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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...

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...

Mindlessly Chaotic : Brakes Are For Losers Reviewed

Playing Brakes Are For Losers is an excruciating experience. It’s a game that puts in minimal effort to callback to arcade racers of old,...
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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...

Life is Strange 2 Rules Review: Character Building in Beaver Creek

The second episode of Life is Strange 2, Rules, slowed things down. This episode didn’t cram quite as much into its running time as the...

Degrees of Separation Review: A Pretty Puzzler That Brings The Heat (And The Cold)

Degrees of Separation is a co-operative game that centers around the concept of opposites and how harmony can only be achieved through working together,...
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Sunless Skies Review: Gothic Space Adventure

Sunless Skies is the latest entry into a series of narrative-driven Gothic role playing games. The game has gone some strange places, both literally...

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...

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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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...
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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,...

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...

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...

Shape the World with Headliner: NoviNews – Review

My first play through of Headliner: NoviNews ended with a world in disarray. A politician was dead, my brother was in prison and I...

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,...

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...