PC PS4 Reviews

Enter an Art Deco Nightmare in ‘Dollhouse’

Colton Butler
Like its antagonistic mannequins, Dollhouse is not what it first seems. Gameplay initially felt like a tutorial for what multiplayer mode, but quickly became a unique spin on the “collect things while a monster chases you” subgenre of horror. With a retro setting and gorgeous art design, Dollhouse is a...

The Long Dark Is A True Survival Game Through And Through

Mark Filipov
Over the years, there seems to have been a shift in what a survival game is. Not horror-survival or any other subcategory of survival, but rather a true survival game. These types of games used to be about — you guessed it — survival. Food, water, and shelter were your top priorities, and they...
Early Access PC Reviews

Daemonical Review: The Devil’s In The Details

Brandon Lyttle
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 the role as one of five survivors with only two...
Indie News Press Release

WWII simulator ‘Bomber Crew’ coming to consoles on July 10

Travis LeFevre
Fasten your seatbelts and put your tray tables in the upright, locked position, because Runner Duck Games, a Brighton-based two-man team, alongside award-winning publisher Curve Digital announced today that Bomber Crew is will be landing on consoles on July 10. In Bomber Crew players must recruit, train and upgrade their...
Indie News Press Release

‘Subnautica’ on sale for World Oceans Day

Travis LeFevre
Independent development team Unknown Worlds Entertainment has announced that their hugely popular underwater game Subnautica will be going on sale until June 11 in an effort to raise money for the Whale and Dolphin Conservation. During this time, Subnautica will be available on Steam at a 20 percent discount and...
Indie News

How Red Barrels Made an Impactful Addition to Horror Gaming

Travis LeFevre
One of the biggest struggles when it comes to independent creators, both in gaming and in other forms of art, is getting exposure and achieving their big break. Sometimes, however, they break through and prevail, with their work making its way into the mainstream. Red Barrels, a Montreal-based studio, got...

spaceBOUND Review: In Space, No One Can Hear You Throw a Controller

Colton Butler
The title of this piece may seem negative, but do not let it dissuade you. Though difficult, spaceBOUND is without a doubt one of the most refreshing, rewarding puzzle-platforming games I have played in some time. What’s more, is you do not have to go it alone. At the heart of the...