Total of 6 user reviews spread across 6 releases
Left 4 Dead 2
The strategy makes it fun and immersive at times, but for the most part it gets old and repetitive quickly.
The sequel to Left 4 Dead, we all expected a lot out of this game. With five new campaigns, new gamemodes, new infected, four new survivors and new weapons, what's not to like? Quite a bit, actually. ...
More than just a game, Minecraft is a blank canvas for creators and adventurers alike.
Playing Minecraft for the first time is hard to describe. You appear in a world made entirely of blocks, generated at random. Once you learn that left-click is dig and right-click is place, and your i...
Team Fortress 2
A shooter game that proves it's not all about the graphics. And it's free.
Team Fortress 2 took nine years to fully develop, and after being out for over five years is now free to play. Despite its age, the game still continues to expand in number of users and still receives...
For an indie game with no storyline, Slender is surprisingly addictive and immersive.
OK, first things first, you have to take into account this is a FREE game, so don't expect anything too amazing. Slender is a single-level, short indie survival horror game in which you explore a dark...
War of the Roses
A highly addictive medieval multiplayer game with a few major annoyances.
Looking at demo videos, I was torn between this game and Chivalry. I only had the money to buy one game, so I chose this one. War of the Roses is a melee and long-range combat multiplayer game set in ...
The War Z
The War Z has a lot of potential, but is far from ready for the full release it (sort of) received.
Having bought the game before the whole mess about it being released on Steam, I knew it was in Alpha and had a long way to go. Seeing it up on Steam weeks later surprised me. When I'd played The War ...