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....
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Video Review: Into the Breach

Much like a horde of Veks, Into the Breach sort of crept up on me. I've never played many tactical strategy games like this...

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...

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...

Wulverblade Review: Bloody Stylish Historical Brawler

The decapitated head of my enemy lays upon the ground before me. I deftly scope it up and hurl it at his comrades laughing...

Trago Review – Shot of a Game

Trago is an interesting game. Mostly because sooner or later we've all been in a similar situation to what the game portrays. With some...

Unavowed Review – Great Urban Fantasy

Wadjet Eye games has built a great reputation over the years as publisher/developer of adventure games. Any game they put forward was better than...
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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,...
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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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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...

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...

Death’s Gambit Review: That Which Won’t Die

Developed by White Rabbit and produced by Adult Swim Games, Death’s Gambit is one undead’s journey across a war-ravaged land as Death’s soldier of retribution....

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...

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...

Dynasty Feud Review: Where History Comes Alive….and Fights it Out

I didn't know what to expect from Dynasty Feud when I first started it up. From the art, it reminded me a bit of...

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...