Category:  PC

By , August 29, 2012 0

Don P. takes a tour across the Pacific Ocean in his review of Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII.

By , August 26, 2012 1

The original Darksiders took gamers by surprise in 2010, delivering a solid adventure from an unproven developer in the typically cold, barren month of January.  It was essentially a blatant Legend of Zelda rip-off that separated itself with dark fantasy,… Read More »

By , August 22, 2012 3

Don P. reviews Tower Wars, the PC game that adds some offense to the tower defense genre.

By , August 21, 2012 0

My excitement for Legends of Pegasus knew no bounds. A space 4X game with a complete single player campaign is a fantastic idea, thought I. As it neared release, the marketing focused on comparisons to Stardock’s Sins of a Solar… Read More »

By , August 20, 2012 0

There is a ridiculous sentiment floating around the gaming community that PC gaming is dead and that point and click adventure games are relics of a bygone era. Sure point and click games are about as old school as one… Read More »

By , August 17, 2012 0

The third episode sees Don and Tony discussing Sleeping Dogs, Hero Academy and Tower Wars.

By , August 16, 2012 0 reviews the Steam release of the iOS game, Hero Academy.

By , August 15, 2012 0

Music and gaming go hand in hand. Working directly with the art style, music helps to sets the mood for a game be it dark and gritty or light and uplifting. It is used to convey information, accentuate emotion, or… Read More »

By , August 14, 2012 1 reviews United Front Games’ Sleeping Dogs, the spiritual successor to the True Crime games.

By , August 8, 2012 0

The landscape for election simulators is a relatively barren one. This saddens me, for as the world’s foremost West Wing fan, I would like nothing better than to battle it out on the political scene. There are many games that… Read More »