The Witcher – Hearts of Stone review (PC)

Although it was released early on in the year, The Witcher 3 is still a top contender for Game of the Year honors here at Press Play. It was postponed a few times, but once it was finally released it was well worth the wait and a fitting finale to Geralt of Rivia’s storyline. That’s regarding the main story, because we can still expect at least two large DLC campaigns to be coming our way – the first of which is now upon us. Continue reading “The Witcher – Hearts of Stone review (PC)”

The Age of Decadence review (PC)

The Age of Decadence is an RPG in the true sense of the word. Or three words. It’s a genre that we commonly associate with action RPGs these days – with franchises like The Witcher, The Elder Scrolls and Final Fantasy all featuring their own blend of combat. In those games, combat is actually a prerequisite for success, and something you’ll engage in often so you can level up your skills and face tougher enemies later on. Not so in The Age of Decadence – here, story development takes center stage, and not stat building. Continue reading “The Age of Decadence review (PC)”