Tag: single-player

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.

Feb
10

REVIEW: Dragon Quest XI – Echoes of an Elusive Age

Dragon Quest 11 is the newest game in an old series, and one that proves that it still has a lot to offer.

Feb
08

REVIEW: ASTRONEER

Does the thought of Space exploration and Minecraft pique your interest? Then read on to discover what adventures await in the world of Astroneer.

Jan
26

REVIEW: Feudal Alloy

At long last, the metroidvania that is all about fish controlled robots, Feudal Alloy, is finally here, but was it worth the wait?

Jan
18

REVIEW: Escape Doodland

Remember the auto-scroller levels in Rayman? Here is a game that consists entirely of these.

Jan
12

REVIEW: Double Cross

Double the Love, Triple the Hearts.

Dec
24

REVIEW: vApe Escape

vApe Escape is a short, interesting variation on the traditional point & click adventure game format.

Dec
16

REVIEW: Door Kickers: Action Squad

Two player coop between Broforce and SWAT.

Dec
12

REVIEW: Don’t Starve: Hamlet

Are you afraid of the dark? You just might be on to something. Is that a rumbling in your stomach or a monster looking to fill theirs? Either way, it’s important that you Don’t Starve.