Reviews

Starcraft Remastered PC review

Do you know that feeling when your mind unconsciously diverts to a blissful memory? That nostalgia still lives with anyone who bought the original StarCraft, now almost two decades ago. Blizzard offers a remedy with StarCraft Remastered. Will this game honour your memories, or leave you dissapointed and frustrated by ruining it with this new version?

Starcraft Remastered

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice PS4 review

It's been a while we heard of Ninja Theory and Hellblade - the game we saw revealed during Sony's press conference on the Gamescom in 2014. Of course we knew after Heavenly Sword, the amazing Enslaved and the Devil May Cry reboot DmC already that the boys and girls of Ninja Theory know how to create games that are fun and innovative, but with Hellblade, the studio goes a little further. The game looks like a slash meets puzzle adventure, but the real essence of this experience is psychosis. This game is so heavy on your mind that I eventually had to force myself to play many short sessions. It's a game that hits you in the face, with a story that intrigues and a character who fully manages to suck you into her experience.

hellblade

Agents of Mayhem PS4 review

Not everyone appreciated the course change of Saints Row. The series changed from a rather serious, tough gangster game into an over the top parody of itself. Good news for whoever loves that new style: Agents of Mayhem adds a little bit more overkill.

Agents of Mayhem is a spin-off of the Saints Row series and is about a (not so) secret agency that protects the world from all the evil that lurks around the corner. That evil is, in this case, the diabolical organization with the not so original name Legion, who wants to invade the South Korean capital Seoul. It's up to the Agents of Mayhem to stop them. The fact that the agents also cause considerable damage, chaos and victims is a little sidenote.

Agents of Mayhem