Enter the Gungeon Review: Bite-sized Blasts of Fun

In the time since Binding of Isaac's 2011 release, roguelikes have adapted to fit a wide range of genres. From the toe-tapping Crypt of the...

Battle Chasers Nightwar Review: Good and Empty

Turn-based RPGs are my bread and almond butter. As such, during its tenure on Kickstarter Battle Chasers Nightwar was a deafening bleep on my...

Camp W Review: Momentary Magic

Camp W, a charming visual novel developed and published by Psyop, is clearly operating in the same YA witchcraft and wizardry space as Harry...

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...

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...

Treasure Hunter Simulator Review: Digging up a Diamond?

Treasure Hunter Simulator is a game which managed to be surprising in a few different ways. Firstly it's use of the term 'simulator', isn't...

My Memory of Us Review: Touching Holocaust Drama

My Memory of Us is a charming title that uses a beautiful art style with a whimsical touch to tell a story about two children...
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...

Blossom Tales Review: A Trip Down Memory Lane

The Legend of Zelda formula has been a timeless one, but also something that few companies other than Nintendo have taken a successful stab...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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...

Life is Strange: Before the Storm Farewell Review – A Fitting Goodbye?

Life is Strange: Before the Storm is one of those rare spin-offs that’s actually better than the original. With a richer story and deeper...

Shape the World with Headliner: NoviNews – Review

My first play through of Headliner: NoviNews ended with a world in disarray. A politician was dead, my brother was in prison and I...