Reviews

A Memoir Blue Review: A Trip Down Memory Lane

A Memoir Blue is an interactive adventure from Cloisters Interactive and Annapurna Interactive. It follows the magical realist journey of Miriam, as she reconnects with her child self and complicated relationship with her mother. We've seen various narrative titles...

Star Chef 2 Review: Let’s Get Cooking!

Star Chef 2 is a cooking simulation mobile game from 99Games. The developers behind other simulation titles like Star Chef, and Fantastic Chefs. Cooking games have come a long way, and have morphed into a genre of widely popular...

Ghostrunner Project Hel Review: Raise Some Hel

Ghostrunner was one of my favorite games of 2020, and it scratched that Mirror's Edge itch almost perfectly. The level of detail in its environments, the excellent traversal, and snappy combat made for an experience well worth your time....

Phantom Breaker: Omnia Review – Experience Adrenaline Battles

It's been years since we've last heard from the Phantom Breaker series and developer MAGES, Inc. has teamed up with GameLoop Inc. to bring us Phantom Breaker: Omnia. This is a massive update to Phantom Breaker: Extra, a 1-vs-1...

Submerged Hidden Depths Review

The good people at Uppercut Games remain steadfast in their mission to bring players a "combat-free" exploration game. Their latest achievement takes us on a wave-bound voyage of two siblings. A brother and sister sail through overgrown vestiges of...

Aztech Forgotten Gods Review

Aztech Forgotten Gods is a third-person action-adventure game from Lienzo. It follows the story of Achtli as she tries to unravel the secrets of the ‘Forgotten Gods’ who are set to take over the modern world. Together with her...

What Lies In The Multiverse Review: Snap Back To Reality!

Releasing on March 4, 2022, What Lies In The Multiverse is a pixel-based platformer and puzzle-solver game by StudioVoyager and Iguanabee. The game revolves around traversing different universes to help you progress through the game, solve puzzles and eventually...

Hero’s Hour Review: A Lightweight Sandbox RPG War Game

A mix of real-time and turn-based tactics, here's an underrated pixel game that immerses you into procedurally generated environments in this Hero's Hour review. Don't be deceived by its potato PC graphics as this game gives you a lot...

ELEX II Review: A Sci-Fi RPG Planetary Mess

It’s been a while since I played an open-world RPG and I'm excited to share with you my ELEX II review. Upon opening the game for the first time, it already gave me some hints of inspiration from the...

Shadow Warrior 3 Review – Get your Mojo back!

Shadow Warrior is one of the oldest franchises in the FPS genre, and one that has gone through several revitalizations over the decades. Flying Wild Hog's 2013 reboot marked the beginning of something new, and since then, every entry...

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