Alien: Isolation review
Can Sega redeem themselves after the disappointment of Colonial Marines?
Tags: Alien, Alien: Isolation, SEGA, Sigourney Weaver, The Creative Assembly
Sonic: Lost World review
Dr. Eggman has captured most of the animals from Sonic’s world. While trying to rescue some of them, Sonic and Tails crash land on a mysterious planet in the sky, a world known as the Lost Hex.
Tags: Editor's Choice, Nintendo, SEGA, Sonic, Sonic Team, Sonic: Lost World
Total War: Rome II starts another war
Total War: Rome II is all about a war going on in middle Europe in the prime of the Roman empire. It’s a point-and-click strategy game with lots of micro management down to each and every soldier and town. As your property expands by taking over areas, you get more to manage. The gameplay is […]
Tags: SEGA, The Creative Assembly, Total War, Total War: Rome II
Aliens: Colonial Marines review
When a game have Michael Biehn and Lance Henriksen attached – two people who were involved in the “Aliens” movie which the game is a continuation of – they have a lot of the right ingredients for something amazing, yet they fail to utilize that potential. To be frank, whenever I see the word Aliens, […]
Tags: Aliens, Aliens: Colonial Marines, Gearbox Software, SEGA
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed review
Sonic and his friends takes on the tracks inspired by a number of games such as Jet Set Radio, Nights and Panzer Dragoon. The title of the game implies the change to the series – throughout the race, your vehicle transform between being on wheels, on wings, and wearing a screw. The player can not […]
Tags: SEGA, Sonic, Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed, Sumo Digital