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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Tacoma May Be Set in Outer Space, But It’s Not Out of This World

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...

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...

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...

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....

Switch ‘N’ Shoot on Nintendo Switch is One-button Perfection

Switch ‘N’ Shoot is a space shmup (shoot 'em up) from developer Matt Glanville. It’s wonderfully simple, and terribly addictive. Switch ‘N’ Shoot was...

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...
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Dusk Review: Gibs and Gore Galore

Dusk is a game that revels in violence as though it was actually from the era whose graphical style it apes. If there's anything...

The JackBox Party Pack 5 Review: A Jack of All Trades

The Jackbox Party Packs have always been the video game for those who don’t play video games. Drawing on the players’ humor and creativity...

Floor Kids Review: Putting the Fun Back Into Funky

Remember: the music is but a vehicle - you are the driver. Add your energy. Listen. Practice. Refine. Trust yourself. Trust your skills. Godspeed,...

Desert Child Review: Left High & Dry

There's a lot to like about Desert Child, the new game from Oscar Brittain. The graphics hearken back to 90s DOS games, bringing about...

Jettomero: Hero of the Universe Review

It doesn't feel right to review Jettomero: Hero of the Universe like a product, because it doesn't feel like a product to begin with....