Category: PC

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author image by Coltan Piccione | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 12 Oct 2018

Wandersong Review: A Truly Lovely Melody

Wandersong is warm. Nearly everything about the game feels as if the player is wrapped in a comfortable blanket. It’s cozy and can’t help but make you smile. The art style is vibrant and is reminiscent of an old Dr. Seuss…

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author image by Travis LeFevre | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 05 Oct 2018

Hegis’ Grasp Review: Scary For All The Wrong Reasons

Playing through Hegis’ Grasp: Evil Resurrected, it’s easy to see that the namesake village is indeed cursed. Cursed with horrid visuals, buggy and awkward gameplay, and deer that run like they’re trying to bust a move in a nightclub (please,…

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author image by Coltan Piccione | Nintendo Switch PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 04 Oct 2018

Furi Review: Boss Rush With Flair

Furi is a game with immediate appeal. Just from screenshots, anyone can see that a lot of time and effort has been put into making it an extremely stylistic and beautiful game. The neon light aesthetic makes battle scenes pop…

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author image by Brandon Lyttle | Early Access PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 26 Sep 2018

Mind the Vikings Review: Viking Needs Food Badly!

City-building games have always been a niche category, but with the release of recent hits like Cities: Skylines and Banished there’s been renewed interest in the genre. Mind the Vikings follows the foundation and growth of a small viking hamlet…

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author image by Andrew McAtominey | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 20 Sep 2018

Radiant One Review: A Story That Lacks A Shine

Tired of the mundane life in which he finds himself, Daniel dreams of a world of possibilities but risks losing what’s really important in this narrative-driven, point-and-click adventure. As a point-and-click experience, the gameplay of Radiant One is rather simple….

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author image by Ali Abdullah | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 08 Sep 2018

Shadow Bug Review: Slicin’ and Dicin’

Shadow Bug is a platformer developed by Muro Studios. It is set in a world where the evil corporations are polluting the forests and our hero Shadow Bug must run, climb and slash through hordes of enemies to take back…

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author image by Dan Popoloski | Nintendo Switch PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 21 Aug 2018

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King Review: A Gem Not to Sleep On

There are plenty of games that try to make their own spin on beloved classics. As developers who grew up playing NES and SNES games come of age and begin finishing their own projects, the numbers have only grown. Some…

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author image by Andrew McAtominey | Nintendo Switch PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 18 Aug 2018

Semblance Review: Solid Gameplay In A Squishy World

Semblance is an indie puzzle-platformer with an adorable squishy character, a uniquely squishy world and creatively squishy puzzles. Dropped in without much preamble, you’ll find the game has a rather simple structure. There are three worlds: Cuddly, Swamp and Snowy,…

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author image by Brandon Lyttle | Early Access PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 15 Aug 2018

Daemonical Review: The Devil’s In The Details

A dark forest, scattered objectives and a bloodthirsty killer; this is the tried and true formula for most horror games. Daemonical takes the typical method and tries its best to make a fun multiplayer experience out of it. Players assume…

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author image by Brandon Lyttle | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 13 Aug 2018

Magicat Review: Catnip & Cantrips

Magicat follows the adventure of a magical cat seeking to reclaim a powerful crystal that has been stolen by a naughty monkey. Despite the cute aesthetic, players will find Magicat to be a challenging game. Each stage is separated into…

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