7.5/10 – It's hard being a Sim. Stuck in the same old boring dead-end job, you have a few kids and you fall dead after you discover your architect put walls around your pool. That's why we have Expansion Packs. So your Sims can discover so much more to ...
“This ain’t no place for no hero.” Set to the tune of Short Change Hero by The Heavy, Borderlands 2 opens with a sleek cinematic that perfectly captures the game’s personality. There’s the iconic Skag creature and there are bandits.
7/10 – It’s been a while since game companies have used the word ‘expansion’. It’s always DLC, and we’ve all been gamers long enough to know that DLC is typically an extra skin, or a new weapon, or if you’re lucky – a whole new mission.
5/10 – I don't play real-time strategy games as much as I play turn-based strategy games, because things that happen in real-time stresses me out, so RTS games need a bit more effort to convince me which, sadly, Confrontation couldn't do.
8.0/10 – I've been a fan of point-and-click adventures ever since playing some obscure DOS game series titled (I think) Wallaby Jack. So you can imagine my delight when The Whispered World popped up for sale on a GOG.com e-mailer.