A fabulously cute strategy game that is tons of fun to play, but lacking in long-term playability
Category: PC Reviews
Try to flank the enemy, set up an ambush and use the cover of the terrain to get an advantage.
An expansion to a game that needs no introduction.....
While the online community and learning curve are horrendously unforgiving, HoN is still pristine example of competitive multiplayer gaming that keeps you coming back for more.
Arguably one of the greatest toys ever makes an interesting leap into the realm of the massively multiplayer online game. Does it make that transition well though?
A promising but disappointing title, Crusaders may have succeeded with a less painstakingly slow, buggy and mechanically frustrating battle system.
We really do applaud new ideas, and seeing indie game developers make it into the big wide world of commercial gaming is a true joy.
A charming adaptation of the classic, Asteroids, Fortis looks appealing and feels initially fun but is lacking in variation in its levels, enemies, upgrade system - well, everything really!
Blood Bowl returns for a decent if not mind-blowing second helping, offering enhanced customization, rich visuals and immersive competitive gameplay, but nothing essentially new or exciting.