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:

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy – PC Review

Posted on: 14 Nov 2019

Spyro Reignited Trilogy is a remake of the three original fun-loving, cartoon-like Spyro games, originally created by Insomniac Games in 1998, 1999, and 2000 for the PlayStation. However, before discussing this modern ‘reignited’ collection, I need to go back to the late 1990s and share with you my personal history with Spyro.

Toki Review

Posted on: 05 Sep 2019

Once upon a time during the arcade golden era, numerous games were releasing at a constant pace, each one aiming to captivate young players with pockets full of coins. With so many games to choose from, companies had to distinguish themselves through the latest technologies, custom arcade cabinets, colorful creativity, and other innovative methods.

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Review

Posted on: 09 Apr 2019

It seems like an eternity since I was last called to service as a Division Agent. It was set shortly after Black Friday, 2015, a date that can’t be erased from my memory. This was the first time I was called to save people and even humanity from a mortally dangerous virus unleashed in the … Continue reading Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Review

Hitman 2 Review: It’s a Hit, Man…2

Posted on: 15 Dec 2018

It was many years ago that I first played as Agent 47, and I found the game series interesting but a bit too slow in how you must have the patience to wait for the right moment to kill your designated victim. I know, I know; these are stealth games so they have to be … Continue reading Hitman 2 Review: It’s a Hit, Man…2

Valkyria Chronicles 4 – Review

Posted on: 24 Oct 2018

Nowadays we are often overwhelmed by speed. There’s instant access to the world’s knowledge, and advertising is nearly unavoidable. Sometimes we feel like we can’t truly listen and connect with other people, and maybe we feel like there’s little time for even ourselves.

Kingdom Come Deliverance – New DLCs Gamescom 18 Hands-off

Posted on: 27 Aug 2018

There is no doubt that Kingdom Come Deliverance had a rocky launch, especially after all the pre-release hype surrounding it. Even though the final product is identical to what was shown in its pre-release trailers, it’s still a great game. And thanks to numerous patches, the game got better. Still, it’s not an easy task … Continue reading Kingdom Come Deliverance – New DLCs Gamescom 18 Hands-off

Stormdivers – Gamescom 2018 Preview

Posted on: 26 Aug 2018

Being at Gamescom means to always see something interesting and new, from big and small developers or publishers. Stormdivers, made by Finnish developer HouseMarque, was present in Cologne with a dedicated preview / interview where the developers showed and explained the game to us.

Cuisine Royale – Italian Season Gamescom 2018 Hands-on

Posted on: 26 Aug 2018

Battle royale games and modes are popping up everywhere these days. So as you’d expect, I wasn’t interested at all to see another title which could be similar to all of its competitors. But if there is something I learnt all these years is that I should not judge a book by its cover. And … Continue reading Cuisine Royale – Italian Season Gamescom 2018 Hands-on

War Thunder Helicopter Update – Gamescom 2018 Hands-On

Posted on: 26 Aug 2018

This year we went to Cologne to attend Gamescom and check the titles that will arrive in the next months on PC. One of first titles I got the chance to get my hands on was War Thunder, with its new update dedicated to the inclusion of helicopters.

The Sinking City – Hands-off Gamescom 2018 Preview

Posted on: 25 Aug 2018

I honestly do not know why, but I’m really fascinated by eras I never lived in. Bioshock caught my attention since the first moment I started the game, L.A. Noire was incredible in recreating investigations from the 30s, and Mafia was a masterpieces when it came out.