Game reviews Category

If you LOVE your keyboard (like I do), this is the game for you

100.000 games fans will get their hands on the newest gem from the Danish game developers Triband this week – if they buy the Humble Monthly. The game is called Keyboard Sports and it’s this month’s Humble Original – available until Friday at midnight. I had A LOT of fun playing this Karate-Kid-meets-keyboard-tribute. The better […]

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Hunting zombies in the second-oldest amusement park in the world

Tivoli in Copenhagen has launched an augmented reality game for their Halloween-themed autumn season. You are attacked by hordes of zombies between the carousels and joyrides of the old amusement park. It’s a lot more fun than Pokémon Go – and playable until November 6th. My review (in Danish) here: Tivolis nye forlystelse kan kun prøves via […]

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This VR game is a cosmic experience

This (below) is what the Land’s End area in San Francisco actually looks like (when you stand on halfway down the stairs, with a iPhone): Yes, I know, it looks like a magical adventure puzzle, like Myst. But Land’s End is also the name of a virtual reality game made by the magnificent studio UsTwo […]

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The new Danish game Inside is a nightmarish masterpiece

I took tons of screenshots while playing the new game Inside by Playdead – the Danish game studio that released Limbo 6 years ago. And there are plenty darker pictures of ominous events that I would like to have posted here and in my review. But they would sort of be spoilers, so I will make […]

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“The PC is the LSD of the 90s”

FINALLY I got the chance to quote Timothy Leary in one of my game reviews. Two decades ago he said “The PC is the LSD of the 90s”. I have the quote marked out with a neon yellow pen in one of my old The Face magazines from around 1992. If he only knew what […]

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Survival and sightseeing in the Stone Age

I didn’t expect struggling for survival in the Stone Age would be this much fun. BUT IT TOTALLY IS! I’m giving 5 starts to Ubisoft’s Far Cry Primal in my review. You can google translate it here: Smuk og brutal stenalderaction

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Best Nordic mobile game of 2011 is back – with a follow-up

“Axe in Face” won the title as Best Nordic Mobile game in 2011. The original Axe in Face game was created by the 25 year-old Glen Würtz Christiansen and became a world-wide success with thousands of daily downloads. The follow-up – Axe in Face 2 – has now been released, and it’s just as fun and […]

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The hottest game character in the world

Nathan Drake is the main character of the Uncharted-series – the action-packed from developers Naughty Dog. He is, without contest, the most charming and handsome computer game character ever made – and his pleasing, pixelated frame has now been updated in an awesome remake of the three games in the series, rereleased as Uncharted: The […]

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Cultivate what matters. Cut away the rest.

The zen-like iPhone game Prune is “a digital bonsai tree in your pocket”. It is made by Joel McDonald, who worked seven years for Raven Software (the studio behind action-packed shooters like “Call of Duty” and “Wolfenstein”. And yes, it’s about cutting and trimming a digital tree, so that it can grow and survive in […]

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Will this game hypnotize 700 million fans all over again?

The Danish company who made the global mobile hit Subway Surfers has released a new game: Blades of Brim. It’s an endless runner, too, but this time in a fantasy setting. I like purple one-eyed monsters, sure, but I started out missing the original environment of Subway Surfers a little bit while getting into the game. But! – […]

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