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Syndrome on PC – The DVDfever Review

Syndrome is a collaboration between Bigmoon Games & Camel 101, Bigmoon being involved with Lichdom: Battle Mage, Alekhine’s Gun & Jagged Alliance: Back in Action to name a few, while Camel 101 only have one other game under their belt – the real-time-strategy title Mechs & Mercs Black Talons. Iain Metcalf Retro at heart and […]

Quantum Break on PC – The DVDfever Review

Quantum Break is available now on Xbox One, Steam (Direct X11) and Windows 10 Store (DirectX 12),and shows Remedy Games certainly know how to capture the true essence of single-player story-driven games with their earlier titles like Max Payne 1 & 2 and the more recent Alan Wake games. Granted, not the biggest studio out […]

I am Setsuna on PC – The DVDfever Review

I am Setsuna: Tokyo RPG Factory’s first game hails back to days gone by, a time when the Super Nintendo was the in-thing (or SEGA Megadrive in my case!) I am Setsuna is similar in its execution to the older titles that were the norm for that era – ones like Final Fantasy and Chrono […]

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst on PC – The DVDfever Review

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is less a follow-up and more a prequel to 2008’s Mirror’s Edge, and there’s a rather long and overly complex story behind this game which stems back to the time when protaganist Faith Connors was made an orphan a number of years earlier, which DICE have brought to the fore in the […]

Homefront: The Revolution on PC – The DVDfever Review

Homefront: The Revolution is a first-person shooter that isn’t a sequel to 2011’s Homefront but is more like a reboot. Not sure why. Then again, the only question posed at the 2015 reboot of Fantastic Four was “Why?”, although that had an answer – 20th Century Fox were contracted to make three films based on […]

Atari Vault on PC – The DVDfever Review

Atari Vault brings together 100 of their own games from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, 82 on the Atari VCS 2600, and 18 in their original arcade form, including a few in both format. You can’t fault the value of this package – you get 100 games for a penny under 15 quid – that’s […]

Alekhine’s Gun on PC – The DVDfever Review

Alekhine’s Gun – what a strange name for a game. Flashbacks of the Full Metal Jacket chant “” sprang straight to mind. But no, out of interest I did a little research, turns out there is a Chess move named Alekhine’s Gun where your two rooks get stacked in front of your Queen and can […]

Hitman (2016) on PC – The DVDfever Review

Hitman: The baldy bitch-slapping bastard with the big Silver Ballers is back once again like the Renegade Master! This time round, we start off 20 years earlier, taking us back to before the first title, Hitman: Codename 47, but it doesn’t take too long before you’re back in familiar territory. There are so many ways […]

Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition on PC – The DVDfever Review

Dying Light is a game that passed me by upon its original release last year, partly because so many zombie games seem just the same – a never-ending samey hack ‘n’ slash againgst the undead (see Dead Island Riptide), and so it was only when the enhanced edition, known as The Following, was due to […]

Just Cause 3 on PC – The DVDfever Review

Just Cause 3: It’s difficult to know what to say about this game other than – BUY IT! In a year of games glitching upon release, such as Batman: Arkham Knight and I’m still waiting for Call Of Duty: Black Ops III to behave, this title also had frame-rate issues early on, but just over […]

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