Tags Archives: Review

EA Sports UFC 3 Review.

Following the collapse of THQ, Electronic Arts secured the rights to make UFC games under the EA Sports label.  Since 2014, EA Sports UFC has been the only game in town when it comes to Mixed Martial Arts. The UFC games from EA have had mixed receptions. ...

The Red Strings Club Review.

Deconstructeam’s previous game, Gods will be Watching, was a fascinating and unique take on the point-and-click adventure genre. Featuring a very cool pixel art style, the game was instantly intriguing, but the brick wall of a difficulty curve was p ...

Spellforce 3 Review.

Some cross-genre games are blended like ingredients in a mixing bowl, while others let their two halves live side-by-side. SpellForce III fits into the latter category, pairing role-playing and real-time-strategy elements. Though the end result is anythin ...

Tiny Metal Review.

With no sign of Nintendo's Advance Wars strategy series returning any time soon, a game that attempts to fill the void like Tiny Metal is easy to get excited about. Thankfully, developer Area 35 has delivered a game that captures the spirit of the works t ...

Coco Review.

On paper, Coco sounds destined for mediocrity. It's another Disney/Pixar jam that tells the tired story of a young boy going on a (hero's) journey to discover the importance of family. As a theme, "family" is about as vanilla as it gets. But Coco's unique ...

Super Lucky’s Tale Review.

Though it shares a protagonist, art style, and platforming mechanics with 2016's Lucky's Tale on Oculus Rift, Super Lucky's Tale is distinct from its predecessor--at least at first. It features an entirely new set of levels and a greater focus on collecti ...