Author: Misery

Oct
22

PREVIEW: Gerty

A very promising game that takes many pre-existing concepts in the roguelite genre, and puts it’s own unique spin on them to produce something truly different.

Aug
12

REVIEW: Mothergunship

This first-person bullet hell game provides an exciting experience filled with crazy enemies and even crazier guns, but it doesn’t quite live up to it’s full potential.

Aug
05

REVIEW: Wizard of Legend

Wizard of Legend is an action-packed roguelike that takes a lot of inspiration from the beat-em-up genre, but unfortunately remains bland and repetitive throughout.

May
11

REVIEW: Last Encounter

While Last Encounter has all of the trappings of a good game, it is unfortunately marred by some pretty heavy drawbacks that drag down the entire experience.

May
09

REVIEW: Subaeria

Finally, an action-roguelike with a unique gameplay focus: getting your enemies to somehow destroy each other, rather than you fighting directly.  However, it does come up a bit short in some ways.

Mar
30

REVIEW: Deadbeat Heroes

 While this superhero themed brawler is fun, it definitely has some issues that hold it back quite a bit.

Oct
18

REVIEW: 20XX

Heavily inspired by the old Megaman games, and injected with roguelike elements, this brutal platformer will keep you coming back for more.

Sep
16

REVIEW: Castle of Shikigami

Castle of Shikigami – it’s been a very long time, but how does it hold up now that it is on PC?

Jun
23

REVIEW: Caveblazers

An incredible take on the Spelunky formula of roguelike + platformer, Caveblazers excels in almost every way, with only a couple of sizable flaws holding it back from reaching it’s full potential.

Jun
10

REVIEW: Straimium Immortaly

Mashing up multiple genres, it’s difficult to sum up just what this game is and how it plays.