Author: PCGN

Sep
10

REVIEW: Slap Village: Reality Slap

Slap Village: Reality Slap is developed by MonkeyToons and published by Tizona Interactive. The first game to be released for both parties involved, I’d say they hit the ground running with this title. Belonging close to the space western subgenre, […]

Feb
03

PREVIEW: Guns N’ Boxes

Guns N’ Boxes (I wonder what happened to the first apostrophe) is a four-player top-down twin-stick arena shooter with pixel graphics, currently in Steam Early Access.There’s no story to Guns N’ Boxes, but there doesn’t need to be. You pick […]

Jan
22

REVIEW: 8-Bit Hordes

This is the second title (by release date) within Petroglyph’s 8-Bit series and as soon as you start playing it one thing becomes clear: it’s a homage to both classic Command & Conquer as well as Warcraft RTS’ from back […]

Jan
19

REVIEW: CONSTRUCT

The Unity 5 Engine shows its potential once again, in the hands of a creative developer (at the start of his career, no less!) who manages to add another fine title to Steam’s growing collection of indie abstract games. CONSTRUCT […]

Jan
14

REVIEW: Mesel

My apologies if the review below looks more like a rant to you than an actual analysis of the game I was given the chance to try out. Some things I really can’t overlook. “Minor” issues like erasing my entire […]

Jan
13

REVIEW: Redemption: Saints And Sinners

First Person Puzzlers are a fascinating mix of action and adventure and there’s no denying that in recent years there’s been a hefty stream of quality titles related to this subgenre.The Talos Principle and A Story About My Uncle, stand […]

Jan
08

PREVIEW: Guardians of Ember

Guardians of Ember is an early access game which plays like a combination of Diablo and WoW. Is it good enough to be on your watch list or should be dumped in the sale bin of steam? Let’s find out: […]