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March 5, 2018

‘The Final Station’ Review: A Trip Through Mediocrity

The Final Station tries to do many things, but fails to deliver on any of them. It has some interesting ideas, but explores no deeper than the surface. It's a perfectly serviceable game, but you're better off looking elsewhere for a fresh and exciting experience.
March 3, 2018

Games You May Have Missed: ‘HunieCam Studio’

HunieCam Studio was a stark deviation from developer HuniePot's debut hit, but it still manages to retain the polish and wit that made the first game such a joy to play.
February 25, 2018

‘A Case of Distrust’ Review: A Hard Case To Follow

An otherwise visually stunning game has a fatal flaw.
February 23, 2018

‘Pyre’: A Fairy Tale for Sports Gaming

Supergiant are known for Bastion and Transistor: each hauntingly beautiful tales set in strange fantasy worlds that thrum with the rhythm of fast-paced combat. What Supergiant aren’t known for, and it’s safe to say that nobody is, are visual novel sports games.
February 19, 2018

Games You May Have Missed: ‘Mini Metro’

There’s nothing I enjoy more than coming home from work and relaxing with a cup of tea and playing a few maps of Mini Metro.
February 19, 2018

Indie Snippet: ‘Last Man Kicking’ is a Fun Little Time-Waster Serving As a Precursor to ‘Last Man Sitting’

A quick look at "Last Man Kicking": a stand-alone tie-in for anticipated indie title, "Last Man Standing".
February 14, 2018

Games That Changed Our Lives: ‘Stardew Valley’ Helped Me Learn to Value Myself

'Stardew Valley' is actually a life-changing game. It helps breathe life into those in downtrodden time, like I was.
February 4, 2018

Treadnauts Review: There’s a Party in My Tank and Everyone’s Exploding

A party game at first glance, Treadnauts has a surprising amount of depth. Topstitch has designed robustly competitive mechanics, while still ensuring the game can be accessible and fun.
February 1, 2018

‘Chromagun’ Just Doesn’t Color My World

"ChromaGun" review for the Nintendo Switch.
January 28, 2018
Floor Kids Review

‘Floor Kids’ Turns the Idea of the Rhythm Game on its Head, Making it Rousing, Invigorating Fun

What makes Floor Kids stand out amongst other games in the genre, however, is how it encourages players to express themselves whichever way they like.