Author: Grimm

Exploring Mars Horizon: An Interview with Auroch Digital

Mars Horizon is primarily a strategy game in which you take on the role of controlling a government space agency at the start of the space race. You’ll have the choice of countries between the USA, Russia or Europe, and then it’s up to you to send rockets into space and start your journey to […]

DLC in Modern Gaming: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

It’s not always easy to come up with content for the internet, whether it’s choosing a game to stream, ideas for a video piece or a topic to write an article on. Luckily for me something popped up on Twitter this week that started a conversation and really got me thinking, so in this piece […]

Sigma Theory: Review

The scientific community is buzzing with news of humanity being on the edge of a paradigm-shifting discovery promising radical technology, teasing an end to the energy crisis and much much more. What do you do? Sigma Theory poses that question directly to you in a turn-based strategy game from the creators of the strange but […]

What Does Game Exclusivity Mean for PC Gaming

Epic Games has been making a lot of waves recently with its storefront. Its aggressive marketing is seemingly a challenge to Steam’s stronghold over the PC gaming marketplace. One strategy that has certainly gotten a lot of people talking is Epic bringing the practice of title exclusivity to the fight. Exclusive games aren’t new for […]

Have you ever been curious to play the villain?

My first introduction to Evil Genius was finding a sealed copy on a stall at a car boot sale while searching for interesting and cheap games to play and the box artwork instantly drew my attention to this title. Yeah, I guess I’m a ‘judge a book by its cover’ kinda guy but there was […]
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