Category: Reviews

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Interstellaria Review – Travel The Cosmos, Explore New Planets, Don’t Die

Interstellaria is a tactical ship, fleet, and crew management game developed by Coldrice. The game challenges players to travel through the cosmos, explore the landscape...

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Alphabear Review – Why Do Bears Like Spelling Bees?

It’s a pretty well-known fact that writers like word games. This is partially because most writers feed on words, but it’s also because we like feeling as...

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Yatagarasu: Attack on Cataclysm Review – A Well-timed Parry

After a successful IndieGoGo campaign which raised over $100,000 and a total of about eight years of development, a small team of ex-King of Fighters developers released...

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Super Star Path – Bathe the Starways in Multi-genred Blood

Super Star Path is an interesting 2D retro shooter that mixes two gameplay genres to blend a new experience. Using retro pixel art graphics, the game pays homage to the...

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Her Story Review – Stay a While and Listen

Indie games certainly never fail to mix up traditional gaming structures and genres, but I can’t say I’ve played anything similar to Her Story before. The...

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You Must Build a Boat Review – I Shall Go Sailing No More

You Must Build a Boat is, like its predecessor – 10,000,000 – basically Bejeweled, but with more screaming. Yeah. More screaming than Bejeweled. The new...

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Dark Echo Review – Maximum Horror

If someone asked me what I like most about video games, I would probably answer that I love how some of them can play with our minds and emotions, but in a good way....

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Technobabylon Review – Visions of the Future through an Ancient Lens

Digital games are a unique medium that have seen an extraordinary evolution since their birth. The first inklings of a technology-saturated future came from...

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Home is Where One Starts… Review – East of Eden, South of Gone Home

Home is Where One Starts… is a curious title for a very particular game, especially for people unfamiliar with the reference to T.S. Eliot’s work. A...

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Sunset Review: Cleaning More Than Just an Apartment

Sunset is the newest title from Tale of Tales, who’ve brought us such games as The Endless Forest and The Path. Surreal surroundings and serious material...