Homesick Review

Commenting on the state of our world and the direction in which it may be headed, Homesick’s message is clear, but is ultimately diluted by a dull narrative and esoteric puzzles. The first person exploration ga...

Pregnancy Review

This review contains spoilers. Pregnancy is a difficult piece of media to really review for a few reasons. To describe my issues with the game, spoilers and a content warning for sexual assault are necessary...

Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker Review

As video games evolve further towards their final form of complete domination over all of culture, we can expect more and more niche topics to be adopted by developers. However, I admit that I was surprised to ...

Invisible, Inc. Review

Over the last few days I've been ruminating on how best to express my disappointment with something that everyone else seemed to love. There’s probably a word in French or German that would best express the sen...

Not A Hero Review

Let’s get it out of the way then, shall we? The comparisons to Hotline Miami are inescapable: both feature violent antiheroes and pixelated rooms full of glorious brutalised corpses, while music thumps away int...

Telepath Tactics Review

At PAX East this year I discovered a game called Telepath Tactics. The booth was run by a man who turned out to be the developer behind it, and a woman who had an awesome cosplay but I couldn’t quite figure out...