Tag: action

Jun
22

REVIEW: Shift Quantum

Shift Quantum is a new game of the popular Shift series. With an enormous number of levels and even a story, it’s definitely one of the best puzzle platformers out there.

Jun
22

REVIEW: Juicy Realm

Juicy Realm is a little fun twin-stick shooter that is extremely pleasing to the eyes but lacks any real substance.

Jun
21

REVIEW: Wonderboy

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap : Why a Game Save File from ’89 Warrants Playing Today.

Jun
20

NEWS: Dig or Die Leaves EA on July 10th

Three years of work and community engagement come to fruition in french studio Gaddy Games’ indie gem Dig or Die launch trailer

Jun
15

REVIEW: The Mercury Man

The Mercury Man is an action-adventure game that tries to be fresh and new by introducing experimental ideas, and various types of gameplay at once, but it fails to execute any of these things properly. This results in a title […]

Jun
14

PREVIEW: Don’t Stand Out

A look at Don’t Stand Out, a top-down voxel battle royale arena

Jun
13

REVIEW: Ancestors Legacy

Have you ever wondered what occupied your ancestors 1000 years ago? How did they keep themselves busy? What kind of lives did they have? Did you ever stopped to think that if they hadn’t done whatever it was they did […]

Jun
10

REVIEW: Catmaze

Catmaze is one of those games that seems that it isn’t getting the attention that it deserves, even though it’s a bit rough around the edges.

Jun
09

REVIEW: Rogues Like Us

Rogues Like Us is a minimalist but entertaining roguelike game with a budget price tag and many hours of fun. The only bad thing about it is that co-op is local only, otherwise it’s a very solid title that any […]

Jun
08

REVIEW: Vampyr

For being one of the most anticipated games of 2018, Vampyr does not meet expectations and reveals itself as a mediocre, generic, inconsistent action-adventure game that is saved, in part, only by good character development and an intriguing game world.