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By Rilogator, 4 months ago

Wargroove Review

Wargroove is a medieval fantasy, turn-based tactical RPG. The most direct comparison would be to Nintendo’s Advance Wars series, though inspiration is also drawn from Fire Emblem. Players can adventure through the story-driven campaign mode, online and local multiplayer matches, or utterly expansive user-created content. There are a variety of units, factions, and game modes...

By Luke Heyen, 4 months ago

Deltarune Chapter 1 Review

By Luke Heyen – @StickersPlays, @HitStartPod, co-host of the Hit Start Podcast Deltarune is developed and published by Toby Fox, the creator of indie success Undertale. Fans of the series will be happy with this new entry. It is currently available for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC for free. Deltarune is a turn-based RPG where...

By Rilogator, 4 months ago

Meeple Station Review

Meeple Station is a colony management game by Vox Games. It can seem pretty complex at first which is common in this genre, but after some practice and help from the game’s wiki, things can actually run pretty smoothly for a while. The interface is fairly clear and tips will help you get started. Meeple Station‘s...

By Nate Lakritz, 4 months ago

Forager Review

Heavily inspired by Stardew Valley and similar role-playing exploration games, Forager is a colorful adventure through the pixelated frontier. As you gather and craft resources, the world of Forager gradually expands and offers new challenges. While there aren’t any defined goals specified in the game, plenty of sandbox-style fun can be had as you explore...

By Avian Michel, 5 months ago

AWAKE – Definitive Edition Review

AWAKE – Definitive Edition is a 2D point-and-click adventure game developed by Storyyeller Games and Off The Beaten Track, and published by Schreihals Interactive. It was originally known simply as AWAKE, which was created for Adventure Jam 2016. AWAKE – Definitive Edition polishes up the rougher mechanics of AWAKE (2016) and expands the game to multiple...

By Nate Lakritz, 5 months ago

Overture Review

Created by the widely known Black Shell Media’s game development subsidiary, Black Shell Games, Overture is a roguelike RPG with plenty to offer. It is a clean game with a surprising amount of depth and creativity in character selection. Practically every essential roguelike feature is included, from dungeon boss battles to a plethora of loot...

By Nate Lakritz, 5 months ago

Protocol Review

Protocol is played in the style of a walking simulator, where instead of exploring a unique environment or experimenting with your surroundings sandbox-style, you essentially play as a slave. Gameplay consists of following a literal protocol and proceeding through a dangerous sci-fi landscape as a lab rat. One wrong move to contradict your A.I. overseer’s...

By Nate Lakritz, 6 months ago

Tainted Grail: The Fall of Avalon is Going Digital

Tainted Grail: The Fall of Avalon is widely known for being one of the most successful board game Kickstarter campaigns to date, amassing over six million dollars in funds. It’s an immersive tabletop game for 1-4 players filled with beautiful art and storylines. Soon, the physical version of Tainted Grail: The Fall of Avalon will...

By Avian Michel, 6 months ago

Death Collector Review

Death Collector is an interactive fantasy novel written by Jordan Reyne and published by Choice of Games. It plays out similarly to a visual novel but is completely text-based with no CGs, sprites, or music. Death Collector looks very much like an e-book but features player choices that determine the ending, making it an interactive...

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