Don P. takes a tour across the Pacific Ocean in his review of Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII.
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 »
Don P. reviews Tower Wars, the PC game that adds some offense to the tower defense genre.
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 »
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 »
The third episode sees Don and Tony discussing Sleeping Dogs, Hero Academy and Tower Wars.
Vagary.tv reviews the Steam release of the iOS game, Hero Academy.
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 »
Vagary.tv reviews United Front Games’ Sleeping Dogs, the spiritual successor to the True Crime games.