Ceville – PC Review

Experts might claim that the point and click adventure genre is dead (or dieing), but I still believe that out there we still have...

Rise of the Argonauts – PC Review

We can say that we had our fair share of quality role playing games recently, with Fallout 3 and Mass Effect juicing with quality...

Quake Live – Beta Impressions

My eyes are like two huge red onions: big, painful and... uhm... red. And all that because of Quake Live – not at all...

Chains – PC Review

I have always considered that indie companies and developers are carrying the industry on their shoulders, even though the big companies take all the...

Mirror’s Edge – PC Review

Mirror's Edge is one of those games which have the potential to become big franchises or go straight down the toilet. It all depends...

Tomb Raider: Underworld – Xbox 360 Review

Lara Croft is probably the best known female video game character in the world but, similar to the situation of Anna Kournikova in tennis,...

Prince of Persia – PC Review

It might sound strange for some people, but I never fancied this kind of “action-platformer” titles like Tomb Raider, the Sands of Time trilogy...

BC Kings – PC Review

I love old school real time strategies: build your base, train a ton of troops, leave another ton in the queue and begin the...

A Vampyre Story – PC Review

Point and click adventure fans are waiting for A Vampyre Story since 2004 when the game was first announced as the resurrection of the...

Quantum of Solace – Xbox 360 Review

It's been a long while since I've played a good game based on the James Bond movie franchise and this year's TreyArch title published...

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