Monday, January 20, 2020

Indie Zone

Rise and Shine review

For a game that costs 15 Euro, there is justnot enough game here to justify it and, although what little is there is fun and challenging...

Emily is Away Too Review: Charming, but Lacking

The year is 2006: Punk rock is cool, instant messaging is still a relatively new thing, and MySpace and Facebook are laying down the...

Dream Daddy Feels Like a Prologue for a Better Dating Sim

It breaks my heart that visual novels (and dating sims, which fall under the visual novel umbrella) aren't more popular in English-speaking countries. Despite...

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime review – A Fun Multiplayer Experience...

If you're just looking for some casual fun and like shoot em ups, Lovers on the Switch is right up your alley whether or not you have friends to play with. Tight game-play, stylish visuals, and plenty of maps to keep you entertained--everything's there.

Tartarus review: Highs Gradually Turn to Lows

Tartarus is a game with many elements that gradually decrease in quality as the game progresses. All of these elements however, are just window-dressing for the meat of the game which is the puzzles.

Review: Maia

Maia is an extra terrestrial colony simulator. The player's role in the game is to be the overseer of the first colony of humans living on the fictional planet Maia in the Tau Ceti system.

Community Inc. review – The Nadir of a Civilisation

While Community Inc may not be a good game, T4Interactive is a company that is worth watching in the future.

Omega Pattern Feels Like a Rough Draft of the Visual Novel...

2017 has been a real hit-or-miss year for visual novels. We've had some incredible hits like the long awaited release of Dies Irae, Pyre,...

One Eyed Kutkh review – An Outer Space Odyssey

It beggars belief that, with such a solid foundation in terms of imaginative design, it falls short on offering what could have been a well-executed rival to its comparisons.

Budget Halloween Horror: Syndrome review

Syndrome is a truly dreadful game on almost every level and there is absolutely no reason to buy it. In fact, if this game is ever received as a gift, the understanding should be that whatever relationship was once there has ended forever




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