Author: The Schmaltzy Cynic

May
14

REVIEW: Bad North

Through harsh winters, frozen rains and burned-away homes, Bad North is a lite-rogue-lite journey that makes you wish the journey was as big as the ocean when it’s really a dip in a nearby puddle.

Apr
06

REVIEW: Hell Warders

If you’re going to go through the depths of Hell, you’re going to need friends–no, really, you’re going to need several to get through Hell Warders.

Mar
21
Mar
12

REVIEW: Tooth and Tail

Tooth and Tail is one of the most accessible and memorable RTS games to date.

Feb
27

REVIEW: OneShot

How far can you suspend your disbelief until a NPC/AI can appear human? OneShot puts you to that test.

Feb
17

REVIEW: Boot Hill Bounties

This is not another Earthbound gem obsessed with the past. Between a few unique twists, there is a rich narrative for fans and their children to cherish in the Wild West.

Feb
01

REVIEW: Worbital

Worms-like shenanigans on an interplanetary scale.

Sep
30

REVIEW: Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball

Why You Should Play Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball.

Aug
31

REVIEW: RobbOtto

What would be a new NES classic in 2018, RobbOtto is about two robots trying not to kill one another as they attempt to work together to learn the meaning of friendship.

Aug
09

REVIEW: Bloodlust Shadow Hunter

You’re not going to believe me when I say this game is a classic without playing it for yourself, but let me explain why you should give it a chance.