Tag: platformer

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

PREVIEW: 30XX

Blue Bomber ver.ANOTHER

Jan
17

ARTICLE: Digging through Steam (January 2021)

First month of 2021, it hasn’t exactly started brighter or better, but at least it’s not 2020 anymore. As SteamDB would attest, when asked over a bottle of whiskey after seeing all the detritus on a daily basis, Steam continues […]

Jan
13

PREVIEW: Kinetic Edge

Kinetic Edge – be the ball. Or cube.

Jan
06

REVIEW: Angry Video Game Nerd II: ASSimilation

Many gamers will recognize the AVGN, as he’s torn to shreds retro games you may or may not have grown up playing. However, though his game isn’t nearly as bad as the ones he’s roasted, it’s still kind of a […]

Jan
06

REVIEW: Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe

The AVGN is an internet icon by this point, so it’s no wonder he stars in his own game. The deluxe version cleans up some errors from the originals, but doesn’t go far enough to really feel deluxe.

Jan
03

REVIEW: Mushroom 11

Some credit should be given for the game’s functionality considering the regrowing mechanism could have been a huge mess. However, the requirements necessary to overcome some of the obstacles are beyond the point of reason.

Dec
13

ARTICLE: Digging through Steam (December 2020)

Among a smorgasboard of asset flips, hentai puzzles, obscene amounts of trashy Danielle Steel visual novels and cheap knock offs of popular games, it might be a slightly tedious task of searching for new Steam games that aren’t of the […]

Dec
10

REVIEW: Panzer Paladin

Mega Man in a mech. Kind of.

Nov
29

REVIEW: Journey

Journey is incredibly atmospheric and immersive. The story is open to interpretation but it will keep you gripped throughout, nonetheless.