Author: Cowcrusher

Mar
16

PREVIEW: Fugl

Despite the psychedelic colors and meditative appeal, Fugl falters where it should soar.

Mar
03

REVIEW: Spinnortality

As unexpectedly addictive as it is unapologetically cynical, Spinnortality is like a world-dominating love-child born from the capitalistic orgy of Mad Med, Wolf of Wall Street, 1984, and Excel.

Feb
24

REVIEW: STONE

In the stash of stoner-detective-noirs such as The Long Goodbye, Inherent Vice, The Big Lebowski and Scooby Doo, the imitation gumshoe that is STONE gets lost in the haze.

Feb
04

REVIEW: TSIOQUE

TSIOQUE is like an interactive cartoon: colorful, delightful and inventive. The story and characters might be two dimensional, but the gameplay itself is never flat.

Jan
06

REVIEW: Crest

Crest is an indirect god game that tempts you with the tree of knowledge, but hands you only a small twig instead.

Dec
20

REVIEW: Storm Boy

Storm Boy brings a beloved children’s classic to life in a game that is enchantingly charming, however brief.

Dec
07

REVIEW: Fishing: Barents Sea + King Crab DLC

Fishing: Barents Sea + King Crab DLC – Somewhere in this shipwreck of a title there is a good game, but good luck fishing it out.

Nov
18

REVIEW: Deliver Us the Moon: Fortuna

A poetic name isn’t enough to keep Deliver Us the Moon: Fortuna from drifting lifelessly through empty space.

Nov
15

REVIEW: Headliner: NoviNews

Headliner: NoviNews promises to let you live out all your fake news fantasies in a game where moral ambivalence can save the world, and caring too much will destroy it all.

Sep
10

REVIEW: Aggressors: Ancient Rome

Ancient Romans may have given us the calendar, indoor plumbing, concrete, highways, and socks, but according to Aggressors: Ancient Rome, it’s their contributions to 4X gaming that will go down in history.