Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters review (PC)

Publisher Frontier Foundry is continuing to diversify their library with Warhammer 40K: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters, a Warhammer-themed take on the XCOM formula that’s currently exclusive to PCs. It was developed by Complex Games, and here are our thoughts on it. Continue reading “Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters review (PC)”

The Matrix Resurrections review (4K)

Almost twenty years after the original trilogy wrapped up, The Matrix was revived with the aptly titles The Matrix Resurrections. Because of the ongoing pandemic the launch wasn’t the cinema-only experience that happened with the first films, instead launching simultaneously on HBO Max as well for home viewing. It was one of the of most eagerly anticipated films during the holiday season, and now it’s out on 4K BluRay as well, offering excellent video, audio and a host of special features. Time for a closer look. Continue reading “The Matrix Resurrections review (4K)”

Release roundup: Dandy & Randy DX, This War of Mine & Cozy Grove DLC

We’re gathering up three very different releases this time, with a review of Dandy & Randy DX, a look at a new version of This War of Mine and a return to Cozy Grove with some additional DLC. Continue reading “Release roundup: Dandy & Randy DX, This War of Mine & Cozy Grove DLC”

Splendor review

What’s a typical gift for Mother’s Day? Candy? Flowers? Perhaps even jewellery? But if she’s not into those things, you could give her the gift of time spent together while playing a board game – while still tying in that jewellery. Enter Splendor, a popular card-based board game that released back in 2014 where up to four players strive to become successful gem merchants in the Renaissance era. Continue reading “Splendor review”