Front Office Football Seven Review and System Requirements

GameInfo: Front Office Football Seven is the seventh installment of Solecismic Software’s award-winning professional football simulation.

Review: I’ve probably logged more hours on the Front Office Football series than the Civilization series. It may seem daunting at first but you can play and win with varying degrees of input. If you just want to be a general manager, you can let your staff handle all of the gameplanning and you can still do well. If you just want to coach, you can do that to. While it may not be the prettiest, it has everything you want to make a fun and deep football experience.

Rating: 78/100

Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: 1024×768 Display
Hard Drive: 183 MB available space
Additional Notes: saved games require about 30MB, plus another 30MB per season

Genre: Indie, Simulation, Sports, Strategy
Developer: Solecismic Software
Publisher: Solecismic Software
Release Date: 21 Nov, 2014

Dying Light Mini Review and Screenshots for PC

Opinion after 5 hours of playing:

I can sure say this was worth the wait and it isn’t overrated. To sum this game up, take Dead Island, add parkour & make improvements on the game.

So positives:

+Beautiful Graphics
+Parkour works perfectly
+Combat is fun
+Variety of enemies
+Zombie kills are satisfying
+Story is interesting
+Nighttime is intense
+Crafting on the spot
+Nice skill trees
+Place is enjoyable to explore

Obviously the positives easily outweigh the negatives but anywho.

-Some stuttering & FPS issues
-Won’t run in fullscreen
-Can only fix a weapon 3 times? (Comment if there is anyway to fix it over 3 times)

Verdict: 84/100
Testing System:
GTX 760 2gb

Video settings 1
Video settings 2

GTX 760 2GB 
i7 4790k 4.4ghz
16gb 1800mhz ram  

min 24 – max 62fps

Robotex Mini Review

We all remember Wall-E: that lovable, hard-working droid left alone to clean up a severely polluted Earth while humanity relaxed in outer space. But how would it look if we inverted the premise? What if we sent a lone robot to find us a new home on another planet while recklessly destroying the environment in anticipation of our arrival? If Robotex by Brazilian developer YFYX GAMES is anything to go by, it’d kinda suck.

The game is an auto-scrolling runner/platformer hybrid. You take control of a single robot with a jetpack and a missile launcher. Dropped into a hostile ecosystem with poorly-indicated obstacles and
enemies, our mechanical friend has to dodge assorted hazards and kill the local fauna.

Though appearing on the PC and Mac, the game is quite clearly designed with a touchscreen in mind: controls are a simplistic, two-button affair, of which giant indicators appear on the screen upon first play. They’re also rather unwieldy; getting the robot to hover correctly and fire a steady, consistent stream of rockets seems to be more about chance than skill, and navigation soon becomes more of a chore than fun. This, coupled with the almost non-existent music and lacklustre, confusing visuals, makes Robotex one to avoid, even with an asking price of only $2.99.

This a awkward, unwieldy platform-runner is cheap, but still h 60 hardly worth your time.

Verdict: 60/100

Driveclub Review (PS4)

“Driveclub is an ok racer that looks fantastic.”

After months of delays and massive hype we finally got to take Driveclub out for a spin – but is it any good? In a nutshell, it’s OK. Driveclub is one of the best looking racing games we’ve ever seen. The amount of detail given to every car and course is literally mindblowing! This game looks like actual real-life! However, very few of the tracks have actual wow factor and are instead a bit unmemorable. The cars handle well and all feel different from each other. There are plenty of game modes and tracks and the online club features are a great addition and definitely make you want to play with your mates. The game has unfortunately been plagued with server issues that mean actually getting to use these online features have been frustrating at best.

Despite all of this, the game feels a bit stiff and cold. You never feel like you’re going fast even when the speedometer says you are. Getting penalties for corner cutting and bashing other drivers saps some of the fun.

Verdict: Unfortunately, for all the dazzling looks there’s never a moment when you feel wowed by the game. even when you’re blazing at top speed, it never feels as fast or exciting as other racers like forza. driveclub is an ok racer that looks fantastic.

Rating: 70/100

Bike Rivals Review (android)

If you’re a fan of the Trials games (we totally are) then you’ll love this free physicsbased racer! This is basically Trials Lite – just as addictive but not as nice looking.

The controls work well – tilt to lean and touch the screen to accelerate/brake. The levels are varied and the obstacles are inventive. Keeping your rider alive has never been so tricky!


Radial-G : Racing Revolved Review and more

GameInfo: Climb into the cockpit of a futuristic race craft and tear up the anti-gravity track. Offering single & multi-player action, Radial-G delivers full immersion racing on tubular tracks featuring gut-wrenching twists, jumps, splits & unique inverted racing. Also supports Oculus VR.

