Author: Gary Bailey

Review: The Fall (PS4)

Let’s get this out of the way straight away: The Fall is very good. Over The Moon has created a very atmospheric experience on Steam and WiiU – and now it makes its way...

Review: Armello (Early Access)

Videogames have long been influenced by board games, from RPG mechanics to actual strategy games like Risk and Monopoly being realised in videogame form. It seems fitting, then, that developers are creating actual board...

Review: The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter

Obtuse. It’s the one word that best sums up The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, the first person, exploratory puzzle adventure from The Astronauts, a young development studio helmed by the original founders of People...

Review: Qora

You arrive in a new town, your house being built on a hill. Apparently, the previous owners of that particular piece of land met an untimely end due to falling boulders, we’re told. You...

Review: Doorways

First person horror games aren’t exactly hard to come by, especially after the success of Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Slender, so Saibot Studios’ Doorways series already had a pretty tough job of creating...

Preview: Dex On Steam Early Access

The cyberpunk genre has seen renewed interest in the last few years, especially after the success of both Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Shadowrun Returns. And with the seemingly unstoppable rise of independent developers,...

Review: Morphopolis

Morphopolis isn’t quite the “point ‘n’ click adventure” it’s billed as. It’s nothing more than a hidden object game, disguised in an admittedly pretty visual style, that happens to feature a few extra puzzles...

Review: AI War 8.0 DLC-Destroyer Of Worlds

AI War is incredibly complex. I’m going to start with that, so you understand when you play the game you’ll need to be ready for intense micro-management, controlling multiple planets in a galaxy of...

Review: Machines At War 3

Real time strategy game featuring over 130 different types of units and technologies, 21 campaign missions with characters and an intriguing story, unlimited random map skirmishes with many customizable settings, network multiplayer to challenge...

Preview: DarkWood Early Access

Picture the scene: you’ve woken on the floor of a strange house, the events of the previous night a confusion of darkness, violence and unknowable horrors. Or was it a nightmare? You had been...