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6.4
Early Access Reviews

‘Trollskog’ The Charming Medieval Village Building Game

George Aquilla Hardy
I have no shame admitting that medieval fantasy is my bread and butter. I can’t get enough of it. So when I happened upon Trollskog (a medieval-inspired indie game), I was more than eager to jump straight in....
58.0
PC Reviews

‘Monsters of Kanji’ is a Lacking Linguistic Tale

Mallory Spencer
It’s surprising how such a traditional-style RPG can offer a breath of fresh air to a genre of which’s indie scene is currently swamped with meta-derivative works. While these works are often entertaining, it can also be nice to return to a simple adventure reminiscent of the 90s era, and...
54.0
Nintendo Switch Reviews

Switch’s ‘Subdivision Infinity DX’ is Like Space, But Not in a Good Way

Richard Barnes
I have been playing Subdivision Infinity DX on and off for a few weeks now on Switch in the lead up to its release. While parts of it have been fun, I have mostly found myself dissatisfied and forcing myself to keep playing to get as much out of it...
64.0
PC Reviews

‘Them Bombs’ is Sure to be a Blast

Richard Barnes and Kelsey Galpin
Them Bombs is the debut title from 2017 Polish development team Yellow Dot. It’s in a similar style to Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes by Steel Crate Games from 2015. In fact, it’s way too similar....
88.0
Nintendo Switch Reviews

‘Friday the 13th: The Game’ finds New Blood on Nintendo Switch

Colton Butler
After a gap of nearly 30 years, Friday the 13th: The Game has returned to a Nintendo console. In the years since 1989’s NES title, we’ve recently received a fun mobile puzzle game, but nothing quite like this. Now Gun Media and Illfonic, with the help of Black Tower Studio and......
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