Tuesday, June 25, 2019

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Review: Affordable Space Adventures

The first thing you’ll see when starting up Affordable Space Adventures is a collection of postcards, informational pamphlets, and general touristy bits and bobs. All...

Darkest Dungeon Review

Review: Darkest Dungeon

Sundered: Eldritch Edition review

Sundered: Eldritch Edition is a cross between a Metroidvania and a rogue-lite. Combining exploration and combat, the title does not hide its...

Review: Guns of Icarus Online

Guns of Icarus Online is a heavily team based multiplayer, which deviates greatly from a typical FPS game. Choose between three classes: Captain, Engineer,...

Manticore: Galaxy on Fire review – Merc Those Pirates, Fam!

Manticore: Galaxy on Fire is the space dogfighter you have been waiting for on your favourite portable home console. Whilst it doesn't quite match up to the legendary games of its genre, it's still a solid and very fun experience with very little to moan about

Stay! Stay! Is the Most Underrated Comedy Game to Come Out...

The beautiful thing about dating sims is that there's so many that no matter how niche your interests, there's something for everybody. Cute high...

Beholder review: Voyeuristic Soviet Fun

The easiest and laziest way to sum up Beholder is with the following equation, Fallout Shelter x Papers Please = Beholder. There are elements...

Budget Halloween Horror: Narcosis Review

Narcosis elevates itself above other walking simulators with its taut atmosphere being wonderfully sustained by its interesting mix of game-play, story and atmosphere

Review: Unmechanical Extended

Unmechanical Extended is a physics-based puzzle game with a strangely soothing (and equal parts enjoyable) music. It sports an interesting mix of biological and mechanical imagery throughout its artwork and, despite their being very little plot to the game I found myself immersed in the continually changing puzzle types.

Review: The Swindle

In The Swindle, thieves make Victorian London their playground, hacking steam-powered computers and avoiding robotic guards.

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