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

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...
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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...

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...
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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....

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...

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...

Nidhogg 2 Switch Review : Dueling for Best Nindie Switch Port

Nidhogg 2 is another in what is becoming a long line of very good indie games that are arriving on the Nintendo Switch. There...

Gone Home Switch Review: Finding Skeletons in the Closet

Gone Home isn’t fun. It doesn’t ask you to solve any puzzles or complete any challenges. Instead, it asks you to simply look around...
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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...

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,...

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...

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....

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...
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...

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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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...