All The World’s a Stage – A Review of Plague Road

My overall sense is of a project that has plenty of ambition for its scale, but with a development team that lacked either the resources or the time to fully realize it. The art and writing demonstrate a clear vision and a care for a unified aesthetic that’s rare even amongst indie games, but this effort is undermined as a complete piece in other areas.

Genital Jousting Story Mode – Review

A wonderfully juvenile adventure that manages to effectively approach the subject of toxic masculinity I’ve been waiting long and hard for the release of Free Lives Games’ Genital Jousting, so when review copi...
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HIVESWAP: ACT 1 Review

Rarely does a game with such a troubled development turn out well. The developers of polygonal horrorshow Bubsy 3D tried so hard to rush out a Mario contender without the time or experience necessary to do so t...

Milkmaid of the Milky Way – Review

I’ve grown quite a fondness for point-and-click adventure games over the past year. In large part thanks to one of my girlfriends, with whom I played Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle for the first time in Ap...
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Review: Night in the Woods

I’ve been talking about Night in the Woods for a while now, starting with my coverage of the supplemental games back in January, and I’ve been dying to talk about it even more. Since its release on February 21,...