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  • Prime World Defenders Preview – In English/Auf Deutsch

    1 CommentsPosted by on May 3, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    Prime World Defenders is a tower defense game with lots of tactical options. The lore explains that there was a substance “prime” found, which was used to develop new techs and “magic” – at the same time new creatures, which came in touch with it “the touched” mutated and have to be defeated. That is what the player will do – by building towers and using “magic” he will defeat... more.
  • Mars: War Logs Review

    1 CommentsPosted by on May 3, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    When I was downloading this game I was not too sure of what to expect from another RPG. I've played a few RPG's but in the end they all come down equipping a well powered gun and shooting things from a distance so that you will not have to take them on face to face. Mars: War Logs have gone with a different approach with a fresh combat system that works well, I have not played a game that has th... more.
  • Dead Island Riptide Review

    15 CommentsPosted by on April 29, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    This current generation is a funny one. Gamer's cry for sequels upon sequels and when the sequels have drained every last drop of blood and passion from the franchise, the cry for prequels are heard from far and wide. All these games are of course, from an original idea, an original source. What the dying days of this generation really needs are fresh, original ideas that transcend us to the next ... more.
  • Fez PC Review

    1 CommentsPosted by on April 29, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    Fez is an puzzle/side-scroller and coming from the Xbox 360. It was developed by Polytron, Let's take a look at the new pc version. You begin your journey as Gomez, an ordinary  person in his little village but  soon his whole world gets shattered as he's shown the world in a new world, a new dimension where before his village  was in 2d, it is now being cast to him into an impossible 3d and... more.
  • March of the Eagles Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on April 18, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    March of the Eagles is a strategic focused RTS set in the Napoleonic wars. You choose to be one of many strong prosperous powers and the object of the game is to own the entirety of Europe, (and a little bit of Africa and Asia as well.) There’s a hugely in depth singleplayer, and even a multiplayer mode where you can team up and take over the entire continent with your friends The game itse... more.
  • Review: Guns Of Icarus Online

    1 CommentsPosted by on April 12, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    I’m a gamer who comes from the MMO generation, by which I mean that I was a gamer when the genre really took off. I spent 7 years of my life playing Funcom’s Anarchy Online, which is a title I still regard as one of the best I have ever played. I was there for the birth of many other games along the way; most noticeable was that of World of Warcraft, which continues to dominate the market. WoW... more.
  • Review: Oozi Earth Adventure

    2 CommentsPosted by on March 12, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    In ‘Oozi: Earth Adventure’ you play as Oozi, a little yellow alien courier who crash lands on a “strange green planet” (or Earth, as we humans like to call it). In the midst of the crash Oozi somehow manages to lose his entire suit, save for some striped underwear, and it’s up to you go out into the world to find his precious space suit and find a way to get back home. Before the gamepl... more.
  • Review: Tomb Raider

    2 CommentsPosted by on March 11, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    I’ve never been much of a fan of the Tomb Raider series, having played roughly half of the series’ previous offerings and not really coining on to what made the game so successful, I didn't have much interest when Square Enix announced Lara’s impending return. Then I saw the teaser and finally became interested in the antics of the lovely Miss Croft, especially in its new gritty and bru... more.
  • Review: Sword Of The Stars: The Pit

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 10, 2013 under Featured, Reviews
    If, like me, you are a fan of the core titles that brought turn-based RPG to the genre that it is today, titles such as “Baldur’s Gate” and the original “Fallout” releases, then The Sword Of The Stars: The Pit is a title that you may want to familiarise yourself with.  Kerberos’s new title blends classic retro aesthetic with game mechanics and skillsets more known for existing within ... more.
  • Review: Prototype 2 (X360)

    1 CommentsPosted by on December 22, 2012 under Featured, Reviews
    When I sat down to start my review playthrough of Prototype 2, I had certain expectations. I'll start by saying that, after playing the first Prototype, I thought this game would be more of the same. And, while it is indeed another game featuring a super-powered protagonist leaping and stabbing around a virus-ridden New York City, it's a better experience overall. Developer Radical Entertainment t... more.
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