Sam & Max Save the World – Remastered review (PC)

Dating back to 1993 and requiring a 386 processor and a whopping 4 MB or RAM (my current PC has 6,000 times that amount), Sam & Max Hit the Road is one of my earliest CD-ROM games. To this day it’s one of the most beloved adventures games and it made Telltale’s take on the franchise such a nostalgia-fueled joy as well. Now, the first season of those Telltale games is back in a remastered version – here’s what to expect. Continue reading “Sam & Max Save the World – Remastered review (PC)”

Need For Speed – Hot Pursuit Remastered review (PS4)

One of the most beloved entries in the Need for Speed franchise returns for another high octane run around the block. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered is out now for PCs and console, including a version for the Nintendo Switch. We took a look at the game on a PlayStation 4 Pro. Continue reading “Need For Speed – Hot Pursuit Remastered review (PS4)”

The enduring appeal of the sim/tycoon genre

It’s always fun to look back whenever a new console generation appears on the horizon, and very often you’ll end up reminiscing about games, franchises and genres that you wish would make a comeback. One genre that’s been consistently strong, however, is the ‘sim’/’tycoon’ genre – only growing in popularity in recent years with the continued success of games like Cities Skylines even branching out beyond their PC origins. What keeps these games on the forefront of our mind? Continue reading “The enduring appeal of the sim/tycoon genre”

Panzer Dragoon: Remake review (PS4)

About twenty-five years after its initial release, Panzer Dragoon returns in a remake that was developed by MegaPixel Studio and is being published by Forever Entertainment. We’re taking a look at the PS4 version, after earlier releases for the Switch and Stadia. Continue reading “Panzer Dragoon: Remake review (PS4)”