James Ireland brings us the latest simulator creation from Condo Media and Astragon. Is it much fun at the port putting containers on ships? Well probably not but does the game actually work and keep enough variation to continue the interest after the initial hour or two of play? Find out.
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It’s been over ten years since the release of the original Deus Ex game launched for the PC and ever since then its fans have been craving a sequel deserving of carrying the brand name. A piss poor attempt was made with the follow up game titled Invisible War. Now here we are and its [...]
Ever wanted to play god with the planetary system? Now you have the chance to do that with Solar 2. Solar 2 is the latest development from Murudai software and the game is not only weird, wacky but also pretty good to play too. Will it grab your attention, not massively but it’s a great [...]
Another simulator review for you on the PC, but this time you will be cleaning the streets. Question is, is the game actually playable, will it be fun to play, is the games physics engine broken? Find out in the video review. UPDATE: There is an option to reset your vehicle pressing the backspace button [...]
James is back with the latest simulator release, but is it any good? Coming from the highest scoring simulator creators SCS Software comes their latest release, Trucks & Trailers. Can it cut the mustard or will it be lacklustre, find out in the video review below for the full lowdown and score.
Ever since the dawn of man there have been nerds. And since the dawn of these nerds known typically in its Latin name Nerdus Maximus, required some sort of outlet to allow them to live out their fantasies of trolling around dungeons so as they could slay Goblins, Undead Skeletons, and of course dragons. It [...]
Forget the Eurovision song contest, because there is a triple AAA game you should be playing right now. Ok, enough of the sarcasm. However there is a latest simulator out there for you geeks and freaks! Ever wanted to smell piles of hot rubbish? Well now you can thanks to Garbage Truck Simulator. Watch our [...]
Battle Slots is a strategy RPG reminiscent of Puzzle Quest. If you’re familiar with that, stick with what you know, it plays much better. The battle system in this game is incredibly simple and requires little to no learning curve what-so-ever. It’s just enough for you to enjoy though, and I promise you will if [...]
Its been over 20 years since the last Back To The Future film, but its legacy remains still. I doubt there is anyone out there that hasn’t seen them so it would take a lot of balls to try release something based on the franchise. Telltale Games definitely have the kahonies as they have released [...]
Another stab at creating a decent simulator, but can the guys at Astragon push something out that’s actually worthwhile playing? James takes a look at Driving Simulator 2011 in the latest of the simulators to review. Please note this video does contain mild profanity.
In 2060, the Sun began emitting incredible volumes of energy from the coronal layer, pummeling Earth with solar flares and inundating the planet with radiation – Earth’s magnetic field was a miserly defense against such an onslaught. Arable land quickly diminished; wastelands became more common and vast; major cities were either evacuated or received an [...]
Does the name Jane Jensen mean anything to you? It didn’t to me and upon receiving my review copy of Grey Matter, I actually had to research who she was as her name was plastered on the cover. I was however pleasantly surprised to find out that she was the writer of Police Quest 3 [...]
After what I would call a dismal winter for games with barely any huge titles coming out, Dead Space 2 being the only notable title I can think of. Spring has finally arrived and with it has come a flood of big name titles. Kicking things off we had Dragon Age 2, Homefront, and this [...]
Road Construction Simulator is out! But is it any good? The Gamer Geezer gives us the low down on this release from Excalibur Publishing. The game retails at £17.99 but is it worth the money? Find out in our video below. The Gamer Geezer will be making exclusive videos for wedogames.net. Check out his dedicated [...]
Re-read it if you want but the title wont change. It really says Toasted Sandwich Of Time.. Doc Clock: TTSOT is Stickmen Studios latest release available now on Steam and on the Wii via Wiiware. You play the aforementioned Doc Clock, a inventor who’s experiments don’t really have a tendency to turn out well and who bares an uncanny resemblance to Joss [...]
Indie games seem to be the current vogue. With the rise of online content such as Xbox Live Arcade and Facebook applications it’s not hard to understand why new developers are dipping their toes in the water. Some indie titles have even been put up against their multi-million dollar contemporaries in recent award shows. And [...]
While being something of a niche concept these days, there was a time back in the early 90′s where Point & Click adventures were all the rage. On the Amiga 500 alone, I had both the Monkey Islands, Zak MacKrackren, Leisure Suit Larry, Police Quest, Beneath A Steel Sky and Maniac Mansion and can happily [...]