PC / Steam Stories

Destiny 2: Electric Boogaloo

So yesterday at 10am PST we got the full reveal trailer, and man what a hell of a reveal it was. The last city has been stomped by the Cabal and their leader Ghaul (Gary), and we have had to retreat from the city losing pretty much everything in the process. If that...

HOMEBOUND Review (PC VR)

It seems to me that nothing good ever comes from being in outer space. Whether you’re on a ship or a space station, some bad stuff is going to go down at some point. It could be aliens blasting first and asking questions later, it could be asteroids just shredding...

Destiny 2 Incoming!

Destiny. Love it or hate it, it’s here to stay. Well at the very least for another 7 years according to Bungies 10 year plan. Hot on the heels of the originals swan song event, The Age of Triumph which started today at 10am PST and goes through September, we finally...

Old Time Hockey Review (PC)

A hockey game on the PC has been unheard of since the dark ages of 2009, when EA released their last NHL game for Windows computers. Since then, you either had to pony up for a console or cross your fingers and wait. Fast forward to 2017, where the puck shaped voids...

Subsiege – Initial Impressions

In 2063, the world we know has ended. The climatic disaster, overpopulation and extensive consumption have resulted in the depletion of all natural resources on the continents. Now, the last resources on earth lie 30.000ft below the oceans’ surface. An underwater...

Interview with Vladimir Piskunov, CEO/CTO of Bitbox Ltd.

Life is Feudal is video game franchise set in a fictional Medieval world, developed by Bitbox Ltd. On top of their two flagship titles - Life is Feudal: Your Own and Life is Feudal: MMO, Bitbox Ltd have expanded the franchise by publishing other titles, such as...

Review – Orwell (PC)

Orwell takes place in a country called the Nation, led by a modern-day authoritarian government known as The Party in the capital of Bonton. In 2012, the Party passed the Safety Bill, a law expanding the government's ability to spy on its citizens in the name of...

Review: Bleed 2

Do you remember waking up early on a Saturday morning? Your parents are still asleep, you stumble downstairs into the kitchen and make yourself a huge bowl of whatever sugar rush providing cereal you can find. Plunking down in front of your television set, the sand...

Conan Exiles Impressions (PC)

I have a confession to make. I’m not that familiar with the Conan world. Yes, I’ve seen the movies at some point in my life, but I didn’t really ABSORB them. I probably should have but sometimes I can’t be bothered because of reasons. I’ve seen the comics, I know...

Ghost Recon Wildlands: Beta Impressions

Twelve hours later and having completed 99% of the beta content, I have put down my controller and taken off my headset feeling extremely satisfied. If the full GRW expands on its beta, then the gaming community can look forward to a rich and engaging open-world tactical shooter that will deliver exponential amounts of high-quality entertainment—playing with friends is recommended.

Wells Review (PC)

There was a time, mainly during the 80’s and 90’s, when all you had to worry about was running to the right of the screen and shooting anything that crossed your path. It worked for Contra. It worked for Gunstar Heroes. Heck, it worked so well for Mega Man that we...

Maize Review (PC)

Corn. I like it. I like popcorn, steamed corn, corn on the cob with salt and butter. I even like corn muffins! But one question you must ask yourself when playing Maize is this: “Do I like sentient corn?”. After my play through of Maize, I can definitively say that...

Astervoid 2000 (PC/Steam)

There are two words that rarely get tied together in the same sentence when related to gaming. Those two words are “couch” and “co-op”. In a time long past, it was simply known as “two-player mode”. With the advent of the internet and online gaming, we were no longer...

Hide and Shriek – Impressions

Now here is something interesting, friends, a 1v1 scare competition to see who can frighten the other player more, while also scoring the most points. I’m talking about Hide and Shriek, available now on the Steam store for the low, low price of $5.99. Initially,...

Review – Breached (PC)

Somewhere in my pre-review scouting around I found a comment that essentially boiled Breached down to “an existential sci-fi survival game.” That remark convinced me to throw my hat in the ring and give the game a ride. After all, I’m a huge fan of the movie...

Syndrome Review (PC)

Ladies and gentlemen, I’m a simple man who enjoys simple pleasures. You need look no further that my personal tastes in entertainment. I like horror. I like sci-fi. I like it when horror and sci-fi are splashed together in a delicious cocktail of blood and that weird,...

Early Access Impressions – Endless Space 2 (PC)

“What do you know about a game called Endless Space 2?” I turn around, an Amplitude Studios cap on my head, sipping tea from an Amplitude Studios coffee mug. With the other hand I quickly minimize my Steam client showing an embarrassingly large number of hours spent...

Aragami Review (PC/Steam)

The shadows are alive.  Be the embodiment of vengeance.  Beware the light.   These brief statements summarize the core experience of Aragami, a new 3rd person stealth game for PC and PS4, developed by Spanish studio Lince Works.  Aragami is their first release and was...