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By Avian Michel, 3 years ago

Fernz Gate Review

Fernz Gate is a JRPG developed by Exe-Create Inc. and published by KEMCO. The game was originally released in 2016 for iOS and Android. In August 2018, releases were expanded to include the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS Vita, and PC. Prices vary among platforms, and there are “freemium” versions advertised for iOS and...

By Nate Lakritz, 3 years ago

Zero Sum Future Preview

Ever dreamed of becoming an intergalactic tycoon and raking in space cash like never before? If so, Zero Sum Future gives you the opportunity to face off against others with the same aspirations. You’ll have to ditch your combat cap for a more diplomatic one and build a corporate empire across planets, keeping an eye...

By Nate Lakritz, 3 years ago

Airships: Conquer the Skies Review

Fascinated with the grandeur of war, humanity has always tried to mimic global conquest from the safety of our homes. From paper-and-pencil battlefields to massive video game landscapes, history shows us an exciting evolution of war simulations. Airships: Conquer the Skies is the budget version of one’s dream war game with near-limitless possibilities and pixelated...

By Rilogator, 3 years ago

In Your Realm Review

The overall presentation of In Your Realm is, initially, pretty engaging. There is a haunted dream sort of feel that sets in from the opening cinematic as music draws you in and captions explain the game’s pretense. It’s described that the player character is going to enter their own mind and battle whatever they find....

By Thom van Tilburg, 3 years ago

Evergarden Review

Nathan Drake’s librarian cousin. As a puzzle-adventure game, Evergarden is the most soothing adventure I have been on in a long time. While this may disqualify it from being a true adventure game, it was something I absolutely loved. Its soothing presence feels refreshing not just for a game but in day-to-day life. Taking place...

By Avian Michel, 3 years ago

Starcaster Review

Starcaster is a side-scrolling pixel platformer featuring a wizard who fights enemies in a variety of worlds. The game is available on Steam for $2.99; however, developer and publisher Steam Blade Games has also made Starcaster available on GameJolt, which allows for optional donations ranging from $1-$10. An interesting thing to note is while Steam...

By Thom van Tilburg, 3 years ago

OneShift Review

OneShift is a puzzle platformer developed by Mazen Games. This new indie developer made its debut early this year with AtmaSphere, a “roll-a-ball” game, and is already back with its second release. Like many of the smaller indie games you find on Steam, OneShift takes its target genre and adds to it with one feature or concept from...

By Logan Underwood, 5 years ago

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Review

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero is the fourth installment in WayForward’s racy action-platformer series and the first entry to be specifically made for anything more powerful than a 3DS. Though I’m not what you’d call a massive die hard fan of the series, I am familiar with previous titles and thoroughly enjoyed both Risky’s Revenge and Pirate’s...

By Ray D., 5 years ago

Neon Warp Review

Neon Warp is a minimalistic puzzle game developed by Axel Sonic. The goal of the game is to turn each of the different colored tiles to the same color. The levels can get pretty tough, and because this game is so fresh, there is a major shortage of walkthroughs available right now. You’re on your...

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