Admir Brkic

I play video games from time to time and sometimes they manage to elicit a reaction from me that I can't help but write about them.



Cat Quest II Review

Cat Quest II Developer: The GentlebrosPublisher: PQube LimitedPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed) Release Date: 24 Sept 2019Price: $14,99USD – Available Here Overview The famous Greek philosopher Socrates once said, “There’s no such thing as too many cat-themed games” (just trust me on this one, don’t look it up). And I have to agree with hi...



Spyro Reignited Trilogy Review

Spyro Reignited Trilogy Developer: Toys for Bob, Iron GalaxyPublisher: ActivisionPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed) Release Date: 3 Sept 2019Price: $39,99USD – Available Here $69.95AUD – Available Here Overview I remember the first time I upgraded my PC. It was also the first time I got to play a game in glorious 60 frames per second. Funny enough,...

Solve A Bark Mystery In A Summer with the Shiba Inu

I’ll be honest with you: I’m weak to puns. Good ones, bad ones, horrible ones – they all get a pass in my book. I even tried to sneak one in the article title here (it’s pretty bad, I know). Good puns can sometimes make a decent game even better, which is one of the reasons why I liked Cat Quest so much. Well, the cats had their 5 minutes so now it’s time for dogs to ...



Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Developer: Machine Games, Arkane StudiosPublisher: Bethesda SoftworksPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed)Release Date: 25 Jul 2019Price: $29,99USD – Available Here $69.95AUD – Available Here Overview Wolfenstein games do a marvelous job with toeing the line of serious ad campy. On one hand, you have a game that’s not dra...



Blazing Chrome Review

Blazing Chrome Developer: JoyMasherPublisher: The Arcade CrewPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed) Release Date: 11 July 2019Price: $16.99USD – Available Here Overview A few days ago, I was talking with a friend about the old consoles and we agreed on one thing. Each generation of them is getting progressively smaller and soon enough it will be pretty hard ...



Pagan Online Review

Pagan Online Developer: Mad Head GamesPublisher: Wargaming.netPlatforms: Windows (Reviewed)Release Date: 18 Apr 2019Price: $19.99USD – Available Here Overview 2019 was sure an exciting year. Though, I’m not really sure while I’m writing about it in the past tense since we still have a couple of months left. I’ve played some great AAA releases, nice indie surprises and plowe...



Deathgarden: BLOODHARVEST Review

Deathgarden: BLOODHARVEST Developer: Behaviour DigitalPublisher: Behaviour DigitalPlatforms: Windows (Reviewed) Release Date: 30 May 2019Price: $14.99USD – Available Here Overview Hunter vs Hunted. A common image in most of the action and thriller movies since….well, forever. Sometimes the sides get switched and one becomes the other but the formula stays the same. It’s fairly si...



American Fugitive Review

American Fugitive Developer: Fallen Tree GamesPublisher: Curve DigitalPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed)Release Date: 21 May 2019Price: $19.99USD – Available Here Overview Do you know what slightly irks me with movie releases? When they announce a sequel and it has almost none of the original cast with the tagline of “by the producer/writer of the ...



Sniper Elite V2 Remastered Review

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered Developer: RebellionPublisher: RebellionPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed) Release Date: 14 May 2019Price: $59.99USD – Available Here $69.95AUD – Available Here Overview Sniper Elite franchise feels like it was made specifically for me. I instantly picked Zer0 in Borderlands 2 and if there is ever a skill for stealthy kil...

Gato Roboto Preview

Gato Roboto Developer: doinksoftPublisher: Devolver DigitalPlatform: Switch, PC (Previewed)Release Date: Spring 2019Price: TBA – Available Here There’s no such thing as enough cat games. It’s one of those universal truths where no matter in what situation you say it or when – someone will always agree with you. And how could they not? We can agree and disagree on Earth being flat...



My Time At Portia Review

My Time At Portia Developer: Pathea GamesPublisher: Team 17Platforms: PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, Windows (Reviewed) Release Date: 15 Jan 2019Price: $29.99USD – Available Here Overview After countless hours of planting and farming crops in Stardew Valley, it is time for another agricultural sim. There was always something alluring in the premise of living your day to day life,...

EA Promises a Single-Player Game Without Lootboxes and Microtransactions

It seems a bit late for April Fools’ joke but according to Electronic Arts, it’s definitely real. We only have one tweet to go with and it’s official as it can be. Twitter account for EA Star Wars games said yesterday that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will contain “no microtransactions. No loot boxes. And no, we won’t be adding them. A single-player Star Wars story fo...

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