Tag: single-player

Apr
20

PREVIEW: Foundation

Foundation first came to my attention in early 2018, when seemingly out of nowhere, it managed to score more than double its initial goal on Kickstarter. Fast forward about a year, and the game finally hits Steam’s Early Access. So, […]

Apr
10

REVIEW: APE OUT

A most brutal escape.

Apr
07

REVIEW: AWAY: Journey to the Unexpected

Don’t judge a book by its cover…

Apr
05

REVIEW: Generation Zero

A premise so original that it ends up being disappointingly generic

Mar
29

REVIEW: Dawn of Man

Madruga Works have gone all the way from space colonization on their previous game Planetbase, to the Paleolithic Age now on Dawn of Man. But how well do they exactly fare given the change of scenery?

Mar
28

PREVIEW: Bloom

Fight your way through hordes of demon summoners in this retro-inspired FPS. Bloom is a simplistic, no-nonsense, “shoot everything that moves” kind of game and it works.

Mar
26

REVIEW: Chromatic Aberration

Chromatic Aberration is a Pixel-Art Action Shooter that tries to be a “Doom Clone” but just falls short of standing out.

Mar
05

REVIEW: WarGroove

This all-you-can-eat buffet will keep your turn-based and pixel-art needs well satiated.

Feb
16

REVIEW: Cyberdrome

Fight through the battles like a ninja god in a first-person, cyberpunk-style and melee-heavy arcade arena world.

Feb
11

REVIEW: Lust for Darkness

What Agony could have been if it had kept in check its wild ambitions.