Walter Hare | February 15, 2016
Let’s get through this without saying “Syndicate” at all… except for that one.
XCOM 2 is a fundamental improvement on its predecessor, but while it plays better in almost every way, it at times feels more like a revision than a full blown sequel.
Walter Hare | May 18, 2015
Completely unexpected, Crypt of the Necrodancer is as awesome a Rogue-like as it is terrible a podcast-game.
Walter Hare | March 21, 2015
Longer and more detailed, Hotline Miami 2 is a respectable sequel that lacks some of the original’s fire.
Walter Hare | February 5, 2015
At times elegant in its simplicity, Grey Goo is a hard sell to anyone with more than a passing attraction to RTS.
Walter Hare | February 3, 2015
While at times repetitive and a bit thin, Ascension is in the end a rather satisfying take on TBS.
Walter Hare | November 13, 2014
Dungeon of the Endless births “punch me in the face” levels of frustration, but in a fun way.
Walter Hare | November 9, 2014
Civilization: Beyond Earth makes some fair attempts to improve the series at a fundamental level, and while it succeeds within reason, it is in the end disappointing to fan and newcomer alike.
Walter Hare | October 21, 2014
While somewhat interesting and moderately endearing, Steam Marines is riddled with hitches that impede all enjoyment.
Walter Hare | March 4, 2014
Though far too simple at times, Broken Age nonetheless serves as a satisfying point and click.
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