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Infinite Abyss Review: Alone Against the Infinite Horde

Infinite Abyss is a 2D, side scrolling, adventure-strategy game developed and produced by Seven Arm Octopus. In which, you find yourself, a lone astronaut, stranded on a seemingly barren alien world, but you soon find out it isn't as barren as it see...

5 Average
Death and Taxes Review: A Grim Job for Anyone With a Conscience

Death and Taxes Review: A Grim Job for Anyone With a Conscience

If you thought that this was going to be a typical nine-to-five job, you’d be wrong. Death and Taxes brings us a fun simulation game where we play as a Grim Reaper, spending our days in an office and deciding from a list of candidates who should be s...

8 Great
Command and Conquer Remastered Review

Command and Conquer Remastered Review: Revive the Author of Strategy

It has been 25 years since the release of Command and Conquer, one of the most influential strategy series in gaming history. Today we look at an HD remaster of the two games that started it all for this franchise. The wait is finally over, Welcome B...

7.5 Good

Evan’s Remains Review: Codes and Heart (PC)

With a name such as Evan's Remains, the promise of harrowing tragedy behind exploratory curiosity is nearly guaranteed. Find out what awaits in this narrative-driven platformer about a girl with two names and a boy twisted by time with our Evan's Rem...

6.5 Fair
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Observation Review: Paranormal Intelligence (PC)

Suspend your disbelief in low gravity as you assume control of an AI program in charge of system administration and maintenance (S.A.M.) inside a space station. Help your crew survive and communicate after an unexplained problem wipes your memory cor...

7.5 Good
Huntdown: Money Rules the Streets

Huntdown Review: Money Rules the Streets (PC)

Prepare for a challenging, side-scrolling shooter that takes you through the bowels of a corrupt retro metro as you battle the dangerous gangs therein. Huntdown brings back the 80's in a gritty, hectic fight for bounties with brilliant 16-bit graphic...

9 Amazing

Dinner With An Owl Review: Exploring A Nightmare

Indie games leave their developers with a lot of avenues for realizing the vision they sought to realize. That leaves the door open for all kinds of weird and wacky creations. Amongst them is Dinner with an Owl. Created as part of a Game Jam in 2017,...

5 Average

Someday You’ll Return Review: Fathers and Sons

In the story-driven horror game Someday You'll Return, you'll try on the role of desperate father looking for his teenage daughter Stela in the macabre Moravian woods. So, cowboy up and be prepared to start down a hazardous journey into the darkness ...

9 Amazing

Before We Leave Review: The Casual City-Builder We Never Knew We Needed

Before We Leave is a light-hearted city management sim by Balancing Monkey Games. Explore beautiful islands, gather resources, and rebuild your population. Don't worry about impending doom of any sort, just relax and play at your own pace. In a world...

7 Good

Mizuchi Review: Love With a Question Mark

Love comes in all forms. With Mizuchi, the latest visual novel inspired by the Legend of the White Snake, that love doesn't feel quite as resolute. Through a commitment to exploring human behavior from an objective point, this oft-simplified feeling ...

7.5 Good
Mira Review: A Slavic Forest Adventure

Mira Review: A Slavic-themed Forest Fantasy

This game brings the player into an animated fairytale storybook. If ancient forests, mythical talking animals, and magic peak your interest, Mira's story may appeal to you. Mira is a Slavic fantasy point-and-click game that explores a mythical world...

7 Good
Doom Eternal Review

Doom Eternal Review: Harder, Better, Faster (PC)

Hell on Earth might be just another day in the life of the Doom Slayer but Doom Eternal isn't just another plain old, tired shooter. It's bigger, bolder and more unapologetic than its predecessor in the best possible sense, bringing a bunch of improv...

8.9 Great
Warlander Review: Path to Revenge

Warlander Review: Path To Revenge (PC)

Warlander is a roguelike action-adventure developed and published by Clock Drive Games. It has a unique game play, taking inspiration from a lot of popular games like God of War, Dark Souls and Jedi: Fallen Order. With a unique stamina based tactical...

5.5 Average

Half Past Fate Review: Half Past Okay (PC)

Indie games deserve love, too, and Half Past Fate aims to satisfy! Playing through three different scenarios of romantic intent, the player's job is to kindle the passion for six fate-bound individuals. But will it be able to sate one's desire for em...

