Category: Reviews

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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...

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Vertiginous Golf Review — Ups and Downs

Vertiginous: To cause, or to be related to causing vertigo. Golf: A pastime made infinitely more enjoyable by pinning the word “mini” to it with a hyphen....

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Lost Orbit Review – Barfing Bones

Lost Orbit is a game about being lost… and orbiting. Hm. Makes sense. The game opens on a lonely astronaut whose job it is to fly out to relay stations and repair...

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Quarries of Scred Review – They Might as Well be Salt Mines

Disclaimer: Noble Kale and I are friends. However, I volunteered to do this review because I enjoy the game and have the most experience following its development....

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Space Hulk Ascension: Dark Angels Review – A Return to Grace

Space Hulk Ascension is a turn-based strategy game that emulates the Warhammer 40k series that earned hardcore fans through its long run as a tabletop RPG. The Dark...

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GameLoading: Rise of the Indies Review – Indie Love, Encapsulated

Indie games have really grown up, haven’t they? GameLoading Rise of the Indies is the second big-time documentary regarding the not-so underground-anymore indie games...

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Convoy Review – FTL and Mad Max-Inspired, All Original

Convoy Games might have just made some people’s dreams come true, especially for anyone waiting excitedly for the Mad Max game that E3 teased us with last year. But...

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Fly in the House Review – Who Made this Mess?!

Solo developer Mikhail Konokh recently released Fly in the House, a uniquely strange title that plays on one of the world’s biggest annoyances: A fly buzzing...

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Star Drift Review – Fighting The Enemy Armada, With One Finger

Squarehead Studios recently released Star Drift, giving iOS players the control of a spaceship with the touch of a finger. The game itself is a 2D shooter which requires...