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By doef1997, 2 weeks 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 doef1997, 3 weeks 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 Magnus S, 4 weeks ago

SpellKeeper, a Logic Puzzler, Is Out for Nintendo Switch On April 2nd

Once upon a time, there was a kingdom, which fell into danger because its special butterflies were ill. Those butterflies were used for important potions and elixirs, and magical energy was needed to save them. That is the mission the player must face in SpellKeeper, a mini puzzle game developed by Studio Gier, a small...

By Nate Lakritz, 4 weeks 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, 1 month ago

Google Stadia and a Microsoft-Nintendo Partnership Shape the Future of Gaming

Are we at the very start of something game-changing in the video game industry or is all this just going to pass us by? This week seemed to get bigger and better for video gamers as it went on, from Google’s Stadia announcement to Xbox sharing one of their more popular licenses in a continuing...

By Magnus S, 1 month ago

Xenon Racer Will Release Across All Platforms on March 26th

Already available in open beta on Steam since February 27th, Xenon Racer is going to be published for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC on March 26th. It is a futuristic arcade racing game that takes place in the year 2030, an era of transition between wheel-based and flying vehicles. The game allows...

By Avian Michel, 1 month ago

Devotion Review

Devotion is a first-person psychological horror game developed and published by Red Candle Games. Due to controversy surrounding the game’s contents, it is currently unavailable to purchase, but a review of this game is still relevant today in the wake of initial reactions. Devotion was originally released for PC on Steam on February 19th but...

By doef1997, 1 month ago

Eternity: The Last Unicorn Review

Norse Mythology is something of a road less traveled in videogames compared to its metaphorically Greek brother. However, I was keen to see as to how Eternity: The Last Unicorn, described by developer Void Studios as a “featured action RPG inspired by tales from Norse Mythology with classic game mechanics that bring a nostalgic feeling...

By Nate Lakritz, 2 months ago

Devil Engine Review

Devil Engine is a fast-paced, horizontal, bullet hell shooter heavily inspired by the era of 32-bit arcade shoot ‘em ups. The game could have very well been a remake or re-imagining of some older title, but turns out to be completely original. Your task is to navigate through a futuristic environment dominated by legions of...

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