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DSOGaming – Syberia 3 Review

Posted on: 19 Jun 2017

Fifteen minutes into Syberia 3, the third game of Benoit Sokal’s vision of a girl travelling to a charming world of talking automatons, you notice that something is really wrong. You think that you fell into a wormhole, went back into time and are playing a game that was released ten years ago. Lip-syncing is … Continue reading DSOGaming – Syberia 3 Review

DSOGaming – Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III Review

Posted on: 22 May 2017

The Warhammer 40K setting (originally a table-top game born in 1987) is one of those universally revered things; even if it’s not your cup of tea, you have to respect its history, its character, the fans, the legacy. That makes it extra embarrassing for pretty much everyone when something awkward happens or when there are … Continue reading DSOGaming – Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War III Review

DSOGaming – Full Throttle Remastered Review

Posted on: 01 May 2017

Have you ever used the ‘you had to be there’ expression when you complete a narrative and you only draw blank expressions from your audience? This is the case with Full Throttle, the remastered edition.

DSOGaming – Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

Posted on: 28 Feb 2017

Anarchist automatons, phantasmal prophets, amorphous aliens, noncorporeal entities, mutant magicians, demonic doomsayers and amorous apparitions; things that are, things that could have been, things that exist in different dimensions; cannibalistic cults, ultra planar cemeteries, endless religious wars, bulging biocities that spew forth portals and children that play with gods. Torment: Tides of Numenera introduces one … Continue reading DSOGaming – Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

DSOGaming – Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun Review

Posted on: 11 Feb 2017

Once upon a time, someone coined the phrase ‘Oblivion with Guns’ for Fallout 3 and some of you might even remember the ‘Orcs in Space’ label that was initially used for StarCraft. With Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, a lot of ‘Desperados in Japan’ is being thrown around. This is not a good thing.

DSOGaming – 8-bit Invaders! Review

Posted on: 29 Jan 2017

Petroglyph is already known for its blocky, retro-styled RTS games (Armies and Hordes) and with 8-bit Invaders! that makes the leap into a more space setting, this informal triptych is complete.

DSOGaming – Tyranny Review

Posted on: 24 Nov 2016

After a 400-year war, Kyros the Overlord has almost united the realm of Terratus under his iron fist. But is (s)he a truly nefarious god-like entity? When is a conqueror evil? Aren’t most civilized countries on our planet soaked in the blood of their original inhabitants? Aren’t massacring megalomaniacs hailed as honorable heroes in famous … Continue reading DSOGaming – Tyranny Review

DSOGaming- Sky Break Review

Posted on: 07 Nov 2016

Sky Break will not rock your world, nor will it test your skills and (w)rack your brain. It’s one of those pleasant, casual, carefree action games which, were it not for the unique sight of peaceful, grazing herds of mech-ostriches, would offer a more forgettable experience.

DSOGaming – Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator Review

Posted on: 01 Nov 2016

If you are like me and immediately thought of Monkey Island’s famous insult duels when reading the title ‘Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator’, then you are pretty much on the money. Two lingua-dualists pick turns and choose parts of speech (verbs, nouns, conjunctions and short phrases) from a shared pool. The goal is to form a long … Continue reading DSOGaming – Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator Review

DSOGaming – BossConstructor Review

Posted on: 30 Oct 2016

As the name implies, Boss Constructor gives you the tools to create a spacecraft that can range from a simple pod to a gigantic Boss spacemachine of destruction… and then have fun with it in small combat maps.