Author: Genkipro

Jun
18

REVIEW: Punch Line (PC)

If he sees underwear, humanity will be destroyed!

Jun
05

REVIEW: BATTLETECH: Urban Warfare

The latest DLC for Harebrained Schemes’ excellent BATTLETECH brings stealth and city-based battles to the table.

Jun
01

PREVIEW: Gaia

Survival-crafting on humanity’s ancestral homeworld, or something like that, anyway.

May
18

REVIEW: Dark Future: Blood Red States

While a very different game to its board-game ancestor, Dark Future is a great evolution of the source material. Just ask President Emilio Estevez!

May
09

REVIEW: Fade to Silence

While the game’s approach to the survival genre is a welcome attempt, ultimately it leaves the player feeling a little cold.

Apr
19

REVIEW: Train Valley 2

Train Valley 2 is significantly different from its predecessor, but that doesn’t mean it’s significantly better.

Apr
17

PREVIEW: Fate Hunters

Fate Hunters is like a more serious Monster Slayers …

Apr
13

ARTICLE: Genkipro on Game Addiction and the Dangers of Bundles

… or how my Steam library grew from nothing to 7000 games, and why the gaming industry is doomed! Hi, I’m Genkipro and I’ve always liked games! I’m a gamer from way back. The first computer in my house when […]

Apr
01

PREVIEW: Volcanoids

Beautiful at a distance, but ugly up close, the gameplay in Volcanoids suffers from the same problem as the striking graphics.

Mar
20

REVIEW: The Wilting Amaranth

While the art style may not be everyone’s cup of tea, The Wilting Amaranth makes a worthwhile addition to an adult visual novel collection.