Today’s Steam sale includes soldiers, Skyrim, South Park, and… Snake? Snake! Snaaaaake!
“It’s so very, very, very dirty. Hhmmmmmm,” says Paul. Reading the review is the only way to find out what that might mean.
Peter travels through time to solve a murder and eat every last piece of food on an aeroplane, in Swery’s D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die.
In which Peter tries to make up for Game of Thrones’ unrelenting bleakness by filling the review with screenshots of characters kissing.
Peter gets specific about the Pacific with this hex-based wargame.
Tim jacks into the morally grey cyberpunk world of Technobabylon, searching for clues to a serial murder spree and to the game’s quality.
If you say “inspired by Looking Glass Studios” three times in the mirror, Peter will appear to review your game.
Making an adventure game can be a perilous thing, as Perils of Man shows.
Despite all the hiding inside crowds and skulking about, Assassin’s Creed has only ever been tangentially about stealth. Whistling at people from inside a bush … Read moreAssassin’s Creed Chronicles: China Review