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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...
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4) Review: Fear Through the Eyes of Madness 1

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4) Review: Fear Through the Eyes of Madness

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is probably the most difficult game I’ve ever played, not because of punishing combat or obtuse puzzles, but because of its harrowing portrayal of its main character’s psychosis....
Nidhogg 2 (PC) Review: New Coat of Paint, Same Fun Game 9

Nidhogg 2 (PC) Review: New Coat of Paint, Same Fun Game

It has been three years since the original Nidhogg released to some fanfare, and now its sequel, Nidhogg 2, is finally here—but what exactly is different?Well, not much.Nidhogg 2 is nearly identical...
Slime Rancher (PC) Review - Heckin' Cute! 1

Slime Rancher (PC) Review – Heckin’ Cute!

Being colourful and/or cute is so in this year. I mean, so far we have had Yonder, Splatoon 2, and now Slime Rancher, which very well may be the heckin' cutest...
Indie Collaboration Game UFO 50 Announced

Indie Collaboration Game UFO 50 Announced

The developers behind the smash hit Indie titles, Spelunky and Downwell and more, are set to collaborate on a new compilation project, titled UFO 50.UFO 50, will be an upcoming compilation of...
Tacoma (Xbox One) Review - Diversity in Space 1

Tacoma (Xbox One) Review – Diversity in Space

The creators of Gone Home are back with a narrative driven, futuristic space story, which retells the events around the fate of a crew of astronauts aboard the Tacoma space station....
Sundered (PC) Review - Expectations Torn Asunder(ed) 27

Sundered (PC) Review – Expectations Torn Asunder(ed)

There was a time when video games were in a massive arms race against each other to achieve the “best” graphics. This competition resulted in an increase in technological progress at...
Pyre (PS4) Review 1

Pyre (PlayStation 4) Review: Solitary Confinement

In all my years I’ve never played anything quite like Pyre. One part visual novel, one part RPG, and a third part sports game, Supergiant’s latest game manages to combine several...
Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles (PS4) Review - No combat, no problem 6

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles (PS4) Review – No combat, no problem

2017 hasn’t been the brightest of years so far, but thankfully Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is helping to change that by being one of the most colourful games I've ever...