Review: Metrocide

Classic noir and cyberpunk: the two genres seem to be so far apart from each other, with one tending to be like something out of the 1930s and the other set in the near future where everything is inexplicably n...

Review: Apotheon

I tried really hard to like Apotheon. I argued with other staff members that it wasn’t that bad, and insisted I was going to continue playing. At the end of my eight hour journey I can say this: I at least like...

Review: The Escapists

To make the following review as clear as I possibly can: The Escapists by Moudly Toof Studios is not a good game and I really suggest you save the $17.99 it costs on Steam and buy something less bad. I didn’t e...
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Review: There Came an Echo

I can respect anyone who tries something new. Innovation is a risk, iteration is risk managed. For example, game control schemes haven’t drastically changed in the last couple of decades. Aside from some rather...

Review: The Deer God

You can read my thoughts about the Early Access release of The Deer God here. Since it's now fully released on Steam, I'm going to talk about the changes since then and give my overall conclusions about the gam...

Review: Time Rifters

I can’t figure out Proton Studio’s Time Rifters. It’s another one of those ‘solo co-op’ games like The Misadventures of PB Winterbottom or Project Temporality where your past actions are repeated for you to wor...