‘Slay the Spire’ – Get Good or Have Fun Dying

Slay the Spire’ is an addictively challenging game that combines the best of deckbuilding and roguelike into one tight package.

‘Chess Ultra’ is an Immersive Must for Any Chess Fan

In an eShop of over 200 games of various genres, the classic strategic gameplay of Chess Ultra is a welcome addition to the spread.

Fear Transcends Cultural Boundaries in ‘Detention’

Detention Developer(s): RedCandleGames Publisher(s): RedCandleGames, Coconut Island Games, AGM PLAYISM Platform(s): PC, macOS, Linux, PS4 Reviewed on: PC Release date(s): January 13, 2017 (PC, macOS, Linux) / October 3,...
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‘Cogmind’ is Immersive Science Fiction Done Right

The most immediately striking element of Cogmind is its visual design. Made from the ground up with ASCII character art, the UI is gorgeous.

‘The Solus Project’ Is A Sturdy Vessel, Lost In Space

The Solus Project is a linear exploration game, with simple crafting and survival mechanics to add another level of game-play to what is, for the most part, a walking simulator.

‘A Hat in Time’ Hits All the Right Notes to Become an Instant Classic

Gears for Breakfast has done a fantastic job of revisiting an old genre with a new, fresh perspective.
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‘Yono and the Celestial Elephants’ Oddly Succeeds In Mixing Gameplay Simplicity With Philosophical Sophistication

Though the dichotomies of 'Yono and the Celestial Elephants' present a strange time, they also make for a very pleasant way to pass it.

Painful : ‘The Land of Pain’ Review

Alessandro Guzzo has attempted to create the latest game to do the horror legend of Lovecraft justice with 'The Land of Pain'.
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‘Deemo’: A Harmonious Melody

Deemo has been ported to Nintendo Switch, and there has never been a better time to jump into this mesmerizing recital.

‘Freaking Meatbags’ Review: An Imperfect Organism

A comedic sci-fi strategy game that experiments with genres and mechanics, but is ultimately a jack of all trades. Enjoyable, unfocused and shallow.