Battlesloths 2025: The Great Pizza War, A Mouthful of Carnage.

Want to virtually kill your friends as a pizza chasing sloth? Of course you do. Such a common question with a perfect answer – Battlesloths 2025: The Great Pizza War! So don your hat or disembodied head of choice, and…

Review – Let Them Come (PC)

It’s nearly Halloween. It seems about time to really dig into the gore, guts and violence of gaming, and what better place to start than with a brand new title? Tuatara Games via Versus Evil has concocted a brand new…

Jump – A Subscription-Based Indie Game Service

Ever wanted to pay a small monthly fee to try out all the indie games you ever wanted? Well, now you can! Introducing Jump, a monthly subscription based indie game service that delivers dozens of quality indie games to your…

Review: 36 Fragments of Midnight (Switch)

Well, that was quick. I’m going to spend more time writing this review than I did to play through 36 Fragments of Midnight. Ratalaika Games have been doing a stellar job at keeping the Switch library at a good pace…

Review: Semispheres (Switch) – TICGN

We all seek and strive for balance and harmony in the world. We, as a species, work every day to try and create a situation in which we are at peace and happy with our surroundings, and even those who…

Interview: Ray Attiyat of AtGames

As the industry continues to grow, there is a growing desire to revisit gaming’s past. By this point, we are all familiar with developers looking to incorporate elements of games gone by into new entries. Nintendo is even getting in…

Review: Gunbarich (Switch)

You know, it’s funny. Even though there is no Virtual Console on the Nintendo Switch yet, there are already a lot of digital re-releases of old games. The most notable of these are the numerous Neo Geo games ported by…

Ryan’s Corner: The Downfall of Indie Game Battle

Game developers are a diverse breed. Every person participating in the industry has a vision of some sort that he or she wants to fully realize as a playable product. Plenty of wide-eyed dreamers wish to grow as content creators…

Review: Piczle Lines DX (Switch)

When I first saw this game be announced for the Nintendo Switch, I wasn’t entirely sure what to think. It looked like it could be fun, but I wasn’t sure how it would play out or if there’s anything more…

Review – Fictorum (PC)

Have you ever been on a dirt bike? I mean a real, honest-to-goodness two wheeled death trap that was the fleeting hobby of any kid with unpaved roads and sprawling nature (and usually no good television channels). It’s hilariously dumb…