TACTICAL Review: Fast-Paced Stealth Action

“Warning, playing TACTICAL may result in abnormal sweating, high blood-pressure, self-loathing and short episodes of euphoria. Keep game out of reach of children, (they...

Bombslinger Review: A New Take on the Bomberman Formula

Take a concoction that's two parts Bomberman, one part Wild West, and lace it with some thick rougelike elements. The result? Bombslinger, a game...
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Kenshi Review: So Complex it Hurts

Kenshi is a game that has been in development for over a decade, and has both scale and detail to match. The strategy RPG...

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...

Oh My Godheads for the Switch Review: Falling Short of Devine

Oh My Godheads is the latest Nindie that is new to the Nintendo Switch but isn't new to gamers in general. When you're talking...

Riding the Roller Coaster – Battle Chef Brigade Reviewed

Battle Chef Brigade is a game about odd combinations. Much like the gameplay, it’s all about mixing disparate elements to create a singular dish....

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...

Toby Fox’s Next Mystery – Deltarune Reviewed

Released October 31st with little, to no, warning, Undertale’s creator Toby Fox has put out another one of his charming works into the world,...

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...
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Muddledash Review: Fun and Flawed Party Game

Muddledash is a fun party game, with a valuable lesson about Octopus party etiquette. It’s a couch multiplayer game for up to four players with...
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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...
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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,...
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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....

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...
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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...