Review: Great game, sorta like F-Zero except instead of being on a flat 2-dimensionalish track, you are on a round snake like track which you are free to move and rotate around. Sorta think of a monorail which you can move freely around. Unlike a standard racing track which you may slam against a side wall or guardrail, you are able to rotate freely around the track, allowing for a huge amount of racing space. This creates a need for “driving” skill since unlike a traditional raceway there tends to be very little bottlenecking where you can fight aggressively against your opponents.

Instead, you have to focus on maneuvering around the track, dodging slowdown shields and trying to hit every booster you can, in order to get your highest possible speed.

In it’s current state, the game is very fun and feels polished, but there are few tracks and ships to choose from, which is to be expected from an early access title. Due to the lack of “content” at this point, the races can become very repetitive. As the game updates however, we should expect to see more added content, adding for a more unique experience each race.

If you are looking for a racer in which you can immerse yourself, and spend hours playing, look elsewhere for the moment. If you are willing to take the slight lack of content built on top of a quality core and give it a test drive, this is a great title to look into.

I personally look forward to keeping up with updates and trying out the new features as the game becomes more immersive with features, and hope others are willing to do the same.
Verdict: 79/100

System Requirements

OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.4Ghz or AMD Athlon X2 5400+
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000 / AMD HD2600 / NVIDIA Geforce 8600
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Sound Card: Direct X Compatible
Additional Notes: This is for 2D standard version, VR version higher req as per Oculus standards

OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core i5/AMD Bulldozer
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel Graphics 5200 / AMD HD6000 Series / Nvidia GTX500 Series minimum 1GB RAM
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Sound Card: Direct X Compatible
Additional Notes: This is for 2D standard version, VR version higher req as per Oculus standards

Genre: Indie, Racing, Early Access
Developer: Tammeka Games
Publisher: Tammeka Games
Release Date: 11 Dec, 2014

The King of Fighters ’98 Ultimate Match Final Edition PC Mini Review and System Requirements

GameInfo: After “KOF ’98”, often praised by the fans as the best installment in the “KOF” series, and “KOF ’98 UM” 10 years later, “KOF ’98” returns now on the Steam PC gaming platform in an ultimate and final version with THE KING OF FIGHTERS ’98 ULTIMATE MATCH FINAL EDITION

Review: Leady. Fight! this is awesome. It has two modes, one with a new interface and another Neo-Geo mode that is original complete with demo just like the cabinet game. If you have a widescreen the game displays properly in 4:3 aspect ratio, leaving a border around the game. Works great with that mass murderers xbox controller. Select Terry Bogard and Have a POWER CHUCK! I mean CHARGE!
Verdict: 85/100

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.8GHz dual core
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: Onboard graphics chipset with 256MB video RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectSound

Myths Of Orion Mini Review and more

GameInfo: Even the situation seems hopeless for troubled Realm of Orion, a single person can change its destiny!

Review: A very good hidden object game with challenging puzzles, neat characters, good voice acting, and a clear and engaging central story line. Will be looking for more games from this Croatian developer. Looks like Artifex Mundi has some competition!

Rating: 87/100



OS: WinXP, Vista, 7,8
Processor: 1,6 GHZ
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: 256 MB 3D

Genre: Adventure
Developer: Cateia Games
Publisher: Libredia
Release Date: 3 Dec, 2014

Club Manager 2015 Review and System Requirements

GameInfo: It’s about time. Time for Football! And every good club needs a good manager. In Club Manager 2015 you slip into the role of an up-and-coming football manager. Developed in the homeland of the current World Champions – Germany.

Review: Very basic game with only one league

When it says you can set up your own club you – however this club will have 500,000 on the bank and absolutley no players so it’s no use at all to set up your own club

Match engine very poor and repetitive to say the least.

Price not worth it and you can get better games for less

Rating: 50/100

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 98
Processor: Single Core 1GHz
Memory: 512 MB RAM
Graphics: 32MB Ram Graphics Card
DirectX: Version 9.0
Hard Drive: 2 GB available space

OS: Windows 7
Processor: Dual Core 2GHz
Memory: 1024 MB RAM
Graphics: 128MB Ram Graphics Card
DirectX: Version 10
Hard Drive: 2 GB available space


Guilty Gear X2 #Reload Overview (Synopsis)

Gamers gear up and get back to the battle in this 2004 edition of the cult-popular 2D fighting series. This Xbox “#Reload” of Guilty Gear features more than 20 playable characters, nine modes of play, and full support for multiplayer matches over the Xbox Live service. Like earlier games in the series, this edition of Guilty Gear is defined by fast-action fighting, precision control, over-the-top characters, and flashy special effects.

In the 22nd century, a new form of energy is discovered; it’s potential for solving the world’s troubles is so great that it is dubbed simply “magic.” Instead of ending poverty or reducing pollution, however, this magic is used to create deadly weapons called “gears.” In a last-ditch hope to save humanity, a great fighting tournament is staged, to seek out those exceptional men and women strong enough to defeat the deadly gears in battle.

Rating: 69/100