Antihero – Digital Board Game

Merry old London: a capital of the empire where the sun never sets. A bright beacon of civilization, art, and culture. However, if in the Victorian times you’d stray from its brightly lit streets into Whitechapel, Spitalfields or, god forbid, The Old Nichols, you’d see an entirely different picture. Crime-infested slums with London’s trademark polluted […]

Get ready to spend Five Nights at Freddy’s

Horror genre was always good at turning completely innocent things into the objects of fear. Just remember, for example, Child’s Play (1988) and a doll possessed by the serial killer’s soul that starts the killing spree. Video game series Five Nights at Freddy’s (or as fans like to shorten it – FNaF) certainly does that by turning the epitome of […]

Old Man’s Journey Review

There are games that are created to stimulate your reflexes, sense of adventure, intellect, even to simply kill your time. Titles that are capable of provoking your emotions, even slightly, are preciously rare, and those that are designed specifically for that purpose (and manage to succeed in it without spiraling into sickly-sweet sentimentality) are nothing […]

Dungeon Hunter

Dungeon Hunter Champions Review

If you’re a fan of mobile RPGs, Gameloft’s Dungeon Hunter series certainly hasn’t escaped your radar. Dungeon Hunter Champions, the latest installment of this renowned mobile franchise is a curious mash-up of different genres, from classic loot-driven action RPGs, through PvE, to MOBA games. Although RPG purists will undoubtedly interpret this tendency as an omen […]