"Risk life and limb fighting mercenaries, for the chance to handle hazardous materials!" Not the most convincing job advert around, but one GamesFiends answered anyway to look at Mordheim: City of the Damned.
GamesFiends get behind the wheel of VooFoo Studios' newly released arcade racer.
As I worked my way through the first 10-20 minutes or so of We Happy Few, it felt a lot like an homage to the BioShock series. Instead of being set in an underwater city or one floating through the sky, his one set in a psyched...
Worms WMD launches itself into the mainstream again with a dedication to their glory days of Worms Armageddon. Everything is put together very well and fans of the franchise will cherish it. It seems built specifically for larg...
Bottom line is, Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a solid and enjoyable game for everyone to enjoy, doubly-so for Star Wars fans. It does just enough to engage the long-term players of this franchise but doesn’t push anythin...
A game that feels like a passion project someone lost interest in near the end. Levels are reused to an insulting degree and everything looks like a Commodore 64 controller. Open world races might have offered something if ther...
GamesFiends steps into the shoes of the great sleuth himself – does justice have a chance?
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