Tag: steam

Oct
26

REVIEW: Train Valley

Frantic, frustrating, but often fun. Traffic management where you build the tracks.

Oct
26

REVIEW: Train Valley 2 DLC – Passenger Flow

A half-step back towards the formula of the original, Train Valley seems a little confused about what it seeks to be.

Oct
11

REVIEW: Project Hospital

The world is full of maladies and it’s up to you to create a hospital capable of treating them.

Oct
07

ARTICLE: How GOG Galaxy 2.0 is almost the launcher everyone needs

And for “everyone”, I mean everyone who has tons of games scattered among 6 or more different launchers

Oct
02

PREVIEW: 3000th Duel

What happens when Castlevania meets Soulslike? Neopopcorn tries their hand on it!

Sep
27

REVIEW: Trailmakers

Do you fancy blasting around in your very own handcrafted dune buggy? Then jump into the massive open-world builder that is Trailmakers!

Sep
11

PREVIEW: Killsquad

Would Heroes of the Storm and Helldivers make a good mix?

Jul
29

REVIEW: The Gardens Between – Xbox Gamepass

The Gardens Between takes a simple method of puzzling and manages to make it something notable, which is an achievement in and of itself.

Jul
14

REVIEW: Yeli Orog

Yeli Orog manages to create a short-but-immersive, realistic, Lovecraftian experience that brings to mind several of its classic peers. Though held back by two problematic puzzles, the game is presently being offered for free, easily making it an attractive diversion.

Jul
01

REVIEW: Vambrace: Cold Soul

After patch 1.08, Vambrace: Cold Soul evens out some of the gameplay mechanics many customers were complaining about.