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80 Days Review

by Travis McMullen - on Oct 7th 2015 - No Comments

With applause, much guffawing, and perhaps a tally-ho or two,80 Days has marched its way onto PC and Mac with aplomb. Winner of TIME Magazine’s Game of 2014, I think it’s about time we discovered what all the fuss is about. However we must be brief, there isn’t a moment to lose; this is a race after all. ...

Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma Review

by Diego Escala - on Oct 1st 2015 - No Comments
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I’m just going to cut straight to the point: if you’re a fan of action games or Afro Samurai then this game isn’t for you. In fact it’s for no-one because I don’t think there’s a single person out there who would genuinely consider this a good game. ...

Dropsy Review

by Travis McMullen - on Sep 23rd 2015 - No Comments

Dropsy takes its inspiration from the by-gone era when point-n-click games ruled game store shelves. ...

Euclidean Review

by Diego Escala - on Sep 23rd 2015 - No Comments
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If you’ve been looking for a game where you can fall into the infinite void of madness and lose yourself to its incomprehensible terror then Euclidean might be the game for you. ...

Skyshine’s Bedlam Review

by Spencer Legacy - on Sep 16th 2015 - No Comments

Combining the map-spanning simulation of Oregon Trail with simple but enjoyable tactical gameplay, Skyshine’s Bedlam makes trekking a brutal post-apocalyptic wasteland a unique and enjoyable experience. Skyshine’s Bedlam Developer: Skyshine Games Price: $21.99 Platform: PC MonsterVine was supplied with a PC code for review....

Zenzizenzic Review

by Michael Thomas Elliott - on Sep 8th 2015 - 1 Comment

Zenzizenzic is a hellish twin-stick shooter developed by first-time game creator Ruud Koorevaar, but you would never know. ...

The Flock Review

by Diego Escala - on Aug 25th 2015 - No Comments
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If you frequent any game site I’m sure you’ve come across news in the past about The Flock, a multiplayer horror game that’s now out. Because checking off the boxes for “multiplayer” and “horror game” aren’t enough, it also features a gimmick where each player death will tick down a global counter....

Guild of Dungeoneering Review

by Spencer Legacy - on Aug 24th 2015 - No Comments

Guild of Dungeoneering is as much of a tabletop RPG as it is a dungeon crawler. Although the tabletop style is all too rarely used, developer Gambrinous went forward with it, while simultaneously aiming to break the mold of the dungeon crawler genre in having the player play as the dungeon master, rather than the plunderer. It’s this...

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