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King's Quest Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember

This ain't an adventure game in a traditional sense, but altogether the first episode of the new King's Quest is a pleasant surprise. It's an action-adventure, but with a high emphasis on a story. Puzzles are easy and sudden deaths won't sneak up on you anymore, but at its core, King's Quest is a new adaptation of Sierra's thesis of bringing faery tales to bits. This is something, that the game achieves with flying colors. Well done, sirs. [Sept 2015]


Zombi is an ugly and a technically crippled game which has an excellent atmosphere in spite of the problems. [Sept 2015]

Rocket League

Rocket League executes a simple idea beautifully, with nuanced controls lending themselves to both skillful displays and screwball comedy. [Sept 2015]

Magic Duels: Origins

The lightweight free-to-play version of the Magic the Gathering misses, above all things, a bigger card pool to be interesting. [Sept 2015]

Heroes Of The Storm

In Heroes of the Storm you play as one of Blizzard's iconic characters from Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo. At first glance the game looks like a typical 5 vs 5 MOBA, but there are changes that differentiate it from its competitors. The matches are shorter, items have been replaced with talents and all maps have different side objectives. Overall, the changes have made the game more intense and varied. The main thing that I have issues with is the payment model. At first it seems fair and reasonable, but after a while you realize that you have to spend tons of money if you want to unlock all the characters or play the game for a long time. [Sept 2015]

Until Dawn

A linear experience gameplay-wise. You make choices, which affect the story, but you have go where the director tells you to. A very pretty, intense, interesting and at times, scary experience nonetheless. [Sept 2015]

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensword fixes many problems that A Realm Reborn had, but one it does not fix is the situation with player-owned houses. End shortage, boot inactive houseowners! [Aug 2015]


Splatoon combines area controlling and shooting in equal measure. You don't have to splat a lot of opponents to be good at it, which is nice. A colourful and intense experience. [Aug 2015]

Fallout Shelter

Fallout Shelter is a decent free-to-play title, as it never begs for money and you can play it relatively easily without spending a dime. It's also a prime example of marketing. By releasing the game just after the announcement of Fallout 4, Bethesda made an excellent example of capitalizing the IP. [Aug 2015]

F1 2015

F1 2015 offers the best driveability in the series yet, but really falls short with all the content missing from previous years. No career mode, come on? No safety car? [Aug 2015]