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Kim Berkley

‘Knytt Underground’ Review – Deceptive Simplicity

Some games are like candy, a sweet, guilty pleasure that delights the taste-buds but ultimately incapable of sating real hunger. Others are full-course meals: delicious,...

‘King Voxel’ Preview – A Quest For Queen And Country

Do you pine for the golden days of the Atari 2600 and the original Nintendo Entertainment System? If retro gaming is your calling, check out Lecker Klecker’s upcoming...

Explore Terra Incognita in ‘Astral Terra’

One of the biggest draws of video games is the ability to step into an entirely other world, to explore new lands and interact with the strange and unusual creatures...

Race Against Time In ‘Dino Run 2’

Out of the lava and into the lava pit! Pixeljam, creators of the popular Dino Run, are back and ready to make prehistory once more with the sequel to their success. Dino...

‘Core of Innocence’ Preview – Sidequests, And Fanservice, Galore

If you ever wanted superpowers (and a super-skimpy outfit to go with them), you might want to take a look at Core of Innocence, an upcoming adventure platformer for the...

‘Lilly Looking Through’ Review – Ogle Goggles

In a world where bigger and louder is too often mistaken for better, and “epic” is the new “cool”, it’s easy to overlook a pretty little gem of a game...

‘Goodbye Deponia’ Review – Good Things Come In Threes

Rufus, the self-appointed hero of the Deponia series – not to mention, king of wanton destruction and mostly unintentional murder – is back for one last harebrained...

‘The Inner World’ Review – The Winds Of Faith

Looking to indulge in a little virtual escapism? Look no further than Studio Fizbin’s The Inner World. This elaborately designed point-and-click adventure for the PC...

‘Doorways’ (Chapters 1-2) Review – Lost In The Dark

Brace yourselves, fellow gamers: October is coming. In honor of the flood of horror games and “let’s plays” about to be unleashed upon us, this week’s game is a...

‘Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs’ Review – From A Whimper To A Squeal

After over a year of nail-biting anticipation and many a fangirlish squeal at the prospect of a whole new descent into terrifying darkness, I discovered that diving...