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First Fifteen: Battle Chef Brigade - Chapter 1 1video

First Fifteen: Battle Chef Brigade – Chapter 1

Join CGM's Cole Watson as he takes you through the first chapter of the epic culinary adventure, Battle Chef Brigade! "In the fantasy realm of Victusia, the members of the elite Battle Chef Brigade are revered for...
A Hat in Time (PC) Review - The Second Best 3D Platformer This Year 8

A Hat in Time (PC) Review – The Second Best 3D Platformer This Year

A Hat in Time is a crowdfunded 3D platformer and spiritual successor to Super Mario 64, a fact that it does not try to hide whatsoever, and why should it since...
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,...
Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story (PC) Review - A Tale of Texts 6

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story (PC) Review – A Tale of Texts

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story starts off with a trigger warning, advising the player that the game deals with some disturbing themes. At first, I laughed this off, thinking that whatever super...
High Hell (PC) Review: A Hell of a Ride 6

High Hell (PC) Review: A Hell of a Ride

Something that always catches my eye when I watch TV shows or movies is when people are shown playing video games that obviously don’t exist. Two people sitting together on a...
Necrobarista Will Likely Invite Some VA-11 HALL-A Comparisons 1

Necrobarista Will Likely Invite Some VA-11 HALL-A Comparisons

You’re going to hear many comparisons between Necrobarista and VA-11 HALL-A: A Cyberpunk Bartending Simulator in the coming days, weeks, and months. As Necrobarista inevitably gains traction, the concept of a...
Hob (PC) Review - Beautiful, Boring, Zelda-like 6

Hob (PC) Review – Beautiful, Boring, Zelda-like

Runic Games has created something completely different in Hob than its previous games, the well-received Diablo-like Torchlight series. Hob is a Zelda-like adventure set in a beautiful shape-shifting overworld filled with...
Sunless Skies Preview - The Endless Black Nothing

Sunless Skies Preview – The Endless Black Nothing

Sunless Seas was an innovative adventure game from an indie developer that had been on my radar for years. Fallen London (Previously Echo Bazaar) and the follow-up nautical exploration made waves...
Hypercharged: Unboxed - More Than Just Toys 5

Hypercharged: Unboxed – More Than Just Toys

A fond memory from my childhood was hanging out with a few friends playing Army Men: Sarge’s Heroes for the Nintendo 64. As someone who owned a ton of action figures...
A Robot Named Fight! (PC) Review - Super Permadeath, Super Roguelike, Super Metroidvania 4

A Robot Named Fight! (PC) Review – Super Permadeath, Super Roguelike, Super Metroidvania

A Robot Named Fight! somehow does the unimaginable and successfully combines the Metroidvania and Roguelike genres with procedurally generated maps. Fans of Super Metroid will feel right at home with A Robot...
Surf World Series (PlayStation 4) Review - Surf the Rage, Big Kahuna! 2

Surf World Series (PlayStation 4) Review – Surf the Rage, Big Kahuna!

With summer ending, it's the perfect time to get out to get one last beach day in. I chose to experience the beach with Climax Games' Surf World Series on my...
Original Journey (PC) Review – A Journey Made with Love 9

Original Journey (PC) Review – A Journey Made with Love

I’m a big fan of roguelikes. I really enjoy the core loop of running out, playing through tough levels, ultimately dying and then regrouping before heading back out. This loop allows...