Monthly Archives: March 2014

Goat Simulator – Review (PC)

Carried on a wave of clever marketing and enough Youtube Yokels screaming “Game of the Year” and “10 out of 10” to fill a petting zoo, Coffee Stain has somehow managed to convince gamers that its “it’s SO bad, it’s GOOD” title is not only worthy of paying attention to but $10 to boot! Goat Simulator is admittedly a joke but at that price, the joke is on you.

Darksiders 2 – Review (Wii U)

The story this time round involves Death (You) cleaning up War’s mess and clearing his good name before he is tried by the Charred Council On your journey to clean up War’s mess (I.E Resurrect humanity), you will face angels, demons and a plethora of creatures too stupid to fear the reaper.

Windforge – Review (PC)

Windforge brings a lot of new ideas to the crafting/platformer table, which is refreshing when you see the amount of stale clones out there. If you want to be a steampunk Captain Ahab chasing the white sky whale through the seven skies or if gutting whales and piloting them like some Leatherface parody. Then this is the game for you.

Dominique Pamplemousse in “It’s All Over Once The Fat Lady Sings!” – Review (PC)

The fat lady sung Game development is not easy and should never be taken lightly. Even in the best of times something can go horribly wrong and absolutely destroy a project. The men and women…

Ku: Shroud of the Morrigan – Review (PC)

When the market is bloated with gritty war shooters and generic fantasy RPGs, we will immediately be drawn to a game with a unique setting or a fresh art style. A game like Ku: Shroud of the Morrigan. Often this urge to try new things can lead to a pleasant surprise but in this case, curiosity killed the reviewer.

Infested Planet – Review (PC)

Infested Planet is a Real-Time Strategy game set in the future developed by Rocket Bear Games. A platoon of hardened space marines are deployed on a hostile alien planet, host to a rampaging horde of xenoforms and, as you might have guessed, they aren’t the friendliest of critters.

Steamworld Dig – Review (PS Vita)

Steamworld Dig concentrates a lot of action into around four hours of play. This no bad thing however, the action is so incredibly fun and diverse that at no point were we left wanting. The package is made even more generous with the inclusion of PS4 cross-buy. If you buy only one PS Vita title this week make sure it is this one.