Global Agenda Review

Global Agenda is another attempt to expand the MMO idea in other genres than RPG. It’s a massively multiplayer third-person shooter set in a futuristic environment, and it features lots of elements popular in science fiction, as well as a heavy spy background, giving the game a mysterious and attractive setting. Developed by a not…


Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony Review

The Ballad of Gay Tony continues the story of Grand Theft Auto IV, the popular (and highly controversial, as usual for this series) sandbox action game. If you, for some reason, don’t know what GTA is all about – you take the role of a gangster trying to climb up his “professional” ladder in a…


Just Cause 2 Review

Just Cause, as successful as it may have been, left many players with a lot to desire and didn’t quite fit the bill for becoming the next big shooter. Its sequel, on the other hand, manages to grab your attention even from a few seconds of watching the trailer – it looks like a completely…


Fuel Review

Fuel is not only a fantastic gameplay experience, but it also sends an important message to the world – that we need to be careful with how we spend our resources. Set in an undisclosed nearby future setting, the game features a world that has been turned into a wasteland due to the climate changes…


Fairytale Fights Review

Sometimes game developers just like to mess with us and our childhood memories. Many of you probably grew up with tales of characters like Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, and The Naked Emperor. Well, how would you feel if you saw those beloved childhood icons of yours engaged in a bloody, over the top…


Eufloria Review

In an age where the gaming industry has been heavily commercialized, it’s always a refreshing breeze to see indie developers who’re not giving up and are still coming up with highly original and innovative titles. Valve, with their Steam content distribution platform, have certainly given a big helping hand to such developers, allowing them to…


Stargate: Resistance Review

Cheyenne Mountain has a mixed reputation as a game developer studio. They managed to release some profitable titles, while on the other hand their latest installment in the Stargate video game series (the one before Resistance) was widely regarded as a failure, both commercially and in terms of gamer reception. With this in mind, most…


Terminator Salvation Review

The newest Terminator movie came out closely followed by a game named after it, which was the result of the collaboration between several developers. Despite its short length, it serves as a nice addition to the experience from the movie, and if you own an iPhone you’ll also get to enjoy a very refined version…


Vancouver 2010 Review

It’s more or less a tradition for each Olympic Games event to have its own video game. We’ve seen various results from this in the past – some have been very good, some have failed heavily. The latest one, Vancouver 2010, lies somewhere in the middle – while it’s not exactly a shining example of…


Wolfenstein Review

After “Return to Castle Wolfenstein”, some thought the series couldn’t be continued any better and should be left alone – but id Software, developers of the franchise, apparently believed otherwise and went ahead with the production of a sequel. When it came out, the general opinion of the previous games’ fans was that the new…