PC Reviews

3/5
Review: Medal of Honor: Warfighter (, , )
October 30, 2012 -

Don takes a look at EA’s big first-person shooter of the year, Medal of Honor: Warfighter.

3/5
PC Review: A Game of Dwarves ()
October 30, 2012 -

A Game of Dwarves is a clan management game, where you as Prince Tonar (well, you can be whatever prince you like; I was Prince Tonar) lead your group of dwarves as the build a society by digging deep into the earth. You’ll order dwarves to grow plants for food, guard key positions, build decorations, food and workstations to keep your people happy, and to, of course, dig into the earth

4/5
Review: Retro City Rampage (, , , , )
October 26, 2012 -

 The best way to sum up developer Vblank’s Retro City Rampage is that it’s an 8 bit Grand Theft Auto… Read More »

4/5
Review: Port Royale 3 (, , )
October 25, 2012 -

A game like Port Royale that appeals to both commerce moguls and naval warfare aficionados is incredibly rare. If you’ve ever had the urge to be a pirate, or if you’ve had the urge to buy everything in the world (and more), Port Republic 3 is the game for you.

2/5
Review: 007 Legends (, , )
October 23, 2012 -

Don reviews the 007 movie mash-up, 007 Legends.

4/5
Review: Dishonored (, , )
October 19, 2012 -

You are Corvo, the Lord Protector. Framed for the murder of the Empress and the disappearance of the heir to… Read More »

4/5
Review: XCOM: Enemy Unknown (, , )
October 18, 2012 -

Don reviews Firaxis Games’ latest release, XCOM: Enemy Unknown.

4/5
PC Review: War of the Roses ()
October 17, 2012 -

War of the Roses is offering something you simply can’t get anywhere else. That’s well worth a little patience while balance gets tweaked about. If you’re willing to put in the time to overcome the steep skill curve, the game returns a satisfyingly visceral experience that is more than worth your $30.

4/5
PC Review: New Star Soccer 5 ()
October 12, 2012 -

Don reviews the recent Steam release, New Star Soccer 5.

4/5
PC Review: Hearts of Iron 3: Their Finest Hour ()
October 12, 2012 -

In an effort to inject new life into a game which is now several years old, the new expansion add several subtle tweaks to the franchise’s engine, some new interface elements, elite units, landing craft, and a couple of new scenarios. Were I to have stopped there, I couldn’t blame you for having been slightly disappointed. For a $20 expansion, that doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of content. Thankfully, the expansion also includes a feature that may very well change the face of grand strategy gaming as we know it: the Battle Plan Editor.