Preview: Indie Pogo (PC)

Everyone wants to have their own version of a Nintendo franchise. From the countless Mario Kart clones to the Zelda imitators, indies and even AAA developers try to recapture the magic of these properties with their own respective twists. Super…

Review: Rosenkreuzstilette Freudenstachel (PC)

Boy, these names aren’t getting any easier to pronounce. Anyway, if you’ve read my review for the first Rosenkreuzstilette, you may know right off the bat that this is essentially Mega Man but prettied up with anime girls. That holds…

Review: Kid Tripp (Switch)

Previously released on the Nintendo 3DS earlier this year, Kid Tripp has made the leap to Switch. I thought it was a fun little game while it lasted when I reviewed its initial release. So now that it’s on Nintendo’s…

Review: Party Golf (Switch)

You know, it’s kind of funny to see how many golf-related games have arrived to the Nintendo Switch already. We haven’t even seen EA use its PGA licenses here yet (if they ever will) and we already have Infinite MiniGolf,…

Review: Suicide Guy (PC)

From the person that created the Woodle Tree Adventures series is a game that takes on a much different play style. Suicide Guy is probably a misleading name, because suggesting this is a title about killing yourself is putting it…

Review: Rosenkreuzstilette (PC)

Yes, you’re reading the title correctly. It roughly translates to “Blades of the Rose Cross“, but for some reason Rosenkreuzstilette holds onto its original title despite the release otherwise housing English text. However, I’m sure you’re more likely to question…

Neill Blomkamp and OATS Studios Release Trailer for ADAM

Neill Blomkamp, a name you might be quite familiar with if you’ve kept up with the history of Halo. Once rumored to be directing a Halo movie, Blomkamp went on to make District 9, Elysium Chappie, and even start up…

Review: Green Game – TimeSwapper (Switch)

When I first booted up Green Game: TimeSwapper, I was greeted with a rather peculiar message – “Handheld mode only”. I wondered why this was until I went past the title screen; the game is controlled entirely via the Nintendo…

Review – The Solus Project (PS4)

The Solus Project is an adventure survival game where you crash on a new planet and try to survive at all costs. Story: It’s the future and humanity is on the brink of extinction. You’re a crew member on the…

Review: Wheels of Aurelia (Switch)

The Wheels of Aurelia go round and round Round and round Round and round The Wheels of Aurelia go round and round And collapse flat on the ground because this game needs a therapist Story Wheels of Aurelia is a…