6 Fair

Beautiful Desolation Review: Pain Of Immortality

Beautiful Desolation is a 2D isometric point and click adventure set in a post-apocalyptic future. Developed and published by The Brotherhood games, Beautiful Desolation provides a unique story and world design for the fans of the genre. Follow the a...

7 Good

Rhome Review: Primordial Horror Given Form

We review Rhome, a horror-thriller game which explores a chapter in the story of Hailey Rhome, an architect who arrives home from work one evening to find that there's something very wrong. Developed by students at SMU, it proves to be filled with cl...

7 Good

Up in the Air Review: Kids Are Monsters and Will Hunt You

Landing onto Steam with appropriate bounciness, Up in the Air is the latest from students enrolled at SMU Guildhall to showcase their development prowess. What's to discover here, with the idea that a balloon animal gets to ground pound demonic child...

6 Fair

Edgar: Bokbok in Boulzac Review (PC)

It's a bird, it's a plane! Actually, it's Edgar, and his sweet chicken pal, Precious. Join him and a variety of other interesting chaps as Edgar tries to find what the bokbok is up with the townsfolk of Boulzac, and whether he can save his squash far...

5 Average

Corruption 2029 Review: Flawed yet Satisfying Mutant Year Zero Reskin

Corruption 2029 is a game that goes all-in on the tactical stealth formula and takes the players to a dystopian near-future of the second American Civil War. Fans of the genre will definitely have a lot to sink their teeth into, despite the game feel...

7 Good
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The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review (PC)

Another captivating adventure game from Daedalic Entertainment, The Suicide of Rachel Foster employs beautifully written dialogue, great level design, and solid voice acting. Throughout our review of The Suicide of Rachel Foster, the game constantly ...

8 Great
LUNA: The Shadow Dust Review: A Puzzling Story

LUNA: The Shadow Dust Review: A Puzzling Story

LUNA: The Shadow Dust is a hand-drawn, story-driven puzzle game that is sure to catch attention, and even trigger some tears. LUNA is more than just a game; it is an artistic creation. Between its music and artwork, and its touching, unique story, th...

9.7 Amazing

Ministry of Broadcast Review: Just Broadcast

Hello! You're tuning in to The Wall Show, where contestants must face a variety of challenges in order to survive. Up next, some red-headed fellow is making their way to the arena, though quite late. Will he make it to the end? Does he intend to do t...

8 Great

Coffee Talk Review: Paragraphs of Pleasantries

Coffee Talk (the game, not the late-night skit) allows the player to open their own coffee joint, speaking to the oft-eccentric characters that make up a fantasy-inspired alternate universe. With impeccable drinks and a comfortable spot for talking i...

7 Good

Chuusotsu 1.5th Graduation: The Moving Castle Review

You didn't think they'd be gone forever, did you? An official sequel to Chuusotsu: Time After Time has been birthed into the world, and its name is The Moving Castle! With new adventures upon the horizon, where will fate take these three girls next? ...

6.5 Fair
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Review

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Review: Fun, But Not Quite Over 9000

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot finally brings what many fans have been asking for and takes the iconic franchise into new territory with a more open world and a ton of RPG mechanics. While this fan-service increase in power level definitely transforms the we...

7.4 Good
Potata: Fairy Flower Review

Potata: Fairy Flower Review: Difficult Daisies

In this side-scrolling fantasy game, you play as Potata, a young witch who longs to take adventures in the surrounding woods. She is an adorable character who bounces about this unpredictable world fighting spiders, collecting blue tokens, solving in...

7.3 Good

Mythic Ocean Review: Playing with Gods

An ocean of great history lies in wait for its new creator. In Mythic Ocean, it's about the end as much as it is the means, with Gods in waiting being groomed into a significant role. Decide how the universe will be governed—your actions will determi...

7.5 Good
Darksiders Genesis Review

Darksiders Genesis Review: A Triumphant Return to Form

Darksiders Genesis changes the perspective but it returns the franchise back to its roots where it matters. It pairs up the wisecracking Strife with the honorable War and sets them on an action-packed, puzzle-filled adventure across the rich landscap...

8.5 Great
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Imperator: Rome Livy Patch/Punic Wars DLC Review

The 1.3 patch and free DLC introduce some new and familiar mechanics to Paradox Studio's newest release. From a new mission system to changes to warfare, the recent update bring considerable changes to the table. Are these enough to save Imperator fr...

7.6 Good
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