Isentropic checks out the environmentally friendly indie game, Project AURA.
Isentropic embarks on a literary journey through the stunning, illustrated levels of Elegy For A Dead World.
Join Isentropic as he travels into deep space in Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth.
Brett reviews the Xbox One exclusive, Sunset Overdrive. Is it as awesome as it looks? Of course it freakin' is!!!
Brett gets stealthy in his review of Alien: Isolation.
TEAM INDIE stars all your favourite independent game characters... and cats!!!
We review Wasteland 2, the sequel to the 1988 post-apocalyptic RPG hit that started it all.
Isentropic reviews the independent, space-time musical adventure, Boo Bunny Plague!
Aarghhh! Isentropic reviews the pirate RPG from Deep Silver and Piranha Bites, 'Risen 3: Titan Lords'.
Was Curse of Naxxramas worth the price of admission? Find out as Isentropic takes a look at the final three quarters and faces of against Kel'Thuzad!
Brett takes a look at the new visuals of The Last Of Us, remastered for the PS4.
Proving that video games can be art, Isentropic takes us through the artful world of Mind: Path to Thalamus.
We take a look at the Arachnid and Plague Quarters of Curse of Naxxramas: A Hearthstone Adventure.
Isentropic reviews the 2D Zombie Action-Platformer, Three Dead Zed.
Isentropic punches some bears in the greatest time-travelling-lumberjack-em-up of all time. FIST OF AWESOME!
Isentropic reviews the WW2 First Person Shooter from CI Games, Enemy Front.
Brett reviews the supernatural detective story from Airtight Games, Murdered: Soul Suspect.
Isentropic reviews the free-to-play strategy game, Aerena: Clash of Champions.
Watch our review of the cinematic puzzle platformer, Monochroma.
Lionsgate has given us our first look at The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 at their new website TheHungerGamesExclusive.com.
Brett reviews the 'thrown-together', lacklustre movie tie-in.
Isentropic reviews Blizzard's free-to-play strategy card game 'Hearthstone'.
Brett reviews the final DLC for Bioshock Infinite and Irrational Games - 'Burial At Sea: Episodes One & Two'.
Irrational Games, the studio behind the hugely successful Bioshock franchise are closing their doors.