Synchrom Review

When I started playing Synchrom, I was ready to write it off as another youtube-fodder rage game. But after a short period of time I found myself intensely immersed in the hypnotic rhythm of it, blasting beams ...

The Beginner’s Guide Review

The Stanley Parable has become something of a cultural phenomenon. Originally created as a mod in 2011 by Davey Wreden, it was a deconstruction of video games that used their inherent absurdity to subvert playe...

Stairs Review

There have been quite a few first-person horror games on Steam since the critical and commercial success of titles including Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Outlast. Most of them failed to bend or mold the genre ...

Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows Review

Few games succeed in nailing an aesthetic as well as Shovel Knight does. The retro platformer was one of the best indie titles of recent years, and words can’t describe how much I dug Shovel Knight (awful pun 1...

SOMA Review

It’s been five years since developer Frictional Games released its cult-hit Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Thanks to new venues like Twitch, as well as positive word of mouth, Amnesia has become a common name to su...

Galacide Review

Something is wrong and bots are eating precious metals. Miners are leaving asteroids abandoned as they flee. Traveling through the sector to find out the source of these bots and dangers, you must uncover who o...