The Colonists Review

The Colonists is a game takes place in the middle of the 21st century. Significant progress has been made in the areas of robotics and artificial intelligence. Scientists have begun to develop standalone printable robots that can simulate subsistence and shelter needs. Faced with an indefinite lifetime of servitude, a group of robots developed a plan for a better future. Realizing that there would...[Read More]

We Happy Few Review

“True happiness comes only by making others happy”, this famous reflection has surely been taken too seriously by the authorities who officiate in Wellington Wells, a small town in South West England. In this dystopia sprinkled with handfuls of uchronia, where Germany has long invaded in the 1930s, the inhabitants have invented a drug putting the population in a state of intense happiness. T...[Read More]

Frostpunk Review

At the end of the nineteenth century, the world has been devastated by a dreadful ice age, forcing the few survivors of the cold into exile. Crossing the seas of the north of England, a group of 80 individuals manages to approach a crater whose center is home to a huge generator. Some resources are scattered throughout the crater. Residues of coal, steel debris or scraps of wood will be the resour...[Read More]

For The King Review

The King is dead, murdered by an unknown assailant. Now the once peaceful kingdom of Fahrul is in chaos. Simple yet straightforward, that is the plot in which you are plunged in For The King. We start a quest that aims to save the kingdom and, by extension, the world, from chaos. The kingdom has long been in an era of prosperity and calm, all the old heroes who spawned within this golden age are o...[Read More]

Double Kick Heroes Review

Metal fans and drummer friends, if you were tired of seeing soft rhythm titles centered on the guitar and would rather play with drum partitions and wild beats, Double Kick Heroes is the game to try. The principle is simple. With one to three tracks, depending on the level of difficulty, the rhythm of songs composed especially for the title scroll before your eyes. The bottom line symbolizes the b...[Read More]

The Council Review

The Council is the latest title of Big Bad Wolf, where the French studio delves into a different approach to the narrative adventure genre. Here, the plot is divided into five episodic acts that the player will discover over the next few months. Between conspiracies, manipulations, esotericism and meetings with different major personalities of the late eighteenth century, prepare yourself to ...[Read More]

Mulaka Review

There are some games that we expect a lot from but end up not amounting to much once released, while there are others that barely anyone pays attention to, but end up taking us into a captivating universe with polished gameplay. Mulaka belongs to this second category . The game takes us to the north of Mexico, at the time where an indigenous culture called Tarahumara lived there. Players control a...[Read More]

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Rad Rodgers Rad Rodgers Review

Rad Rodgers Review After earning just over $80,000 on Kickstarter in October 2016, Rad Rodgers came out on PC two months later following an early access phase. With the aim of paying homage to the platform games of the 90s, the Danish studio Slipgate (formerly Interceptor Entertainment) was inspired by series such as Commander Keen, Conker, JackRabbit Jazz or Ruff ‘n’ Tumble. Since the...[Read More]

Faeria, A Review Of The Strategy Card Game

In 2013, Faeria reaped almost $ 100,000 in support from Kickstarter; at the time, the card game had even become one of the most funded Belgian games on the American platform (even still quite on the low side compared to the Larian studios and their Divinity: Original Sin). Nearly 5 years later, let’s discover what this Strategy Card Game has under the hood. Faeria, An Outstanding Outsider So...[Read More]

Tale of Toast Review (Alpha)

In development for nearly 3 years now by a team of only two people, Tale of Toast is an upcoming open world MMORPG with hardcore PvP mechanics that goes back to the first steps of the genre, when dying actually meant something. I’ve had the chance to try it out this weekend, and here is what I thought of it. Everything starts with the creation of your first character (players being able to have up...[Read More]

Beholder Review

Depressed friends, hello. You are immersed in the heart of the worst dystopia. Greatly inspired by George Orwell’s famous 1984, Beholder puts you in charge of Carl Stein, the happy owner of an apartment building. Happy? It will depend on you, your choices and your political vision. Because the life of your tenants as well as that of your family depends entirely on you! BIG BROTHER IS WATCHIN...[Read More]

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