Articles written by Stephen Palmer (Page 3)
Putting the puzzles back in Tomb Raider
December 12, 2016 - Following in the sneaky footsteps of Hitman's Agent 47, Lara Croft GO is the next entry in Square Enix's mobile series of spin-offs to make its way to PlayStation 4. However, does the home console version justify the higher price tag?
Read more: Lara Croft GO Review
Hands-on with online dino survival
December 10, 2016 - After extensive early access periods on both PC and Xbox One, Ark: Survival Evolved finally comes to PlayStation 4. Is this still-unfinished game worth picking up ahead of its final release date in the spring?
Read more: Ark: Survival Evolved Still Needs to Evolve
The seminal horror series creeps its way onto PlayStation 4
November 29, 2016 - This compilation brings together all three Amnesia titles into one terrifying package. Is it worth your time and sanity, or should you hide in a cupboard and wait for it to move on?
Read more: Amnesia Collection Review
Like counting sheep
November 10, 2016 - Another year, another iteration of the unusually popular Farming Simulator series. Time to get in your tractor and drive up and down your bountiful crops for ages!
Read more: Farming Simulator 17 Review
October 10, 2016 - Rogue Stormers is a 2D roguelike co-op shooter that's designed to be enjoyed with friends. It's a shame that no one's playing it...
Read more: Rogue Stormers Review
A bit of a truck up
October 8, 2016 - Clustertruck is a simple game that looks like a lot of fun at first glance. But, does it deliver the goods or crash and burn?
Read more: Clustertruck Review
October 3, 2016 - Dead Synchronicity mixes classic point and click gameplay with a mature dystopian setting. But, does it craft a compelling combination?
Read more: Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today Review
A comedy of errors
September 20, 2016 - I was quite looking forward to playing Zenith. At first glance, it looked like it might be something along the lines of a Baldur's Gate or Dungeon Siege. Boy, was I in for a disappointment.
Read more: Zenith Review
Bringing full motion video back from the dead
September 20, 2016 - Live action point and click games are a rare breed these days, especially on consoles. Can The Bunker revitalize a long-forgotten genre?
Read more: The Bunker Review
The original walking sim returns
September 20, 2016 - Originally released on PC in 2012, Dear Esther was the first game to earn the rather unflattering moniker of walking simulator. Love them or hate them, walking sims are now a burgeoning genre. But how does the original hold up today?
Read more: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Review