A flying game that offers veteran gamers the opportunity to excel. For the standard gamer, you may find it frustrating with little progress. Grab a VR headset and improve your experience.
Category: PC Reviews
War may be coming to the world you live in, but when you are on no-one's side, the only winner is you.
A mystery thriller that has 4 unique stories. Will you brave the tense world, and connect all of the dots?
Iratus: Lord of the Dead is a dungeon crawler with turn-based combat where you play as an evil necromancer. Think Darkest Dungeon in reverse.
Delightful and engaging, Metaverse Keeper is a completionist's dream for a roguelite, but fans of twin-stick will find some aspects lacking in the control area.
The Wrath of the Necromancer DLC will most likely not disappoint you if you’re a huge Iratus fan, but if you were hoping for something huge and groundbreaking, this probably won’t be enough to bring you back to the game.
This PC port isn't at all watered down and is identical to the PC version which runs sublime on Xbox Series X with the full range of content which will keep you busy forever.
Ray's The Dead's punny title, tongue in cheek writing, and cutesy art style bely the tough, Pikmin-esque action/strategy gameplay.
The scene is black and white, but the case bleeds red. This game leads as a point and click, but introduces elements that help it move into adventure territory.
Monster Blast lets you do exactly what it says on the cover - is it worth getting though?