Category Archive: PC reviews

Mar 27

Review of Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z

I’m willing to put up with a lot of crap in order to enjoy a good idea and that tolerance for all things awful served me quite well when it came to Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z. Acting as a¬†gaiden to the core Ninja Gaiden series, Yaiba is a unique little side story featuring characters and …

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Mar 18

Review of Democracy 3


Democracy 3 from Positech Games is the latest in the series that places you as the leader of a country, free to rule however you wish. Players take on the role of a president or prime minister of a country’s government. It is up to the player to focus on certain aspects of their country, …

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Mar 04

Review of South Park: The Stick of Truth

Sadly not available for the Okama Games Sphere.

Feb 11

Review of Jazzpunk

Utterly stupid, absolutely brilliant.

Feb 06

Review of Might & Magic X- Legacy

Take a delve down the memory dungeon.

Jan 29

Review of Blackguards

Yeah, I always thought it was spelled Blaggards as well.

Dec 09

Review of Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign


The original Puzzle Quest brought some much-needed depth to the puzzle genre. Players could assume the role of specific characters with specific skills and attributes, adding strategy to each battle. Puzzles were tied together via a story and map screens, with loot and stats for those who wanted it. The game was a hit, managing …

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Nov 19

Review of Avadon 2: The Corruption

Avadon 2: The Corruption is a lot like Avadon 1. Much in the same way most Spiderweb Software titles are very similar to other Spiderweb titles. You’ll be fighting the exact same enemies (in appearance and action) you’ve fought before, exploring areas that you’ve seen and explored before, and opening chests you’ve seen before filled …

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Nov 18

Review of Deadfall Adventures

They tried to make the video game equivalent of Raiders of the Lost Ark but ended up with a less entertaining version of The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Oct 22

Review of The Inner World


It seems like Europe is the place to go for point-and-click games lately. From Daedalic’s awesome Deponia series, to newer entries like The Journey Down, Europe has been keeping the genre alive in both quantity and quality. Studio Fizbin looks to keep this trend going with their game, The Inner World. They’ve done their best …

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