Haimrik

In an endless stream of new games which copy one another and follow a safe path – making that which sells, we rarely ever have the chance to get something new and innovative. If that ever happens, then everyone immediately starts copying it and it soon loses its allure. It was so with Battle Royale […]

Blitz Brigade

Blitz Brigade

Whenever people talk about Gameloft, it turns into a discussion about their tendency to make games that are blatantly and obviously inspired by others. While originality is a pretty important element of a game, it’s less important than entertainment value. This is the case with Blitz Brigade, Gameloft’s multiplayer shooter that looks upon a certain […]

Simple and charming – Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition

Since 1987, we’ve been playing a science fiction and fantasy franchise Final Fantasy created by Hironobu Sakaguchi. This is a series of role-playing video games which later tried other genres like action, massively multiplayer online role-playing, third-person shooter and other. Thanks to the great reception the game crossed media, so there were anime, manga, novels […]

Grim Fandango

Riddle me this: what’s common between Mexican Day of the Dead, Tim Schafer, Raymond Chandler, Casablanca, George Lucas, film noir, and Tim Burton’s early flicks? I admit, on the first glance, there’s absolutely no conceivable connection between these topics. Still, the older gamers among you had probably sensed a familiar tingling sensation in their synapses […]

Civilization Revolution 2

Civilization Revolution 2 Review

Civilization games are well known to all lovers of good strategy games. The desktop version is more than two decades old, spanning over six iterations over the years, but there’s also the off-shot Revolution series, launched on consoles back in 2008. Revolution boiled down the Civilization formula to its basics, ridding it of elements like civics […]