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By Avian Michel, 10 months 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, 10 months 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 Thom van Tilburg, 10 months ago

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Review

The Pokémon franchise has been experiencing a kind of renaissance over these last few years. After interest seemed to fade during its fifth and sixth generation titles, the franchise managed to get itself back in the game and arguably come out even stronger than before. The success of Pokémon Go is the obvious example, and...

By Logan Underwood, 2 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., 2 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...

By Nate Lakritz, 2 years ago

Doom Review

DOOM is truly unique from other first-person shooters due to its ultra fast-paced gameplay and loads of extreme gore. Unlike the formulaic first-person shooters of the world, DOOM puts a absolutely ruthless, yet comedic mercenary through the gates of hell, not once, not twice, but three times. Bringing forth a demonic horror aspect piles even...

By Joshua L., 3 years ago

Hiiro Review

You know one thing I have noticed these days about stories? They are always really complex and confusing. Why can’t things ever be simple? It always goes something like — bad guy is not actually the bad guy but is a good guy who was manipulated by who you thought was the good guy who is actually...

By Garrett W., 3 years ago

Dream Review

I can call Dream a puzzle game or a world unlike any here on Earth, but I think the best way to describe it is an experience. Traversing through various dreams and nightmares, Dream takes you through some jaw dropping and spine chilling sights that can only be reached by solving puzzle challenges. It isn’t...

By Joshua L., 3 years ago

Until I Have You Review

Have you ever wanted to go back to the 80’s and play Contra or the original Super Mario? Do you remember the frustration of constantly dying? Don’t you miss that? Don’t you miss the struggle? No? Yes? Well, I do. I remember both the angry moments and the joy that I felt when I beat a level....

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