Friday, September 21, 2018

Reviews

Hello Neighbor Review: Fancy Some Light B&E This Evening?

While browsing through the toys at Gamestop last week in search of Christmas gifts, I couldn't help but notice a Hello Neighbor plushie prominently...

Dandara Review: Black Girl Magic

In a lot of ways, the release of Dandara is, quite frankly, hard to believe. It's a mystical metroidvania that brings new life to...

Kingsway Review

When you first boot up Kingsway, you immediately “get it.” From the startup sounds, to the launch menu in the task bar, to the...

ELEX Review

Up until a week ago, I had never heard of ELEX, and I imagine the same goes for a lot of gamers out there. In a...

Ghostory Review

Ghostory, indie studio Rigid Core's first game, recently released on Steam, promising 29 levels of platformer puzzling and a retro, 2D pixel aesthetic. The...

RF8 Flight Simulator Review: A High-Flying Ace

There was a time when flight simulators were all the rage, when the likes of Microsoft Flight Simulator, Falcon, and X Plane ruled the digital...

Never Stop Sneakin Review: Mel Brooks Metal Gear

Announced about a month before it was set to release, Never Stop Sneakin' is a game whose very existence genuinely caught me off guard. It is...

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Review — It’s Actually Challenging...

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are the first proper mid-generation remakes to release since Platinum arrived in 2008. It may be a matter of contention...

Agents of Mayhem Review

By ratcheting up the over-the-top elements with each entry in the Saints Row franchise, Volition wrote themselves into a bit of a corner. What...

The Count Lucanor Review – When Seeking Wealth, Don’t Forget to...

The Count Lucanor is an indie horror puzzle adventure game published by Mergegames and developed by Baroque Decay. In The Count Lucanor, you play...

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