To The Moon

When it comes to video games, I seldom cry. In today's market, over-saturated with emotionless shooters, it's a rare event that any game can move me to tears. Not that I don't enjoy shooting foreigners in the...

Torchlight II

Isometric click 'em up is a genre that has been dominated by one franchise for the last fifteen years. Diablo. Since the release of the first title in that series back in 1996, the idea of running around clic...

Alien Shooter 2: Conscription

I think that I may have used this opening line in a review already, but video game titles are often vague. Deus Ex - what the hell kind of game is that going to be? How would you know without any prior knowledg...

Game Of Thrones

A Song of Ice and Fire boasts of one of the most detailed and masterfully crafted worlds in the history of fiction. Even before its recent propulsion into the public eye with the popularity of the television ...

Avernum: Escape From The Pit

Wait - are we back in 1997? What happened? Did someone reach 88 miles per hour? If you'll excuse my horrible intro (I never was good at them), Avernum: Escape from the Pit will totally convince you that yes, in...

Risen 2: Dark Waters

Oh man. A pirate RPG. With the Inquisition. What a fantastic concept. And the Kraken is an antagonist, no less. Could the premise behind Risen 2 be any more perfect? In all honesty, however, while the potenti...

Krater

Post-apocalyptic Sweden. Am I the only person who finds that to be such a strange setting for a game? Krater is a top-down action RPG from Fatshark, the studio behind Lead and Gold and the upcoming War of the...

A Valley Without Wind

You're walking down the road in a small village, sun blazing down, making the cobblestone path hot underfoot. You leave the outskirts of town, ready for adventure... and find yourself in the middle of the tun...