than grand scale wargames. As Dungeons & Dragons blossomed…