Horror Story: Hallowseed – Review

Horror stories date back to the 1700s, and with the power of modern technology, gaming developers are able to take inspiration and visualize their own stories to scare the bejeezus out of the player. ‘Horror Story: Hallowseed’ is just that, created by one person, Jeff Winner, and he may have


TY The Tasmanian Tiger HD – Review

G’day, mate! Let’s take a step back in time to 2002 as we get to relive the PS2 Aussie Crash Bandicoot spinoff, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD. Krome Studios have brought back this classic gem and put it on the current generation of consoles, and this review was done on


Echo Generation – Review

Have you ever had a dream that starts off distant, yet familiar, and the longer you stay in the dream the more it unravels and the more twisted it becomes? Yeah, me neither. Well, maybe once or twice… this month. Anyway, the point I am trying to make is the


Forgive Me Father – Review

Forgive Me Father is a new dark retro first-person shooter game set in a comic-book-style world inspired by the novels of H.P Lovecraft. Developed by Byte Barrel and Published by 1C Entertainment, Forgive Me Father will deliver a good throwback to the older generation of shooters like DOOM and Quake.

Weird West – Hands-On Preview

Back in August, I was treated to a hands-off event held by WolfEye Studios for their upcoming game, Weird West. Based on what I saw that day, I have never been more excited for a twin-stick shooter in my life. They promised a lot of different things, many of which


Jackbox Party Pack 8 – Review

Party games are a great time for everyone involved, directly challenging your friends for those oh-so glorious bragging rights, much like Mario party, Among Us, any board game, and all other party games, they are a lot more exciting when playing with friends and people you are comfortable with showing


Inscryption – Review

‘Inscryption’ is a tabletop trading card game that takes inspiration from D&D, escape rooms, and titles like ‘Hand of Fate’. Developed by Daniel Mullins Games and published by Devolver Digital, I got to try this game out, and being a TCG lover of such titles as Magic The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh,


Shadows Of Kurgansk – Review

‘Shadow of Kurgansk’ is a new first-person, survival game made by Yadon Studios and published by Gaijin inCubator. This review was done on the Xbox Series X. Shadow of Kurgansk will put players in a post-apocalyptic world where they will have to fight zombie-like humans and other threats to survive

The Case Of The Golden Idol – Preview

The Case of the Golden Idol is an in-development detective game that sees the player piece together the clues behind a series of puzzling deaths spanning across the 18th century, all influenced by the titular Golden Idol as it insidiously passes from hand to hand. The demo of the game


In Sound Mind – Review

The shoe that fits one person, pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases. A rather fitting quote by Carl Jung for my experience with “In Sound Mind” by developer We Make Stuff. I’m not usually an avid fan of the horror genre, however, the concept

Inscryption – Preview

‘Inscryption’ is a tabletop trading card game that takes inspiration from D&D, escape rooms, and titles like ‘Hand of Fate’. Developed by Daniel Mullins Games and published by Devolver Digital, I got to try this game out, and being a TCG lover of such titles as Magic The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh,


SkateBIRD – Review

Published and developed by indy studio Glass Bottom Games, ‘SkateBIRD’ is a skateboarding simulation game similar to the Tony Hawk series, except with players taking control of a literal bird riding a skateboard the size of a Tech Deck instead of a pro skater. The game’s plot tells the story


Terrain Of Magical Expertise – Review

Before jumping in and playing ‘TOME (Terrain of Magical Expertise)’ you first must go back into its history. When you think back ten years ago when ‘Newgrounds’ and many other types of content entertained us on YouTube and the internet; from content creators and individuals with web series and cartoons.


Clid The Snail – Review

I have always loved all things furry, creepy, and crawly. From looking for snails and millipedes under my nan’s flowerpots back in England to when my Mum made me throw out my elephant beetle shells collection because they stunk out my room; I’ve always been fascinated by creatures big and


Dice Legacy – Review

I previously jumped in and had some hands-on with a preview of ‘Dice Legacy’ but now I get to fully dive into what the full game has to offer. Dice Legacy brings forth a unique spin on the city-builder genre, which has always been the same approach in many other


The Big Con – Review

Those of us that experienced the 90’s, either as a kid or young adult, can sometimes aggressively cling to the past. Simultaneously agreeing it was terrible and the best time to be alive, backwards caps and scrunchies were unironically fashionable, and baggy ripped Jeans were a staple. Thanks to Mighty


Side Decide – Review

Created, Developed, and published by solo game developer Brendan Votano under his company name Blue Volcano Studio, Side Decide is a puzzle game where players will have to match objects on a cube they control to progress across a board of shapes to reach the goal. Side Decide supports keyboard


Hell Architect – Review

Welcome sinners and Demons alike. Come forth and take control of your own section of Hell in the new game, Hell Architect, as you are tasked with a small section on hell to oversee, torture, control, and maintain your collection of sinners. From publisher Leonardo Interactive and Developer Woodland Games,


Greak: Memories Of Azur – Review

One of the oldest sayings still about is “don’t judge a book by its cover,” and it has never been more prevalent than my experience with Greak: Memories of Azur. Developed by Navegante Entertainment and published by the legendary Team17, this visually alluring side scroller adventure game both kicked my


KUR – Review

It’s 1993, you’re sitting at home with a bunch of friends, and you’ve got nothing but time to load up and smash out your MS-DOS favorites like Doom and Duke Nukem. You wake up, striving to fulfill that nostalgia that you dream of. You load up steam and search and

Glitchpunk (Early Access) – Preview

Before the behemoth we’ve come to know and love as Grand Theft Auto V took over the gaming world with its arguably unmatchable open-world quality, it too had to start from humble beginnings: top-down view gameplay. A seemingly lost form of gameplay in today’s modern-day storm of gaming consoles and


Seed Of Life – Review

One of the first action-adventure puzzle games I ever played was Tomb Raider, way back in the later days of Windows 95. I can’t really say that I was ever any good at it, but I stuck with it as best I could and eventually, got past the first area.


Crimson Spires – Review

In these trying times, when we are either in lockdown or just around the corner from it, why not get cozy on the couch with a hot cup of goodness and a good novel, a visual novel that is. Thanks to Woodsy Studio, we are treated to a rather fitting


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