Caveman Warriors Review: An Action-Packed Blast From the Past

What comes to mind when you think of the defining qualities of 80's and 90's games? Would they include straightforward, undiluted action, or the...

Llama Villa Review: The Sims But With Llamas

Llama Villa describes itself as being The Sims but with llamas and that's pretty much exactly what you get. While it may lack a...

Nine Parchments Review: A Tepid Adventure

Online gaming has brought an additional layer of replayability, excitement, and overall enjoyment to many titles. This feature can breathe new life into a...
Life Is Strange Episode 1

Life is Strange 2 Episode 1 Review: Politically Charged Character Piece 

Life is Strange 2 has started out as a captivating, emotional, and fantastically written piece of drama. The runaway success of the first Life is...

Before the Storm: Hell Is Empty (and So Is the Final Episode)

It was the morning of December 19th, and my alarm was set for 11:55 – five minutes prior to Hell Is Empty's global release....

Vermintide 2 Review: Fighting the Apocalypse

Like a finely crafted Dawi mace, Warhammer Fantasy is as blunt as they come. Games Workshop has created a world of extremes, where strife...

Dragon Fang Z Review: All the RNG, All the Time

In the Awesome Games Done Quick 2018 marathon, it’s easy to see that random number generation, or RNG, is a speedrunner’s worst nightmare. The...

Lamplight City Review – Victorian Steampunk Noir

Some months ago we wrote about Lamplight City, Grundislav Games' newest game. This is Francisco Gonzalez's first game after making Shardlight as part of...

Night in the Woods Switch Review: Foreign, Familiar, and Frightening

Night in the Woods doesn't break new ground, but it knows the well-traveled path. It tells a familiar story with its unique voice, a story that could only exist as a video game.

My Brother Rabbit Review: Tedious Eye Candy

Looking at the art, lush and beautiful and like an intricate children’s book, I sat down with My Brother Rabbit for what I thought...

Rumu Review: So Long, and Thanks for all the Toast

Rumu loves cleaning. Wine. Toast. Ada the cat's paw prints. It doesn't matter. Anything to keep the house sparkling for David and Cecily –...

Legendary Gary Review: Self Improvement is a Game

Who here hasn't been stuck in a rut? Or trapped in a joyless existence where one only finds solace in video games? What if...
Where Are My Friends?

Where Are My Friends? Reviewed: Multi-Genre Reach Exceeds Its Grasp

Where Are My Friends? is developer Beard Game Studios’ first release, and trying to span four different genres in your first game is a...
Planet Alpha Review

Planet Alpha Review: All Style, No Substance

Planet Alpha is a fantastic example of the trade-off that small developers are forced to make. Most Indie Games can’t match big titles in every...

The Endless Journey Review: Not Worth The Walk

At its worst the visual novel genre can be overwritten and tedious. The Endless Journey manages to avoid this by incorporating elements of the...

Aaero Review: A Rhythm Game For Dubstep Enthusiasts

I've never been a fan of rhythm or music games. I've also never been the biggest fan of Dubstep music. However, Aaero serves as a decent...