Author: Misery

Oct
18

REVIEW: 20XX

Heavily inspired by the old Megaman games, and injected with roguelike elements, this brutal platformer will keep you coming back for more. Please follow and like us:

Sep
16

REVIEW: Castle of Shikigami

Castle of Shikigami – it’s been a very long time, but how does it hold up now that it is on PC? Please follow and like us:

Jun
23

REVIEW: Caveblazers

An incredible take on the Spelunky formula of roguelike + platformer, Caveblazers excels in almost every way, with only a couple of sizable flaws holding it back from reaching it’s full potential. Please follow and like us:

Jun
10

REVIEW: Straimium Immortaly

Mashing up multiple genres, it’s difficult to sum up just what this game is and how it plays. Please follow and like us:

Jun
04

REVIEW: Ghost Blade HD

Ghost Blade HD is a fairly typical bullet-hell shmup, not really doing anything new, instead sticking to a solid foundation that has been used well by many games in the genre. Unfortunately, it suffers from a few problems that really […]

Mar
31

REVIEW: Unexplored

Status: Released Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG, Real-Time Roguelike Developer: Ludomotion Publisher: Ludomotion Release Date: 22 Feb, 2017 Type: Single-player Whether you call them Roguelikes or Roguelites, they’ve been popular in recent times, with all sorts of games being put […]

Mar
23

REVIEW: Neon Chrome

An action-roguelike from the creators of Xenoraid, Neon Chrome is a twin-stick shooter that sees you climbing your way through a procedural tower on your way to defeat the Overseer at the top.  Big on action, it’s filled with a […]