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...
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Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! Review: Mashed S.P.U.D.S

Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! is the latest in a long line of games which all seem to feature anthropomorphic potatoes for some reason....

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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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...

Treasure Adventure World Review: Come Sail Away

Treasure Adventure World had a long way to go before it was done. Especially if we count its precursor, Treasure Adventure Game. Treasure Adventure...

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...
Hump Jump Review

Hive Jump Review: Mediocre Multiplayer-Focused Roguelite

Hive Jump is a cross between a twin-stick shooter and a roguelite. While it doesn’t really excel in either of these genres, Hive Jump is a...
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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....

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...

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...
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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...

Tangledeep Review: A Roguelike Diablo in a Chrono Trigger Costume

Tangledeep is a charming roguelike dungeon crawler from Impact Gameworks with gameplay inspired by games like Diablo and Rogue Legacy and an aesthetic that...

Night in the Woods Switch Review: Foreign, Familiar, and Frightening

Night in the Woods doesn't break new ground, but it knows the well-traveled path. It tells a familiar story with its unique voice, a story that could only exist as a video game.

Mittelborg: City of Mages – So Early It’s Ethereal

Mittelborg: City of Mages is an interesting game recently released on Steam early access. It bills itself as a rogue-like strategy game set in...

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...
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Deep Sixed Review: Indentured Servitude Is Hard And So Is Space

You'll spend half of your time in Deep Sixed looking at the in-game manual, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. The game requires...