Tag: PC

Defenders Of Ekron Review

Not All of Ekron is Worth Defending

HIGH The early boss fights represent the game at its best.

LOW Later stages feel like a chore.

WTF Why send a soldier with the worst equipment to fight a high-tech war?


Galaxy of Pen & Paper Review

 Space…The Weekend Frontier

HIGH Depth in both mechanics and narrative…

LOW …But not enough to escape shallow first impressions.

WTF So they’re playing a tabletop RPG on a PC in the ’90s. How are they talking to each other?


Distrust Review

Emphasizing The Importance Of Coffee

HIGH Finding an adrenaline shot right as a teammate is about to die.

LOW Some occasionally unreliable pathfinding.

WTF How the hell do I use anomaly traps?


Dream Daddy Review

Daddyshack

HIGH The Dad’s relationship with Amanda is heartwarming and authentic.

LOW The second date with “Fitness Dad” Craig outstays its welcome and is confusing to begin with.

WTF Fix that Garg!


Observer Review

We’ll Remember That For You, Whether You Want It Or Not

HIGH Taking my first trip inside someone’s subconscious.

LOW Spending twenty minutes getting killed by a Cybogre over and over again.

WTF This is the second game I’ve played this week set in 2084. We get it. You like Orwell.


Morrowind and The Memory Stone

Andrew King extolls the virtues of The Memory Stone — a wonderful quest tucked away inside Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind. Read on and see why sometimes leaving “the fun” hidden is the best decision a director can make.