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Review: Oninaki

Tokyo RPG Factory has a track record. Now I can’t really use a qualifier in that statement, because it’s really hard to actually track! I dug I Am Setsuna, but a lot of people didn’t. I thought Lost Sphear was alright,…


Review: Age of Wonders: Planetfall

I’ve always had an aversion to the fantasy genre, and because of that, I’ve never dipped my toes into the Age of Wonders series despite loving the 4X genre. With the announcement that the newest game, Planetfall, was going to…


Review: Witcheye

This year hasn’t exactly been the best on the books for mobile gaming. Many of the biggest titles have so far failed to meet expectations and much of what is on the horizon isn’t exactly painting a glowing picture of…


Review: RAD

RAD provides an alternate history where at some point in the mid-eighties, the world was annihilated in nuclear hellfire. Eventally, survivors managed to scrape together enough remnants of civilization to start rebuilding society. Culture froze in the wake of the apocalypse,…


Review: Ion Fury

The retro FPS renaissance is in full swing as of late last year. With the release of DUSK, fans of labyrinthine designs and key hunting were treated to an evolution of a classic formula that paid homage to and improved…


Review: Dicey Dungeons

Terry Cavanagh has created three major releases now. The first was VVVVVV and it was incredible. Then, he followed it up with Super Hexagon and guess what — it blew everyone away. With a team helping him this time around, is…



Review: Electronic Super Joy 2

One of the most influential indie games ever released was Team Meat’s Super Meat Boy. A tremendous success story for the small team, it created a paradigm shift for what people would come to expect from homegrown platformers. Pretty much…


Review: Metal Wolf Chaos XD

Before From Software was synonymous with Dark Souls, it was pumping out mech games. To me — even as someone who has torn through every Souls game multiple times at this point — From will likely always be linked with Armored Core in…


Review: The Blackout Club

I don’t think I’ve ever wanted to love a game more than The Blackout Club. It’s just…the game feels as if it’s doing its best to push me away at every moment.  Read more…