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The Forbidden Arts

The Forbidden Arts Review

"Is it difficult to make a video game?" This is the question that many fans of this medium are asking themselves, who, driven by an increasingly saturated indie market, want...

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Review

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Review

We’re definitely in the renaissance of space sim games. The original Rebel Galaxy made some waves five years ago when it took the typical space sim design and turned it...

wolfenstein cyberpilot review

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Review

Machine Games has been able to revitalize the Wolfenstein series, and everyone should know that. When Bethesda Software announced that the reputed action series was in the hands of a new studio, I worried....

Gris Review

Gris Review

There aren’t a lot of games that really get to me on an emotional level.  Some games try to do it so obviously that, even when it’s well crafted, it...

Pawarumi Review

Pawarumi Review

Pawarumi, an old school 80s, and 90s style shoot'em up that recalls the great classics of the past, winking a little to the immortal Ikaruga, proposing at the same time more...

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review

After a long period of unjustified absence, the series is back on the latest generation platforms in style, thanks to the production of Bethesda Softworks and the talent of MachineGames....

Trover Saves the Universe Review

Trover Saves the Universe Review

By now, Justin Roiland might be one of the most recognizable voices in cartoon animation.   The popularity of Rick and Morty along with some other well-known shows featuring his voice...

My Friend Pedro Review

My Friend Pedro Review

I’m starting to think that whoever decides what games Devolver Digital will publish is just really into weird short games.  My Friend Pedro falls right in line with the structure...

Judgment Review

Judgment Review

The streets of Kamurocho is filled with pedestrians, lights, strays, gangsters, thieves and murderers. This is the world of Judgment, a new spinoff of the niche-yet-popular Yakuza franchise, a world...

Minion Masters Review

Minion Masters Review

Back when Clash Royale came out, I was in love with the game.  At least until I got to the Legendary rank and found myself smashing my head against people...

Zanki  Zero: Last Beginning Review

Zanki Zero: Last Beginning Review

Sometimes I think the fine folks at Spike Chunsoft have a worst name competition in their office for their games. After putting out Danganronpa and key members working on this...

Crashbots Review

Crashbots Review

Sometimes it feels like developers are trying to do too many things to build a unique game.  The games that stand out these days, especially in the indie world, are...

Numgeon Review

Numgeon Review

Sometimes you just need a simple game to occupy your time.  There are a ton of them out there, some are even free, but not all of them are worth...

Solbot: Energy Rush Review

Solbot: Energy Rush Review

Simplicity can be the best way to go with certain games, it’s ok for the core mechanics to be easy to learn without being difficult to master and sometimes a...

Katana ZERO Review

Katana ZERO Review

Indie games tend to lean heavily between gameplay and story.  Usually one is definitively the lead foot and the other is less of a focus for the developers.  Once in...

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