Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Indie Zone

Phantom Trigger – Bland Name, Pretty Good Game

Nintendo Switch/Steam Steam review code provided by publisher According to Bread Team, the developers of Phantom Trigger they have made a “Hardcore Neon Slasher”. When I...

Darkwood Review – A Trip Through Haunted Woods

Darkwood Review  “You are playing a challenging and unforgiving game”. So reads the first part of the warning that Darkwood displays as you load into...

Last Day of June is a Stylish, Bittersweet Ode to Coping...

Accepting the death of a loved one can be one of the most difficult things a person has to do. They leave a gaping...

He Beat Her is a Vague yet Deeply Disturbing Tale about...

Zephyo's He Beat Her is a sobering reminder of how complex, tragic, and deeply disturbing domestic abuse is.  In this game, you play as...

Typoman: Revised review

Typoman doesn't hesitate to excite. It is filled with great puzzles and challenges and the overall design is quite interesting. If you're looking for something different from your standard platforms or puzzlers I recommend that you try it out...

The Longest 5 Minutes review: A JRPG Distilled from Better JRPGs

Despite a good start and its many sterling qualities, TL5M is shackled by its temporal premise.

NORTH Review – A Haunting Experience

The strange environments and stranger inhabitants combined with a wonderfully creepy soundtrack added up to very disquieting experience. NORTH wasn’t enjoyable, but that seems like the point; it would be unfair to judge it in those terms.

Spiral Splatter review – “Splat Splat Splat”

For €4.99 there's very little to complain about. However, if you hate 'buzz wire' games you need to put this title in the sea.

Review: Fort Meow

Fort Meow is an indie strategy and puzzle based game developed by Upper Class Walrus. This is my first time playing any games from Upper Class Walrus but i quite enjoyed Fort Meow and it has left a good impression. Fort Meow is a perfect game for anyone who has little time on their hand but want to complete an interactive story in one sitting.

Absolver review – Near Perfect Combat, Infuriating Lag

Absolver Review - Near Perfect Combat, Infuriating Lag PS4/Windows PS4 review code provided by publisher Absolver is a martial-arts based action RPG set in a beautiful world...




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