Tag: gaming

Jul
29

REVIEW: The Gardens Between – Xbox Gamepass

The Gardens Between takes a simple method of puzzling and manages to make it something notable, which is an achievement in and of itself.

Jul
21

REVIEW: Malicious Fallen – PS4

In the age of SoulsBorne games, Monster Hunter World, and Sekiro, you may have glanced at a PS4 title called Malicious Fallen. Or, maybe not, and this is the fist time you’ve ever heard of it. Boss rush game, anyone? […]

Jul
14

REVIEW: Yeli Orog

Yeli Orog manages to create a short-but-immersive, realistic, Lovecraftian experience that brings to mind several of its classic peers. Though held back by two problematic puzzles, the game is presently being offered for free, easily making it an attractive diversion.

Jul
02

REVIEW: The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II

A must-have JPRG back then and even more so now.

May
22

REVIEW: Volume

A Story Told One Pixel At A Time

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.

May
11

REVIEW: Tangledeep Legend of Shara

Get ready to return to the mystical realm known as Tangledeep. Uncover the lore behind “Shara’s Story” in this gripping new DLC. The Premium roguelike just got even better. Read on..

Apr
28

REVIEW: Annwn: the Otherworld

Annwn takes a classic game from the 1980s and brings it screaming into 2019. Dive into the spooky Otherworld in this gripping re-imagining of The Sentinel.

Apr
24

REVIEW: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

The arduous but rewarding path of the shinobi

Apr
08

ARTICLE: A Project Stream Beta Tester’s Thoughts on Google Stadia

After playing on Google’s Project Stream back in late 2018, I thought I’d share my feelings about Google Stadia and cloud gaming. Crossing the Streams Oh, Stadia. I’ve been wondering when something like you would show up. Looks like Google […]