The Red Strings Club

The Red Strings Club Review: Drink For Thought

Developer, Deconstructeam made waves when their previous title, Gods Will Be Watching came out. Despite its flaws, and how unmerciful it could be at times,...
Catastronauts Space Multiplayer

Catastronauts! Review: It’s Not Lonely Out in Space

Catastronauts brings chaotic couch co-op into space. The game was released on Steam, PlayStation and Xbox on September 28th, with a Switch version to follow....

Seven: The Days Long Gone Review

Seven: The Days Long Gone, is at first glance, an unassuming game. It has a silly name, but it otherwise looks like a solid...

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine Review: Storytelling in the Heartland

In Where the Water Tastes Like Wine, stories live everywhere people do. They are clustered in towns, tucked into nooks in mountain ranges, and...
“Armello” illustration, featuring an anthropomorphic lion king with a sword. A glowing, somewhat transparent, slightly purple crown floats in his other clawed paw.

Armello Review: Animal Kingdom at War on the Nintendo Switch

For relatively quick doses of strategic bouts with an attractive design, Armello hits a sweet spot on the Nintendo Switch. Made by Australian developer...

Doki Doki Literature Club Review: Rediscovering the Joys of Reading

I’ve never been a big fan of dating sims or visual novels, except where glimpses of those genres lined up with the romance subplots...

Trago Review – Shot of a Game

Trago is an interesting game. Mostly because sooner or later we've all been in a similar situation to what the game portrays. With some...

Tangledeep Review: A Roguelike Diablo in a Chrono Trigger Costume

Tangledeep is a charming roguelike dungeon crawler from Impact Gameworks with gameplay inspired by games like Diablo and Rogue Legacy and an aesthetic that...

Retimed Review: Slow Down for Explosive Fun

As the bullet blasts toward you, the laws of physics decide to lend a hand, slowing down time and speed, giving you a chance...

There’s No Rush To Play Gold Rush: The Game

Sometimes I wonder what life is like for people with actual, physically demanding jobs. Ha, just kidding. Even contemplating actual physical labor is enough...
Interstellar combat in Deep Sixed

Deep Sixed Review: Indentured Servitude Is Hard And So Is Space

You'll spend half of your time in Deep Sixed looking at the in-game manual, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. The game requires...

Fluffy Horde Review: Obnoxious Tactical Puzzler

At first glance, Fluffy Horde appears to be a tactical game or a variation on the tower defense genre. Once you scratch beneath the surface,...

Dynasty Feud Review: Where History Comes Alive….and Fights it Out

I didn't know what to expect from Dynasty Feud when I first started it up. From the art, it reminded me a bit of...

Unavowed Review – Great Urban Fantasy

Wadjet Eye games has built a great reputation over the years as publisher/developer of adventure games. Any game they put forward was better than...

Eat Food and Pierce Enemies in Our Zwei: Arges Adventure Review

The original version of Zwei was released in 2007 on the PS2, PSP, and PC in Japan - and didn't really get tons of...

Absolver: Downfall Expansion Review – Whacks On, Whacks Off

As fighting games go, Absolver by Sloclap, published by Devolver Digital, is actually incredibly intuitive. With a high skill ceiling, incredibly versatile customization, and...