Tag: singleplayer

May
31

REVIEW: Ritual of the Moon

Part interactive art, part experimental narrative, and part digital therapy, the lunar-themed Ritual of the Moon is ultimately a weightless experience.

Mar
05

REVIEW: WarGroove

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

Nov
20

REVIEW: American Patriots: The Swamp Fox

Yet another terrible survival FPS lacking in features and optimization, and most importantly it is not fun.

Nov
04

REVIEW: Hell Shooter

Hell Shooter is a old-school FPS game… Well at least it wants to try to be one.

Aug
28

REVIEW: Guacamelee! 2

“Thou shalt be the winner and not the chicken dinner.” The long-awaited sequel to the 2013 indie-hit is finally here.

Aug
21

REVIEW: Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered

It’s time to wreak havoc on Mars with your trusty sledgehammer once more. You know what, why not use some C4 as well! Let’s watch the pretty explosions!

Aug
20

REVIEW: Yakuza 0

Like a Dragon

Aug
11

REVIEW: Mechanism

A unique puzzle game about a robot in a ruined world infected with the mysterious “Phlegm” that raises more questions then it answers, and it is filled with bugs.

Jul
08

REVIEW: Arizona Sunshine + Dead Man DLC

The Zombie Apocalypse in VR! We talkin’ “Evil Dead” levels of awesome, or stuck in that Underground Bunker watching “Zombie Lake”? Let’s get knee deep in the dead and find out!

Jun
28

PREVIEW: Paper Dungeons Crawler

Paper Dungeons Crawler melds a new runic system into the roguelike genre, and it also offers a couple more unique systems to the mix. Let’s take a dive into Cyndaria and see what we can unearth.