Jul
21

REVIEW: Dimension Jump

In Another Time and Place, A Great Puzzle Platformer Can Be Found from an Altered Perspective

Jul
20

PREVIEW: Rise of Industry

Do you yearn to be the next Richard Branson or Elon Musk?. Why put your hard money on the line. A smarter and more relaxing way, would be to create your own virtual business empire. With Rise of Industry you […]

Jul
19

REVIEW: A Light in the Dark

Why, oh why, did I turn down that dark alley. It’s a faster route home, but no one else travels through for it to be safe.

Jul
18

REVIEW: Detached (VR)

The great setting and graphics and excellent control systems could have been used to make a fantastic EVA simulator, rather than a slightly disappointing action game.

Jul
17

REVIEW: Mercenary Kings Reloaded

When the evil forces of an organization called CLAW have occupied a secret island, it’s time to tie your bandanna and free the world of another menace.

Jul
16

REVIEW: The Darkness 2

An intense first person shooter that delivers a twisted and average narrative of tragedy, modern crime drama, and supernatural horror… But the gore is awesome!

Jul
15

REVIEW: Unicorn Dungeon

Unicorn Dungeon is mostly a clever point & click adventure game, but one with a tedious dungeon area that you must survive repeatedly in order to advance the story. Though often quite funny, the hybrid game design and anachronistic graphics […]

Jul
14

REVIEW: Dig or Die

Play a science fiction door-to-door salesman whose space ship crash lands on a dangerous planet. Can you survive long enough to build another ship and escape?

Jul
13

ARTICLE: Neon Chrome: Overseer 5.0

Neon Chrome is widely said — by Genkipro — to be the best twin-stick shooter money can buy. But recently Genkipro had a rude awakening.

Jul
13

REVIEW: Ball Grabbers

Outstretch both arms and grab ’em balls.