Classic Halo Meets Portal as TiC Interviews Ian Proulx Talking SplitGate

When our team at Pax South 2019 came across Splitgate it was an instant appeal. Not only does it give a blast from the past with classic halo and portal fell to it, it also still feels fresh, new and…

Review: Bridge Constructor Portal (Switch)

If you ever wanted a new Portal game, you’re going to have to stop wishing because Valve isn’t ┬áconsidering it anytime soon. What they have been doing instead is licensing the IP out to other studios in case they feel…

Bridge Constructor Portal Release Date Revealed

Bridge Constructer Portal was first released on PC, Mac, Linux, and Mobile devices. The promise was that at some point in 2018 the game would be coming to consoles. This has now been confirmed. The game will be coming to…

Review: ChromaGun (Switch)

Can somebody tell me why Valve has been so Nintendo-phobic when it comes to game releases? Even when the Wii U was where Nintendo consoles harnessed the technological prowess of the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, titles like Team Fortress…

Review: Four Sided Fantasy (Steam) Up, Down, and All Around

  Four Sided Fantasy represents an interesting homage to games such as Braid and Portal while still managing to claim its own very unique identity. Ludo Land created a fun game that will test your creativity in problem solving by…

Preview: The Turing Test (Steam)

August 30th will see the release of the anticipated Turing Test, by Bulkhead Interactive and Square Enix. An adventure puzzle game taking place on the distant Jupiter moon, Europa, this was one that caught my interest the second I heard…

Has Valve Lost Its Soul?

Once upon a time there was a little developer called Valve. Valve was seen as the “scrappy rebel” of the gaming industry; they weren’t as big or powerful as some of the bigger developers, but they were just as influential.…