May
21

REVIEW: Bullet Witch

The 2018 PC remaster of this 2006 Xbox 360 title doesn’t seem to add that much, but Alicia looks better than ever.

May
20

REVIEW: Space Battlecruiser

A decent space shooter with light strategy elements, that could be a good game for this price range but is impaired by some debatable design choices and rather unfair balancing in later game.

May
20

REVIEW: FAR: Lone Sails

A beautiful, but flawed mini-masterpiece, FAR: Lone Sails has some wonderful scenes coupled with some frustrating bugs.

May
19

PREVIEW: The Universim

Ever wanted to rule the world? Why think so small!? The entire Universe can be yours to shape! It’s time to break out your divine will, assume the role of the Supreme Creator, and shape the lives of the Nugget […]

May
19

REVIEW: Monster Prom

Should I vouch for this guy or ruin his chances for a Prom date? Oh, what the heck; I’ll vouch for ya, dude! +2 Charm

May
18

PREVIEW: Bloody Trapland 2: Curiosity

Following the success of the first game, Bloody Trapland 2: Curiosity comes along with more hardcore platforming action.

May
18

REVIEW: Fox n Forests

Fox n Forests is a simple yet fun throwback to the era of 16-Bit platformers.

May
17

NEWS: BIG Festival

Firewatch designer Chris Remo, Playdead co-founder Dino Patti and Ubisoft Assassin’s Creed Origins designers Isabelle Bismuth & Alan Van Slyke to headline 2018 BIG (Brazil’s Independent Games) Festival Business Forum.

May
17

REVIEW: Conan Exiles

Dive naked into the Exiled Lands. Chop up your own dead body and eat it, then beat on your enemies with your own severed leg.

May
17

REVIEW: Tempest Citadel

Tempest Citadel is an RTS/Management game with a good setting and a decent storyline, but it falls short with its combat mechanics and generally poor explanations of how the game itself works. A real pity, because it had good potential.