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Airborne Kingdom Review - A simple and addicting desert crossing

The first title of The Wandering Band LLC studio, Airborne Kingdom had something to charm with its exotic allure and its particular artistic direction. Mixture of city-builder and exploration game, this indie title lets you roam the desert in complete freedom aboard a flying fortress of your own making.  Now is the time to see if this surprise at the end of 2020 is a good one or if, conversely, the experience is not as pleasant as we would have liked. So what I did, I played  Airborne Kingdom  on PC witch is also available on the Epic Games store using a publisher version.  The review was completed in about ten hours of play which allowed me to finish the campaign while taking my time.  Airborne Kingdom  was tested on a PC with 16 GB of RAM, an RX Vega 56 and an AMD Ryzen 5 2600 running at 3.40 GHz with the graphics settings adjusted to maximum. A dreamlike journey full of charm Necessary to turn around the port and let's talk about what is obvious: the artistic direction is obvi

Project Wingman Review - An Animated Flight Simulator

The desire to play a game that does justice to fighter jets is always matched by the reluctance to import a full HOTAS setup from Belarus. Are there any intermediate games that we can enjoy? Not really. But when it comes to Gen 4 arcade combat action, there's Project Wingman . The game takes place on our own Green Earth. But make no mistake - we're emulating Ace Combat here, and that means building incredible levels of animated nonsense, including Earth having undergone a massive tectonic upheaval 400 years ago. The reconstructed world is powered by geothermal energy - abundant in the Federation that has settled around the Ring of Fire. Cascadia, a nation best described as "the west coast has literally broken apart and is now a country," wants to secede. You are Monarch, the best mercenary in the Sicario outfit, and you are going through this mess for fame and money. For some reason, everyone still uses fighter jets designed over 450 years ago. The comparison to Ace C

Per Aspera Review - A Very Good Narrative Planetary Management Game That Lacks Accessibility

After being approached for a preview in October, Per Aspera has been released on Thursday, December 3 on PC. Convincing during the first hours of its Campaign mode, in particular thanks to rich and complete gameplay. Does the title manages to do the same in the long term? Answer in this game review carried out on a PC with 8 GB of RAM and equipped with an Intel Core i5-9400F (2.9 GHz) processor and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060. The game ran in configuration Fantastic throughout the testing phase. This lasted about 40 hours, the time necessary to take full advantage of what the title had to offer, mainly in the context of its Campaign mode on “Normal” difficulty. Taking place in a future halfway between science fiction and what comes as close as possible to reality, a few hundred years after our era, Per Aspera allows you to embody AMI, the Artificial Consciousness of Mars. Designed as part of a special project of the ISA, the International Space Agency, its mission is to terraform the

Partisans 1941 Review - Not Yet The Commandos We Expected!!!

While the Germans of Mimimi Games have put the tactical infiltration game back on the front of the stage, here is a Russian studio embarks on a form of opposition with Partisans 1941 . On the menu, a game that is very reminiscent of the venerable Commandos in which Russian resistance fighters resist the German army on the eastern front. Like a symbol. To the east, there is also a History In June 1941, Nazi Germany launched a lightning strike against Russian troops. They are forced to withdraw to the border, leaving behind many prisoners and a people distraught at the advancing German army. This is where we meet Commander Zorin who, after escaping the awaiting summary execution and finding some companions, decides to stay behind enemy lines to organize resistance there. But of course, when your troops consist of two men and a kid, you have to play smart and avoid fighting as much as possible. Or at least try. Unknown soldiers We can say that Partisans 1941 is casting a wide net when it

Squad Review - A Reference In Tactical FPS

Squad had been in early access on Steam since December 2015. 5 years later, this large-scale tactical FPS is coming to version 1.0 casually. A release that was eventually accompanied by the 50 vs 50 clashes that were one of the initial promises of the developers, Offworld Industries . The players liked to criticize the slowness of development, the promises not always kept, or the many optimization concerns. Yet despite its flaws and its sometimes chaotic journey, Squad is one of the best first-person shooters of its kind, without being as heady as Arma and far removed from the arcade feel of a Battlefield. Squad isn't for everyone. Sometimes slow, sometimes fast, sometimes frustrating, sometimes epic: a calm patrol through the streets of Fallujah can suddenly turn into an action scene like The Fall of the Black Falcon . A story generator After establishing a fortified position to the south near a crossroads, I waited 20 minutes in ambush. Our squad leader was hoping to catch th

Noita Review - Game Of Exploration And Experimentation

A true game-world, this little brother of "Spelunky" pushes simulation so far that it manages to make people forget that there is a creator behind the creation. A year ago, after spending twenty-five hours on a working version of Noita , it seemed clear to me that it was, already as it is, one of the best games of the year 2019. Version "1.0", that is to say, a priori definitive is available since October 15 on PC and confirms us in the idea that it could also be one of the games to remember from the year 2020. Brilliantly unpredictable game and yet obeying very precise physical rules (those of our world), a fascinating blank page stretched as much to the explorer as to the alchemist in us, Noita in version 1.0 is still as stunning as it was a year ago. Let's just add that it has since been enriched with many new magical effects with which to tinker, new segments of the world to visit, and new wands (like the formidable and almost too powerful ones that cause a

Crusader Kings III Review - Long live the new king of historic strategy

The Empress Hamam has done great things during her 71 years. Coming from a small tribe of what would be modern Sudan (east of Africa), she reintroduced the organized worship of the ancient Egyptian gods and cemented the authority of a new dynasty of Pharaohs in the valley of the Medieval Nile, ending centuries of foreign rule. However, her pride in life was her 12 children, some of whom had lived as full rulers. Raising so many children can be stressful, it is true, which made her sink into a penchant for alcohol and glitzy parties, further improving her image with her friendliest subjects. And this is just one of the countless human stories that have emerged from over 100 hours spent on Crusader Kings 3 . The marriage of the personal dimension and the politics, of the greatness and intimacy, is absolutely glorious. Crusader Kings has always been a series about individual characters and how their interactions shape history and this third installment finds new and intriguing ways to sh

Top 10 Free Video Games For PC That You Can Download or Play-To-Free In 2020

It is well known that many Internet users love everything that deals with free stuff, especially when it comes to downloading applications for their PC or tablet, but yet, there are many people out there who are actively looking for free games to download. We call these games Free-To-Play. So I've decided to put a list of the best 10 free games available for download with ZERO cost. Now, this is my own opinion on the subject, but i think this could be the 10 best free games, which you can download for your PC, and most of them are quality games of all kinds including FPS (First Person Shooter), RPG, fighting games, simulation, sports games and many more. So are you ready? If so, then we can start. Rogue Company This is the latest from HiRez Studio witch already given us games like Paladin, Smite, and Realm Royale. Rogue Company is a third-person shooter game played as a team. This is one of the best free action-packed game with great sounds and graphics that puts the fate of the wo