A point and click adventure that has glimpses of ingenuity, The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav is an otherwise mundane adventure. The Finger Guns Review.
A tackle-in-any-order action brawler with roguelike elements, Gods Will Fall tasks a band of shipwrecked warriors with bringing down ten corrupt deities. But is it set to become legend, or doomed to fade into myth? The Finger Guns Review:
A change of scenery for the long-standing Wasteland series, which opens up into a massive, richly detailed tactical RPG. The question is, will you go it alone or get some help along the way? The Finger Guns review:
Windbound looks like Zelda, but plays as a rogue-lite survival crafting game. Do not judge this game by its cutesy graphics. The Finger Guns Review:
A plethora of visual improvements mean there’s still some explosive laughs to be had in Saints Row: The Third Remastered, despite it showing its age elsewhere. The Finger Guns Review.
On the surface, Maneater looks like an action game with everyone’s biggest sea phobia. But dive deeper and there’s a decent RPG element to it too. But is trawling the ocean floor and eating everything in sight a joy to play…? The Finger Guns Review;