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Fe (Switch, PS4) Review - A clunky artsy platformer

Adventure games are video games in which the player assumes the role of a protagonist in an interactive story which is driven by exploration and puzzle-solving. The genre has a huge focus on story, which allows it to draw heavily from other narritive based media including litrature and film. As a result, Adventure games encompass a wide varity of literary genres. Most adventure games are designed for a single player, and can either be text based or graphic based. Some well known Adventure games are The Secret of Monkey IslandKing’s Quest, Zork, and Myst.

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Fe (Switch, PS4) Review - A clunky artsy platformer 6

Fe (Switch, PS4) Review – A clunky artsy platformer

Fe is the latest title from Zoink!, developers who are mostly known for cartoony 2D comedy games like Stick it to the Man and Zombie Vikings, the latter of which released...
Night in the Woods (Switch) Review: Small Town Blues 5

Night in the Woods (Switch) Review: Small Town Blues

In the era of the Switch, I resent pretty much any video game that tethers me to my television. This includes Night in the Woods, which I wanted to revisit at...
Enter The Gungeon (Switch) Mini-Review - Gungeon Crawling on the Go 3

Enter The Gungeon (Switch) Mini-Review – Gungeon Crawling on the Go

For a little while it felt as though the success of the Roguelike games saw several indie devs clamouring to create the next Binding of Isaac, but only a handful of...
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle Review: Surprisingly Decent

Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle Review: Surprisingly Decent

Yep, that’s right. I’m actually going to get behind the Jumanji sequel with a straight face and trust me, no one is more surprised about it than I am. On paper,...
Okami HD (PS4) Review: The Littlest Hobo of Our Times

Okami HD (PS4) Review: The Littlest Hobo of Our Times

Okami HD is the dog game I’ve always wanted to play, capturing the joy and laughter that having a loving canine brings to a life. It’s simply a delight to take...
Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier (PS4) Review: 2

Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier (PS4) Review: Decide if Humans or Apes Win!

Set between the second and third films in the recent Planet of the Apes film trilogy, Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier is a wholly new adventure which doesn’t really require knowledge...
Ittle Dew 2+ (Switch) Review - Like Zelda, but Funnier

Ittle Dew 2+ (Switch) Review – Like Zelda, but Funnier

Ittle Dew 2+ is a top-down Zelda-like starring Ittle, a feisty girl out for adventure, and her flying animal pal Tippsie, who really likes to binge drink "potions." Instead of being...
RiME (Switch) Review - This is One Port your Boat Should Avoid 3

RiME (Switch) Review – This is One Port your Boat Should Avoid

RiME is the touching tale of a boy that wakes up on a beach with no clear recognition of how he got there. He sets off on a journey that has...
Hidden Agenda (PlayStation 4): The Police Procedural Team 1

Hidden Agenda (PlayStation 4): The Police Procedural Team

Supermassive Games hit a brilliant note with 2015's Until Dawn, and continued with Until Dawn: Rush of Blood. Now that streak continues with Hidden Agenda. Combining modern technology and an interesting...
Tiny Barbarian DX (Switch) Review - Action platformer of the year? 3

Tiny Barbarian DX (Switch) Review – Action platformer of the year?

On first glance, Tiny Barbarian DX appears like your typical indie action platformer with pixel art and chiptune music, only with a $30 USD price tag. Looks can be deceiving however,...
Yono and the Celestial Elephants (Switch) Review: Pretty Pachyderm Packs Palty 5

Yono and the Celestial Elephants (Switch) Review: Pretty Pachyderm Packs Palty

In the world of Yono and the Celestial Elephants, people believe that elephants are sent to prevent chaos and are a sign of good things to come. Basically, elephants are viewed...
Last Day of June (PC) Review: Hollow Eyes, Hollow Lives 7

Last Day of June (PC) Review: Hollow Eyes, Hollow Lives

It being Autumn, the spookiest of all the seasons, my fiancé and I recently had a conversation about our opinions on clowns, ghosts, and the various spooky trappings of the season....