Devotion Review: An Emotional, Surreal Experience

Psychological horror is difficult to do well, so when games like Devotion come around, it’s pretty damn special. Despite initially appearing as an average...

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...

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...

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....

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,...
Claybook

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...
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...
Catastronauts Space Multiplayer

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....

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...

Absolver: Downfall Expansion Review – Whacks On, Whacks Off

As fighting games go, Absolver by Sloclap, published by Devolver Digital, is actually incredibly intuitive. With a high skill ceiling, incredibly versatile customization, and...

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...

Nidhogg 2 Switch Review : Dueling for Best Nindie Switch Port

Nidhogg 2 is another in what is becoming a long line of very good indie games that are arriving on the Nintendo Switch. There...

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,...

Doki Doki Literature Club Review: Rediscovering the Joys of Reading

I’ve never been a big fan of dating sims or visual novels, except where glimpses of those genres lined up with the romance subplots...
Beholder

Beholder Review: An Oppressively Dark Totalitarian Sim

Beholder was released on Steam in 2016, it has now been ported to Switch along with the DLC package Blissful Sleep. You take on the role of Carl, a...

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....