Tag: exploration

Mar
30

REVIEW: ENDZONE: A World Apart

Endzone, a game that does nothing perfect but still feels like a pretty good game.

Mar
28

ARTICLE: Digging through Steam (March 2021)

March is slowly marching it’s way out, leaving us with wonderful month long observances such as National Celery and National Frozen Food month in the U.S. and some lovely date specific holidays, like the National Festival of Trees held every […]

Mar
19

PREVIEW: Ronin: Two Souls

RONIN: Two Souls – A tale of 4 hours and three chops (so far).

Feb
24

REVIEW: Phoenotopia: Awakening

This remake of a free game from 2014 has great visuals and an interesting story. However, with clunky controls and other noticeable flaws, it doesn’t present a strong case for why gamers should buy it.

Feb
17

REVIEW: NUTS

This game is… nuts?

Feb
13

REVIEW: Earth Analog

Earth Analog is definitely an ambitious single-dev Indie space sim, that manages to achieve a lot especially on the technical side. Despite its notable successes in some fields, lack of polishing, terrible optimization and gameplay issue ultimately make this only […]

Feb
09

REVIEW: Carto

Underneath its cute façade lies a very tough puzzle game. Frustrating in places due to its ambiguous instructions it wins you over with its cute characters and humorous situations.

Feb
04

REVIEW: Resident Evil 5

Carrying forward many of the changes from the previous title in the series, Resident Evil 5 is an excellent coop shooter even if it fails to uphold the survival horror legacy that was set before it.

Jan
19

REVIEW: Resident Evil 4

The president’s daughter has been kidnapped and Leon Kennedy is our only hope. If only Chris could have made it…

Jan
15

REVIEW: UNREAL LIFE

Unreal Life is a well presented and quirky pixel art adventure that left me with more questions than answers.