A good game that is severely hindered by technical issues.
By destroying enemy castles, this is a game that's sure to go down a storm.
The end of the Saga.
The epic, that is the Banner Saga, comes to a close with this third and final outing in its trilogy; boasting a whole host of extra features and additions, as well as retaining the air of familiarity that makes the series so great.
This second installment in the soon-to-be-finished Banner Trilogy is a beautiful, agonizing entry into the rise of the Dredge, hamstrung only by it's own massive storyline.
The Elder Scrolls Online's Summerset expansion is an entry level MMO, which despite of its simplicity will satisfy the newcomers as much as the veterans of the MMO genre.
Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God finally comes to PC after 5 years, but was it worth the wait?
The first title in a trilogy of very mature, role-playing and tactical combat games.
Top-down fantasy RPG turns hard-to-port with a swashbuckling new theme and countless more hours of dungeon-crawling to sink your blade into.
Deiland is digital proof that modern games are heading in a worryingly wrong direction.