Click, Click, Boom: Super Turbo Demon Busters Review

Super Turbo Demon Busters has one of the oddest names on the market, but does bring with it a unique take on what is...

Tacoma May Be Set in Outer Space, But It’s Not Out...

It was Summer 2016, and I had just finished Gone Home, a story-rich walking simulator set in the mid 90’s. You play as Kaitlin...

Before the Storm: Hell Is Empty (and So Is the Final...

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....

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...
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Chuchel Review: Cherry Chasing Charmfest

Here's a riddle for you. What do grinning hairballs with orange hats, pink hedgehogs, and giant cherries have in common? The answer is, of course,...

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...

A Case of Distrust Review – Hardboiled Beauty

A Case of Distrust is a narrative-driven, murder mystery game heavily inspired by the works of noir mystery writers Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett....

Into the Breach Review: Perfect-Approximate Tactical Roguelite

Into the Breach, aka Kaiju Chess, aka the unexpected reboot of The NeverEnding Story, excels across the (64 tile) board. It’s gameplay and minimalist...
39 Days to Mars Review

39 Days to Mars Reviewed: Beautiful Steampunk Tomfoolery

Imagine how the future looked as a child. Do you remember? Do you remember the moment when you could do anything at all? When...

All Walls Must Fall Review: Tech-Noir Tactics With a Hint of...

If you eagerly scrolled to the bottom, you already know the Kickstarter game's All Walls Must Fall's final score; a three. However, there needs to...

Mindlessly Chaotic : Brakes Are For Losers Reviewed

Playing Brakes Are For Losers is an excruciating experience. It’s a game that puts in minimal effort to callback to arcade racers of old,...
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...

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...

Moss Review: A Miniature Masterpiece

Moss is the single cutest game I have ever played. I was not prepared for just how small Quill is. Yes, Moss’s protagonist is a...

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...

Treasure Adventure World Review: Come Sail Away

Treasure Adventure World had a long way to go before it was done. Especially if we count its precursor, Treasure Adventure Game. Treasure Adventure...