User Reviews & Ratings

Average Score 5.4/10

Total of 10 user ratings spread across 10 releases

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  • Review Score:5
    Doing the same thing over and over again

    Turbo Dismount (Early Access)

    Doing the same thing over and over again

    The premise is simple, put a dummy in a vehicle, set up some ramps and obstacles, and send the vehicle off into oncoming traffic, or whatever the level gives you. The more you trash the dummy and the vehicle the more poi... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Review Score:2.5
    An art film with no particular artistic merit and a slapped on WASD control scheme.

    Dear Esther

    An art film with no particular artistic merit and a slapped on WASD control scheme.

    This is not a game, for there is no gameplay. Neither is it an interactive story, for there is no interaction. But the experience doesn't really break until you realize that it's not a story either, it's just 2 hours of ... Read Full Review

    4 of 7 users found the following review helpful
  • Review Score:5
    A game that does nothing completely wrong, too bad it doesn't do anything right either.

    Frontline Tactics

    A game that does nothing completely wrong, too bad it doesn't do anything right either.

    From a technical point of view, the graphics are outdated, from an aesthetic point of view they are a bland and boring portrayal of a sand coloured world. Pretty much everything in the game is like the graphics. The g... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:3

    Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances

  • Review Score:9.5
    Looking for a simple yet deep turn based strategy game? Want the combat of a TCG without the price? Look no further!

    Spectromancer

    Looking for a simple yet deep turn based strategy game? Want the combat of a TCG without the price? Look no further!

    The true genius of Spectromancer is that you always play with a random selection of 20 cards, thus you always need to come up with a new strategy and adapt it as the game revolves. There is no way to hide behind your fav... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:5

    Magic: The Gathering - Tactics

  • Review Score:5
    The pricing of M:TG, but with a "chessboard" rule set that seems more complicated than innovative.

    Magic: The Gathering - Tactics

    The pricing of M:TG, but with a "chessboard" rule set that seems more complicated than innovative.

    At best, expect to get a few hours of play out of this game before either getting out your wallet or quitting. The free single player campaign is short and easy, so online multiplayer is where the game truly happens. ... Read Full Review

    2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
  • Review Score:7
    Improvements are hard to spot.

    APB Reloaded

    Improvements are hard to spot.

    As an attempt at spawning a new genre, APB missed, the MMO part of the MMO shooter is largely just that one needs to spend a lot of time buying stuff, talking to NPC contacts and trying to find a group and get into a mis... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Review Score:6
    A genre revival shaded by insufficient programming.

    Jamestown: Legend of the Lost Colony

    A genre revival shaded by insufficient programming.

    A revival of the bullet hell genre, even the graphics are 1995 style running at unimpressive 512x320 pixels. The gameplay is smooth and polished, and 5 difficulty levels should ensure that anyone can play it at a suit... Read Full Review

    3 of 5 users found the following review helpful
  • Review Score:6
    An OK game for patient children, but the economy is too simple and the enemy is too dull to challenge real gamers.

    The Settlers: Rise of an Empire

    An OK game for patient children, but the economy is too simple and the enemy is too dull to challenge real gamers.

    The first thing a fan of the early Settlers games will notice is the simplification, normal buildings only cost wood. Trees, game and fish automatically regenerate, and production of goods only takes 2 steps, instead of ... Read Full Review

    3 of 3 users found the following review helpful