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 17, 2018
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‘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 15, 2018

‘The Council Episode 2: Hide and Seek’ Doesn’t Miss A Beat

Episode two of Big Bad Wolf Games’ The Council has arrived and doesn’t miss a beat.
May 10, 2018
3D Platformers

Indie Developers on the Future of 3D Platformers

We spoke to four different indie developers of 3D platformers about the genre, their experiences, and on the future of the genre.
May 9, 2018

‘Tiny Bubbles’ Review: Tide Pod Puzzle Extravaganza

Tiny Bubbles is a deceptively simple game that shines through its colorfully appealing design. It doesn't reinvent the wheel, but polishes it to a shiny sparkle. Both the puzzles and the process of solving them are satisfying enough to leave you in a relaxing state of bubble zen.
May 8, 2018

‘Earthlock’ Review: Just Like the Good Old Days

Earthlock Developer(s): Snowcastle Games Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch Reviewed On: PS4 Release Date(s): March 8, 2018 In a world lacking a brave new RPG that harkens back to the old days of the genre, Earthlock stands out. Reminiscent of the old school PS2 RPG look and feel, purists […]
April 27, 2018

PAX East 2018 Roundup

PAX East brought its usual treasure trove of games to show off. Here we take a glace and give impressions of just a sliver of that.
April 26, 2018

‘Monster Prom’ is Fun as all Hell

On the outside, Monster Prom seems like any other silly dating simulator, but with Monsters… and prom. While for the most part that’s true, Monster Prom is actually more akin to a rogue-like Competitive Party Game with a dating simulation twist.
April 16, 2018
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‘Vermintide 2’ – The World is Ending; Time to Fight Back

It's the end of the Old World as we know it. The Empire of Man lies in flames, overrun with hordes of ravenous ratmen and berserking Nords. Light fades on the mortal races, who claw desperately for survival. But hold fast, brave citizen of the Empire! In this grim and dire apocalypse of the End Times, five heroes lead the charge against darkness.
April 15, 2018

A New Generation of Game Development: An Interview with Sciman101

A lot has changed from the days of Newgrounds and flash games. Indie gamedev has exploded from the proliferation of free game-development. To make games, all you really need is a computer, an internet connection, and the discipline to see your work through. Sciman101 belongs to this new generation.
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