Broken Age: Act 2 Review

Last year's release of Broken Age: Act 1 was one of my personal contenders for Game of the Year. On Indie Haven, I gave it an Honorable Mention for Best Narrative that year. It was a delightful point and click ...

Titan Souls Review

Titan Souls is comparable to the ancient civilization depicted in the game. It starts out new, fresh and grand in scope, but  with time the game loses its luster. The game is the ultimate tease; alluding to ...

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Review

In the world of video game sequels, bigger is often seen as better. Taking the world, gameplay and story of fledgling series and dialing it up to 11 with everything the developers have Sometimes this works out ...

Shutter Review

Although I often look for complexity in games, it’s nice to come across a game like Shutter every once in a while. A survival horror game in the vein of the older Resident Evil titles, Shutter is by no means a ...

Review: Ironcast

Ironcast — A walking, mechanical tank (mech) equipped with large weapons and powered by steam. It’s the 1880s and France is attacking England with an army of walking war machines. You are a member of the Bri...

Axiom Verge: Review

Nostalgia is a tricky thing: oftentimes people remember a game from their past as being better than it actually is. That’s why creating a game soaking in nostalgia like Axiom Verge is so tricky. If it’s too loy...