Speed, skill and – most of all – precision mix to excavate an inventive take on treasure-hoovering puzzles.
Another rich, epic outing for Ravensword fans, but with controls that newcomers might find a turn-off.
A solid premise built upon with some promising moments of puzzling, but with enough oversights to keep this from being great.
While mostly more of the same, Zero Hour’s brilliant online battles alone sell this shooter, though the campaign can hold its own.
A ten year stretch hasn’t weakened Vice City’s grip, but even some welcome improvements can’t outweigh those touchscreen issues.
Good looking as Bladeslinger Ep. 1 might be, it’s a hollow and oft-miserable slog. Hit the saloon, instead.
A simple idea, executed in a manner that charms and frustrates in roughly equal measures.
As a nostalgia hit; it’s fine. As a game; it’s simply got too many flaws to recommend at the moment.