October 29, 2019
Stela is a beautiful atmospheric puzzle-platformer; however, it seems to emphasize style over substance.
The Park Review
October 24, 2019
The Park's best moments come from the sense of dread and uneasiness in an abandoned amusement as you search for your kid.
Into the Dead 2 Review
October 21, 2019
Into the Dead 2 on the Nintendo Switch is an overall better game than the heavily microtransactioned mobile version.
The Fisherman: Fishing Planet Review
October 16, 2019
Once you get used to the nuances of the UI, and managing your money, Fishing Planet is the best fishing simulation game out there.
Children of Morta Review
October 15, 2019
Children of Morta reminds me of titles like Secret of Mana crossed with recent procedural titles, such as Enter the Gungeon.
John Wick Hex Review
October 14, 2019
Although John Wick Hex doesn’t play like you’d expect considering the source material, it still is a fun and entertaining title.
A Knight's Quest Review
October 10, 2019
Sky 9 Games' first attempt at an epic adventure with A Knight's Quest doesn't quite hit the mark.
October 2, 2019
WARSAW is a solid tactical strategy role-playing game.
The Surge 2 Review
October 1, 2019
The Surge 2 builds upon the formula from the first game in the series with some notable improvements.
September 30, 2019
Greedfall is one of the most ambitious games that has come out of seasoned developer Spiders.
The Sojourn Review
September 24, 2019
The Sojourn is a well-designed, thought-provoking first-person puzzle title, with colorful scenery and magical soundtrack.
Devil's Hunt Review
September 22, 2019
Devil's Hunt's battle between the forces of Heaven and Hell can be visually stunning, but highly unpolished at times.
NASCAR Heat 4 Review
September 16, 2019
NASCAR Heat 4 without a doubt should be in contention for one of the better racing games of the year.
The Blackout Club Review
July 29, 2019
The Blackout Club is at its best when coordinating efforts to complete objectives with friends.
Robo Instructus Review
July 16, 2019
Robo Instructus welcomes existing programmers and newcomers alike, but I wouldn't consider it a casual experience.