Sorta Reviews

Them thar reviews go heer. For now I am just putting them in the order of newest at the top. But if you want an alphabetical list instead, I might get to that at some point. (Under construction)

Sorta Reviews

Shadow Warrior – Played the first-person-sworder from Flying Wild Hog on the PC.

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Played the most recent Batman game for handhelds, which actually took a different route from the big console release. 3DS version played.

The Wonderful 101 – Played the new Platinum game for Wii U.

Rayman Legends – Played the Wii U version of the wonderful follow-up game to Rayman Origins.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons – It came out on PC, and I got some money for my birthday, so figured I’d have a bash.

Saints Row IV – Had a good time with the PC version, and decided to write a bit about it.

Gone Home – Not quite a review, but close enough to go here. Played it, and felt it worth recommending. For PC.

Pikmin 3 – Got my hands on the long-awaited sequel to the Pikmin series on the Wii U, and wrote down some thoughts about it.

Papers, Please – Played this gem of a game on the PC and ended up writing a short review, and some starting tips, considering its uniqueness.

Fire Emblem: Awakening – After playing over 100 hours of this I finally decided to write a bit about it. For 3DS.

Deadpool – Writing about the PC version of the most Deadpool game ever made.

Remember Me – Played the PC version of this rather ambitious title.

Kurovadis – I dabble in hentai games, and found this one which I felt was good enough to write about. While there are no NSFW parts in the review or the starter guide, I should note this game is ADULTS ONLY.

Dust: An Elysian Tail – This one finally came to PC, so I finally had a real incentive to play it, even though I do own an XBox 360.

Metro: Last Light – Never played Metro 2033, but I heard interesting enough things about Last Light to get the PC version.

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of The White Witch – Played this on a friend’s PS3, and had altogether too much fun coming up with new variations on the title.

Bioshock: Infinite – An Opinionated Analysis – Not quite in the style of my regular reviews, but I feel it fits best in this category. Played on PC.

Dead Space 3 – As a fan of the Dead Space series, I of course had to check out this one too. Played on PC.

The Cave – Played this curious Double Fine game on the Wii U.

Marvin’s Mittens – Played a winter-themed indie game on the PC.


Darksiders II – Personally felt this game was criminally underlooked. I played the PC version.

Need For Speed: Most Wanted (2012) – Guest review by my good friend Shelby.

Mark of the Ninja – I played and enjoyed this PC game by Klei.

Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack – Had some fun with this strange puzzle platformer on my PC.

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron – Played and wrote about the PC version of High Moon’s Transformers adaptation.

Unmechanical – Played the PC version of this puzzle game. All puzzles. All the time.

The Book of Unwritten Tales – Clever point-and-click on the PC.

Transformers: War For Cybertron – Talking about the game that restored my faith in the Transformers license after Bay. Played on both PC and XBox 360.

Carmageddon Retrospective – A retrospective look at/review of the Carmageddon series.

Legend of Grimrock – Played this indie dungeon-crawler on the PC.

Homeworld Retrospective – A look at one of my favourite games of all time.

Burnout Revenge Retrospective – Talking about one of my favourite car games ever.

Botanicula – Which ended up becoming my Game of the Year 2012.

Burnout Crash – My very first attempt at a review. My, how long I’ve come.


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