About: Mathieu Renaudat

Website: DSOGaming :
Bio: Half French and Half Italian, he loves videogames since he was a little child. Year after year, he learnt to love retrogames in general, point and click adventures and narrative games. He actually plays on PC and, apart from gaming, he loves to teach the others the benefits of the bidet.

Posts by Mathieu Renaudat:

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – Review

Posted on: 20 Jul 2018

Crash Bandicoot, the lovable late 1990’s creature and video game series, has now spun its way out of the blocky polygon past and into 2018 in full remake fashion. This newly-branded N. Sane Trilogy features beautiful graphics, excellent PC performance, and all the still-maddening old-school jumping mechanics one could ever want!

Gray Dawn – Review

Posted on: 23 Jun 2018

Look, I am your father. Father Abraham. Just a fistful of years ago, adventure games and/or point and click adventures seemed they were at the end of their tether, apart from just a small selection of exceptions which could make the genre resurface for a few moments and a few people. Today, instead, adventure games … Continue reading Gray Dawn – Review

The Piano – Review

Posted on: 15 Jun 2018

There was a time, during the 80s, where an Italo-Disco song became a worldwide hit with the following lyrics: “remember that piano, so delightful, unusual”. And that’s the Italian song that comes to my mind before discovering what lies in this game. Unfortunately, despite of my expectations, this game is interesting but not delightful at … Continue reading The Piano – Review