Game reviews

Control

Control is something different. Literally and figuratively. On one hand, it’s an incredible action-driven experience with a complex, layered narrative. Just as you’ve come to expect from our beloved studio in Finland. On the other, it’s proof Remedy is capable…

RAGE 2.

There is not a particular lot I remember about my experience playing RAGE. What I do remember is the impressive tech demos id Software held back in the day (the QuakeCon 2007 one comes to mind). It was a giant…

Resident Evil 2.

The Resident Evil franchise and I have troubled history. The franchise has had an undeniable influence on modern 3D gaming as its first entries redefined the survival horror genre. Considered by many as some of the best atmospheric games on…

Red Dead Redemption II.

He always had a plan. One more big score and then leave the country for good. His charismatics and perseverance might easily seduce you – Arthur Morgan, his right hand – to follow him blindly. Dutch van der Linde, the…

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice.

Inner daemons. Like Max Payne it’s something many of us have been dealing with. Weather they’re fueled by regret, sorrow, loss or just plain melancholy. There’s a dark side in all of us. Sometimes you might fear these daemons are…

Rezrog.

When Kasedo Games approached me to review their upcoming indie videogame title Rezrog (developed by Latvian game studio Soaphog), I didn’t hesitate for a second. As you might recall, Kasedo Games is the publisher of recent indie hit-titles like The…

Renoir.

Imagine you’re playing Max Payne 2 in 2D and Black and White. Take away the hard-boiled slow motion action and replace it with mind-boggling puzzles. The result is Renoir, a noir puzzle adventure game developed by Black Wing Foundation and…