July 18, 2018
Mooseman

‘The Mooseman’ Review – Puzzling Execution

The Mooseman is a story-based short indie adventure/puzzle title that's big on mood but short on a meaningful interactive experience.
July 17, 2018
Pato Box

‘Pato Box’ Review: Boxing Gets Ducked

It turns out that adding to the Punch-Out!! formula does little to actually 'add' to the Punch-Out!! formula.
July 2, 2018

‘SpiritSphere DX’ Review: Strong Core, Weak Body

The first game published by Slime-san developer Fabraz, SpiritSphere DX is riding some high hopes. How well does it meet them?
June 28, 2018

‘Figment’ Has Good Ideas, But Lacks Real Imagination

'Figment' wants to tap into the limitless potential of the mind, but ultimately comes up with a safe, mostly uninspired puzzle adventure.
May 29, 2018

‘Moonlighter’ Review: An Ancient Two’fer

Moonlighter Developer: Digital Sun Publisher: 11 Bit Studios Platforms: PC, PS4, XBOXOne Reviewed On: PS4 Release Date: May 29, 2018 A Little Background By day, Will runs a shop, Moonlighter, in the small town of Rynoka. By night, he travels to the Golem Dungeon to gather resources from the enemies […]
May 26, 2018
Curse of the Moon

‘Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon’ — A Companion Piece that Stands on its Own

Curse of the Moon is a Bloodstained tie-in spinoff that is more than just a quick Kickstarter promise.
May 24, 2018
banner saga

‘The Banner Saga’ Review: What Tale Will Your Banner Tell?

It's not easy to tell a story in a video game that truly makes players care about its characters. Though not perfect as an SRPG, Banner Saga firmly asserts that meaningful characters and storytelling have a place at the gaming table.
May 22, 2018
battlechasers

‘Battlechasers: Nightwar’: Back from the Dead

The characters are enjoyable, the world is teeming with personality, and the combat is both challenging and rewarding.
May 17, 2018
omensight

‘Omensight’ Review: Impeccable Timing

Omensight takes a looping doomsday detective narrative and combines it with a sleek combat system. While the combination doesn't necessarily pay off in spades, it proves to be a more than worthwhile ride.
May 17, 2018
goetia

‘Goetia’ – Conjures the Mind

Recently released on the Nintendo Switch, having already been out on the PC for two years, Goetia was an unusual game to find amongst the ever-increasing Nintendo eShop library.
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