Claybook

Claybook Review: Difficult but Rewarding Sandbox

Claybook is a game that takes place in a world made of clay, although it really looks more like Play-Doh. It’s a brightly coloured...

Degrees of Separation Review: A Pretty Puzzler That Brings The Heat (And The Cold)

Degrees of Separation is a co-operative game that centers around the concept of opposites and how harmony can only be achieved through working together,...

Devotion Review: An Emotional, Surreal Experience

Psychological horror is difficult to do well, so when games like Devotion come around, it’s pretty damn special. Despite initially appearing as an average...
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Dusk Review: Gibs and Gore Galore

Dusk is a game that revels in violence as though it was actually from the era whose graphical style it apes. If there's anything...
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Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics Review: Occult Strategy in World War II

Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics is like a stalemate between entertainment and a drag. It’s stimulating to plan out your next move. Unfortunately, waiting for your...

Life is Strange 2 Rules Review: Character Building in Beaver Creek

The second episode of Life is Strange 2, Rules, slowed things down. This episode didn’t cram quite as much into its running time as the...
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Sunless Skies Review: Gothic Space Adventure

Sunless Skies is the latest entry into a series of narrative-driven Gothic role playing games. The game has gone some strange places, both literally...

Pikuniku Review: A Playful Puzzle Platformer With an Edge

Out now on PC and the Switch, Pikuniku is an exploration-based puzzle platformer who's whimsical appearance belies a sinister undercurrent. Developed by Sectordub and...

Spinnortality Review: Helping Tech Destroy the World

Spinnortality is a game that knows what it is good at, it’s currently available on Steam. It finds its own strengths and amplifies them for the...

Double Cross Review: An Interdimensional Platform Adventure That’s Not Complex as it Should be

With its recent launch on Steam and the Switch, 13AM Games' Double Cross is quite the genre blend – a combination of platformer and...

Vane Review: A Beautiful, yet Brief, Transformation of Genres

Much like how Vane’s main character can transform between a bird and a girl, Vane itself transforms genres throughout the course of the four...
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Hive Jump Review: Mediocre Multiplayer-Focused Roguelite

Hive Jump is a cross between a twin-stick shooter and a roguelite. While it doesn’t really excel in either of these genres, Hive Jump is a...
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Kenshi Review: So Complex it Hurts

Kenshi is a game that has been in development for over a decade, and has both scale and detail to match. The strategy RPG...
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Donut County Review: Small But Perfectly Formed

Donut County released on PlayStation, Steam, and iOS earlier this year. It has recently been ported to Xbox One and Switch, leaving players with no excuse not to...

Desert Child Review: Left High & Dry

There's a lot to like about Desert Child, the new game from Oscar Brittain. The graphics hearken back to 90s DOS games, bringing about...
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Nogalious Review: 80’s Revival Gone Wrong

Nogalious is a game that touts itself as a revival of classic 8-bit personal computer platformers. There is more than a grain of truth...