Category Archives: Reviews

StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void review


Need To Know What is it? The fifth entry in Blizzard’s sci-fi RTS series, and the conclusion of its story.Expect to pay $40/£30 Release Out nowDeveloper BlizzardPublisher In-houseMultiplayer Co-op and competitive, extensive options.Link Official site I am not the world’s

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc review


NEED TO KNOW What is it? A murder mystery visual novel.Expect to pay $30/£25Developer Spike ChunsoftPublisher In-houseReviewed on GeForce GTX 970, Intel i7-950, 16GB RAMMultiplayer NoneLink Makoto Naegi is a completely average student. There’s nothing remarkable about him at

Chronos review


Chronos defies the common wisdom that VR is best used—and at its most immersive—in first person. Chronos also made me rethink the idea that VR needs truly new genres to shine. This is a tried-and-true action RPG in the Zelda

PES 2016 review


need to know What is it? A simulation football game that’s actually fun to play. Expect to pay: $50/£40 Developer: PES Productions Publisher: Konami Reviewed on: Intel i7-3990x @3.50GHz, 16GB RAM, GeForce GTX 980 TI Multiplayer: Up to 22 Link:

NextDesk Air Review (Updated)


At a Glance Up (+): Extremely well made; motors hidden in column; quiet compared to others; looks fantastic.Down (-): Pricey; get 100% of the Air’s function at 20% of the cost with other desks (but won’t look as good). The

Rise of the Tomb Raider: Baba Yaga DLC review


I couldn’t get on board with Rise of the Tomb Raider’s eye-rolling B-movie melodrama and simple puzzle design, even though I enjoyed leaping around the icy Siberian landscape and spelunking the occasional tomb. So, posited as a short bit of

Undertale review


NEED TO KNOW What is it? A JRPG-style adventure into comedy and genocide; first one, then the other. A classic game style packed with new ideas. Reviewed On: i7, GTX 970, 8GB RAM Price: $10 / £7 Release date: Out

The Beginner’s Guide review


need to know What is it? Creator Davey Wreden narrates a look at an apparently troubled friend’s game design experiments. Expect to pay: $10/£7 Developer: Everything Unlimited Ltd. Publisher: Everything Unlimited Ltd. Reviewed on: Intel i7 @ 3.47GHz, 12GB RAM,

Grow Up review


Need to know What is it? A game about climbing really high.Expect to pay £7/$10Developer ReflectionsPublisher UbisoftReviewed on GeForce GTX 970, i5-6600K, 16GB RAMMultiplayer NoneLink Official site Last year Reflections released Grow Home, a charming physics-driven platformer starring a robot

Duskers review


NEED TO KNOW What is it? A tense strategy game where you explore spooky spaceships using drones.Expect to pay: $20/£15Developer: Misfits AtticPublisher: Misfits AtticReviewed on: Intel i7 x980 3.33 GHz, 9 GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Multiplayer: NoLink: Official Site