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By doef1997, 4 months ago

Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain Review

Every summer my room is invaded by ants. That said, repelling the little blighters can be a hassle when a) they return in greater numbers like a pack of Tusken Raiders and b) I’d rather not take a life (videogames don’t count). Why am I telling you this? Well, it’s because the latest installment of...

By Luke Heyen, 4 months ago

Reverie: Sweet As Edition Review

Reverie is a 2D, open-world, action-adventure game set on a fictional island off the coast of New Zealand. You play as the protagonist, Tai, trying to solve the mysteries on the island inspired by Maori legends. Reverie: Sweet As Edition is developed by a small indie team based in Auckland, New Zealand. This is the...

By Jordan Lucero, 4 months ago

Yoshi’s Crafted World Review

Back in 2015, Yoshi got crafty in Yoshi’s Wooly World. Now, Yoshi’s gotten even craftier in Yoshi’s Crafted World. Like other Yoshi games, it’s fun, simple, and looks great, but it’s even better than usual this time. Story In Yoshi’s Crafted World, the Sundream Stone’s gems are lost when Kamek and Bowser Jr. attempt to...

By doef1997, 5 months ago

FAR: Lone Sails Review

I imagine trying to survive an apocalypse is tough. I want to believe I’d be the fearless Tallahassee of Zombieland fame, but I’d probably end up like the poor, fat blighter at the beginning of the film — a human happy meal. Of course, the apocalypse doesn’t have to feature any sort of zombie or...

By Nate Lakritz, 5 months ago

The Wild Age Review

Heavily inspired by the Kingdom franchise, The Wild Age is a slow-paced, survival-management game with a medieval theme. The goal is simple — defend your village from barbarians that spawn at night by generating income and implementing various defensive schemes. Whether you choose to build up walls, purchase an army of archers, plant watchtowers, or...

By doef1997, 5 months ago

Where the Bees Make Honey Review

We all pine for simpler times, don’t we? Or is that just a cliché movie line that nobody uses in the real world? Either way, the imagination of a child can be magical and as we get older, sometimes we must let parts of our youth get left behind — because apparently there’s no place...

By Jordan Lucero, 5 months ago

Defense Grid 2 Review

Odds are, you’ve played a tower defense game. Maybe you’ve played Bloons Tower Defense, Defense Grid: The Awakening, or whatever else. Defense Grid 2 isn’t just another tower defense game, it’s tower defense perfected. Gameplay The most important part of a tower defense game is gameplay. Defense Grid 2 delivers. Like most tower defense games,...

By Nate Lakritz, 5 months ago

Riftwalker Preview

Riftwalker is an upcoming tower defense game that puts a slight spin on the genre by incorporating procedurally generated maps. Currently in the earliest stages of early access, it promises a deep storyline with a massive collection of lore. The game contains all your standard tower defense fare, from various tower options and upgrades to...

By Luke Heyen, 5 months ago

LifeAfter Review

LifeAfter is a zombie survival game for mobile devices, created by Chinese developer NetEase. It originally released late 2018 in China and the English translated version launched on February 27th, 2019. LifeAfter is free for iOS and Android, set in a post-apocalyptic world where a zombie outbreak has taken over and you have to survive!...

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