The Fisherman: Fishing Planet (Steam) Review

The Fisherman: Fishing Planet (Steam) Review

Fishing games are a niche genre if there ever was one. My first real encounter with a fishing game started when I first laid my grubby little hands on Super Black Bass for the SNES. After that, I was literally hooked. But over the years, there have been a handful of...
NBA 2K20 (Steam) Review

NBA 2K20 (Steam) Review

Even 2K admits that as far as technically innovative basketball games go, it’s way behind what sports gamers have been clamoring for. But when it comes to gameplay, NBA 2K20 is the most consuming basketball game on the market. The vast array of options and...
Prison Ball: Full Blown (Steam) Review

Prison Ball: Full Blown (Steam) Review

When Nolan Bushnell created Pong way back in 1972, I’m pretty sure that he never imagined that the game would spark a multi-billion dollar industry. Well, it did, and forty years later, that simple ball and paddle design are being reborn with an adult twist...
Vasara Collection (Steam) Review

Vasara Collection (Steam) Review

During the last several years or so, gamers have seen a huge surge of ‘retro’ style games re-released for the PC. Many of the games that are on these compilations are true classics. But many, however, just aren’t that much fun to play with anymore....
Flutter Bombs (Steam) Review

Flutter Bombs (Steam) Review

Shortly after Irem’s R-Type hit the arcade scene back in the 1980s, it looked as if it would be the new shooter to watch. Not only was R-Type a superb 2D shooter, but it also included one important innovation: it was devastatingly addictive, but hard as hell to...