Tag: roguelike

Mar
31

REVIEW: Undermine (Switch)

Hmm… you look different. Did you do something to your hair?

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
06

PREVIEW: Ultimate ADOM – Caverns of Chaos

Anything but ultimate, barely an Early Access successor to the splendidly majestic old school roguelike, ADOM – Ancient Domains of Mystery.

Mar
06

REVIEW: Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos

Being able to play a roguelike with friends is a nice inclusion. However, with only a few dungeons to clear and classes that don’t feel as distinct as they could, there’s room for improvement.

Feb
22

ARTICLE: Digging through Steam (February 2021)

Welcome to the tail’s end of February and another run-by of Steam’s doors and windows to alternate realities. I got worried for a second, looking through SteamDB, that there might not be enough worthy or even half-worthy contenders for a […]

Jan
19

REVIEW: Headbangers in Holiday Hell

The game has decent audio/visual quality, but the worst thing about it is that it’s pretty boring. The gameplay isn’t varied enough to hold one’s attention for long.

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

REVIEW: Roundguard

Roundguard is like Peggle with muscles. A lot of fun initially but attempts to keep your interest begin to wane after eight plus hours.

Dec
03

REVIEW: Morbid: The Seven Acolytes

For those who have conquered the Dark Souls games, this will feel like a 2D younger sibling that’s not as hard or refined. It’s a pretty good game regardless, and warrants a playthrough.

Nov
27

REVIEW: Tower Fortress

Ported over from mobile, it translates into a decent game on the PC. However, after beating the game, there’s not much reason to keep playing, in spite of all the unlockable suits available.