Ah, I love the smell over burning aircrafts in the morning. Or burning vehicles... or.... well, let's just say I love it when things that aren't mine are burning. Especially when I was the one to set them on fire! Now, don't go calling the police and fire department just yet. There's no need to be frightened, I'm only talking about the video game I played.

The game in question game goes by the name of Taur and is an exciting action-strategy game with a sci-fi setting, developed by Echo Entertainment. I simply love strategy games and when I was strolling around on Steam looking for a cool new game in this genre, I stumbled upon Taur. It stood out for me because of the unique design, so I examined it a bit closer. The game looked cool and I suspected it was really fun to play... and boy, was I right!



  • Two Point Hospital

    Get ready to cure mankind of some of the most unusual diseases we have ever seen in Two Point Hospital! Build your very own institute of health, hire and manage staff, research various hilarious diseases and try to cure them. Oh, and could you try to keep the doctor / nurse romances to a minimum please?

    Two Point Studios & Sega
    PS4 / Switch / Xbox One
    February 25, 2020

  • Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection

    Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection brings together six classic titles in one game: Mega Man Zero 1, 2, 3, and 4, as well as Mega Man ZX and ZX Advent. In addition to the original games, Casual Scenario Mode and a Save-Assist feature are available for those who would like to enjoy the story at their own pace.

    Action / Platform
    PC / PS4 / Switch / Xbox One
    February 25, 2020

  • One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

    One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is an action fighting game set in a universe where threats are daily occurrences and heroes the sole hope against annihilation. Saitama the main protagonist, is a hero that can obliterate even the strongest foes with a single punch, a situation that bothers him to no end...

    Spike Chunsoft Co. Ltd. & Bandai Namco
    PC / PS4 / Xbox One
    February 28, 2020


  • Army of Two: The 40th Day Hello again, dear readers and welcome, yet again, to the Big Red Timemachine. Today, instead of my colleague Dennis "CallMeBackDraft" Aspers, it is I, your pal Sadhonker, who will take you on a trip to rediscover some of the best games of the past. As some of you may remember, things didn't end so well last time...

  • Spelfabriek 2020 On a windy Sunday, halfway through February, my most fearless opponent (our three-year-old son Jayson) and myself went on an excursion of one of Belgium's old coalmines. Now, we didn't go and explore the since a long time abandoned old mine itself; oh no, my dear ladies and gentlefriends, that wouldn't be interesting enough for this AWESOME gaming website. In one of the refurbished installation buildings, there was a small board game get together, organized by the good people of Meeple VZW.

  • Happy Fun Time
    Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
    Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, assorted human beings and other life-forms! You have made it to our Big Red HQ once again, which means our rigorous safety measures have approved your being here. Lucky you!

  • Blair Witch (Physical edition) For last year's Gamescom I contacted Bloober Team about the possibility of being present at the press presentation and demo session of the Blair Witch with the following words: 'We heard about your upcoming game Blair Witch and although I'm already scared to death, I would love to play this game!' And yes, as some of you may know, I got invited! How could you know, you ask? Well, because we told you about it in our Gamescom 2019 Report.

  • Carmageddon Welcome to a new year and, incidentally, a new decade dear fellow time adventurers. And what a new year it is promising to become. No, I'm not talking about all the stuff in the boring real world; I am talking about the world of gaming...

  • Commandos 2 HD Remaster I remember being a strapping young lad of eighteen years old when a game fought its way onto my computer. The name of the game was Commandos and it drew me into a world of tactics, sabotage and fighting against seemingly overwhelming enemy numbers. To do so, I was being put in control of a number of hard-boiled soldiers who obeyed my every command, for better or for worse...

  • Kung Fur Fight The moment is here and now! Finally, the everlasting battle between Cats and Dogs is being decided. Team Cats and Team Dogs are gathering good souls and reliable allies to settle this everlasting conflict in the arena, once and for all. As a dog lover, born in the year of the Dog, you bet I will battle on the side of the loyal Monk Dogs.

  • Kirby's Adventure Well, here we are, ladies and gentlemen; safely back at our Big Red HQ at the start of a brand new year of time travelling adventures! I almost wouldn't be here at all, seeing as how Dennis, in an attempt to save me from what can only be described as being the result of my own folly, got a bit carried away...

  • Potata: Fairy Flower Every now and again, a game is released that just looks too cute to pass up the opportunity to play it. So when I received a mail about the platform game Potata: Fairy Flower, I didn't even need to think twice. I'm sorry for the rest of my crew, but the opportunity to play and review Potata is mine!