Affordability and comfort are two words that spring to mind when I think of the SteelSeries Siberia headset range. The previously reviewed Siberia RAW Prism earned its title as a decent affordable headset but did lack a key component in missing volume controls. Coming back a couple years later SteelSeries…
Three years ago, a prototype game known as Stikbold was developed during the Nordic Game Jam. The development team known as Game Swing was praised for their creation, so they decided to develop a full game based on their original idea. Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure originally saw a release on…
This review of Adam’s Venture Origins contains minor spoilers for how to complete certain puzzles within the narrative as part of the critical analysis. From 2009 to 2012, a small studio named Vertigo Games released Adam’s Venture, a three part puzzle-adventure game that focused on the story of a spunky…
Trilogies are always difficult things to get right. You need to balance tying up plot threads, improving on aspects of previous installments while retaining enough to seem familiar. Dark Souls III has quite the act to follow, coming off the back of an incredibly successful deviation from high fantasy in…
When I approached The Banner Saga 2, I wasn't sure if indie developers Stoic could cause lightning to strike the same place twice. Somehow though, with a few hand-drawn images and clever prose, Stoic have crafted something special. The Banner Saga 2 would be better described as Banner Saga: Season 2.…
If you ever survived of a plane crash, what would be the first thing that you would do after such as traumatic event? Instead of calling for help, if you’d join with a group of adventurers to defeat groups of legendary monsters, then you will feel right at home with…
Warning: This review may contain spoilers. With over $550,000 pledged on Kickstarter and a solid team comprised of industry veterans that worked on titles such as Metal Gear Solid IV and Halo 4, Republique had a lot of potential. Set in a dystopian city-state inspired by the events of George…
This review of Day of the Tentacle Remastered contains minor spoilers for how to complete certain puzzles within the narrative as part of the critical analysis. If there is one thing that the nineties will, or at least should, be remembered for, it is the wealth of great point-and-click adventure…
I’m mowing down hordes of cute, walking bullets with a gun that fires junk mail, while a turtle in a space helmet provides covering fire as I frantically roll from upturned table to stone pillar. I’ve only got a few seconds before the next torrent of bullets destroys my last…