Category Archives: Reviews

DSOGaming – Battlefield Hardline Multiplayer Review

Battlefield: Hardline is as it is, another game in a long series of games and although the cops vs robbers approach is different from what Battlefield gamers are used to, the game still feels so familiar. Hardline is a little too familiar for my liking and I often found playing it to be almost a chore. Continue reading DSOGaming – Battlefield Hardline Multiplayer Review

Unstoppable Gorg Review

Futuremark is a talented studio. Although their first game, Shattered Horizon, didn’t meet a commercial success and its fan base was really small, it was amazing, addictive and full of great ideas. Needless to say that I was excited when I heard that the company was preparing a new game. But when I found out that Unstoppable Gorg would be a Tower Defense game, I got disappointed. And when I got the chance to,actually play it, I liked and enjoyed it, even though I’m not a fan of this genre. You see, most of the Tower Defense games require a ‘trial and error’ approach and… well… I hate that. And although this approach is pretty evident at the later levels of Unstoppable Gorg, it’s still a lot of fun. Continue reading Unstoppable Gorg Review

Hard Reset PC Review

Hard Reset’s preview code was great, that is something we have to admit. However, there was a big concern while playing it; could a company announce and release so quickly a highly polished game? Apparently not as Hard Reset is plagued by two major issues that have a negative impact to the whole gaming experience. It ends before it even starts and there is a limited type of enemies. Continue reading Hard Reset PC Review

Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC Review

Let’s get one thing straight from the beginning. Ladies and gentlemen, here is our GOTY 2011 (well… at least so far). Deus Ex: Human Revolution is exactly what all Deus Ex fans have been waiting for. It provides you with the ability to complete every single mission the way you want to. It features a classic inventory system, has lots of augmentations and Easter eggs and its level design is by far the best we’ve seen so far. Is it perfect? Of course not but this doesn’t mean anything as you will agree with us when you get the chance to play it; this is the GOTY 2011. Continue reading Deus Ex: Human Revolution PC Review