Category Archives: PC Reviews

The Sims 4: Snowy Escape Review – Worth the Wait

By | 18/11/2020

  The Sims 4: Snowy Escape adds tons of new content for your Sims including large-scale outdoor activities and Japanese-inspired interactions, items and decor. Snowy Escape is the 10th expansion pack of the 4th generation of the evergreen The Sims series. Currently, The Sims 4 has many amazing expansion packs to choose from. While some… Read More »

Star Wars: Squadrons Single-Player Review

By | 09/10/2020

  Star Wars: Squadrons single-player offers a fun mix of space simulation battles from both sides of the war including X-Wings and TIE Fighters. The game does have a multiplayer component but this Star Wars: Squadrons review focuses on the single-player campaign. Developed by Motive Studios and published by Electronic Arts, Squadrons has been a… Read More »

Top 10 Best Police Games on PC

By | 18/09/2020

  Whether it’s the action-packed shoot’em up scenes or the clever investigations and whodunnit storylines, police games are always popular so here’s a rundown of some of the best police games on PC. There are tonnes of great aspects of police games that have been enticing fans for decades. Thanks to free streaming platforms such… Read More »

Marvel’s Avengers Game Review (PS4) – Fun yet Buggy and Repetitive

By | 09/09/2020

  Our Marvel’s Avengers Game review found the highly anticipated title to be a fun and true to Marvel game but it’s not without its issues. Developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by games industry veterans Square Enix, the game has been released to very mixed reactions. Currently, the game’s Metacritic score sits at 70%,… Read More »

Fast & Furious Crossroads Review – Will Make You Furious, Very Fast

By | 12/08/2020

  It’s been a long time coming and good use of officially licensed movie components still might not be enough to save this boxy and wooden vehicular combat title. Developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Bandai Namco, the game was released to no fanfare at all last week. While it was originally set… Read More »

Disintegration Game Review – Two Games in One with Each Fighting for Control

By | 23/06/2020

  Disintegration Game Review – a fun strategy shooter from the co-creator of Halo that tries to be two genres in one, yet while being great in each, misses its original goal. Once in awhile a game comes along that does away with tradition and tries to do its own thing. Disintegration is one of… Read More »

DOOM Eternal: The Review – A New Genre is Born

By | 27/03/2020

  DOOM Eternal: The Review – Battling a horde of demons will take brains and brawn as you fight for survival in a truly cerebral shooter, as the Survival Action genre is born. NOTE: This article may contain content that is unsuitable for children, sufferers of heart conditions or those with a nervous predisposition. Back… Read More »

Major 2020 Delayed Game Release Dates

By | 22/01/2020

  With 2020 set to be a great year for gaming, there is some bad news concerning many delayed game release dates including some of the most anticipated PS4 titles. The new year was supposed to be full of promise with Q1 and Q2 set for several major video game releases including many awaited triple-A… Read More »

The Sims 4: Discover University Review

By | 18/11/2019

  Packed with a ton of new features, The Sims 4: Discover University gets your Young Adult Sims out on their own for an education and despite its excellent new gameplay suffers from some balancing issues. After much excitement and high anticipation, the next chapter in The Sims 4 is finally here. The Sims 4:… Read More »

Gears of War 5 for Xbox One (Gears 5) Review – A Good Game with an Identity Crisis

By | 21/09/2019

  As the first Q4 releases begin, Gears of War 5 for Xbox One (Gears 5) makes an appearance with some typical GoW action, refined multiplayer and some surprises. ChartX Games feels that it is important to get real opinions on the games that we feature. Please let me know in the comments section below… Read More »