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  • Burley Men At Sea

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 26, 2017 under Featured, PC Review
    A game does not always have to have immediate threat to present challenge and interest, the imminent looming demon of defeat careening down upon you with a ‘game over’ screen does not always need to be present to inspire one to progress further for entertainment. Burly Men at Sea, henceforth known as BMAS, is at once an interesting folk tale and simplified adventure game that works pleasantly ... more.
  • Rogue Stache

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 22, 2017 under PC Review
    I’m going to level with you, I had zero idea what to expect with this game other than the idea it involved mustaches somehow. I mean, when I started it up, I had to giggle a bit at it, the idea a twin stick 2d side scrolling shooter would rely on that old macho stereotype of the manly man’s mustache providing the main characters special powers really tickled my funny bone. The fact you can get... more.
  • Rotation Phonology: Break

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 21, 2017 under PC Review
    Sometimes I get a game that baffles me. I know I want to like it? I know it’s not really terrible, but the concept escapes me, the controls just feel uninspired and the game itself just feels like it’s been slapped together with good intent but poor execution. I think honestly that describes Rotation Phonology: Break (Henceforth known as RPB) to a tee, “Good intent but poor execution” hone... more.
  • Tales of Berseria

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 20, 2017 under Featured, PS4 Reviews
    When comparing Tales of Berseria with its predecessor Tales of Zestiria you will find some large differences between the two. While Tales of Zestiria had many twists and significant revelations within the 50 plus hours I found Tales of Berseria very much set in the same path of seeking revenge for the death of Laphi her brother. True to Japanese RPG fashion the main character Velvet starts with th... more.
  • Card Quest

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 20, 2017 under Featured, PC Review
    Card Quest is a dungeon crawling adventure game with unique card combat. Like most card games of its genre using the same old tactic will not work for all situations (so for me simply using all my cards to speed through each battle did fail early on). Developed by the indie publisher Winterspring games and published in 2017 by Black Shell Media Card Quest is a strategy card game yet keeps to its c... more.
  • Overture Video

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 20, 2017 under Featured, Game Videos, PC Review
    Our man Steve reviews Overture for the pc. From Black Shell Games, Overture is a top down, Gauntlet inspired dungeon crawler that will test your mettle, asking you to endure death after death after death in order to become the best adventurer around! Do you have what it takes? 24 characters, mutliple advancements, weapons, multiple enemies and one hell of a challenging game add up to a great time ... more.
  • Friday Night Bullet Arena

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 19, 2017 under Xbox One Reviews
    Friday Night Bullet Arena comes to us from Red Nexus Games… and I’m sorry guys but please, please take it back. What on earth have you delivered unto us. Right now I feel like I’ve wasted my time playing this game. It’s not often I feel this poorly towards a game, but when I play a game I feel suffers from an excess of lazy development, could be oh so much more, has potential but will neve... more.
  • Invisible Apartment

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 17, 2017 under PC Review
    I must’ve been around 7 or 8 years old, I received these books, these fantastic books at the time called “Zork”, Bivotar and Juranda, the main characters were on a quest to find the three Palantirs of Zork and to defeat the evil sorcerer Krill. A choose your own adventure, these opened my eyes up to interactive storytelling and I’ve been a fan of this style for years since. I’ve seen pr... more.
  • Gunmetal Arcadia

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 16, 2017 under Featured, PC Review
    A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of playing Gunmetal Arcadia Zero, it was a throwback to the past offering a tightly controlled platformer that featured retro graphics, sounds and gameplay. The only negative that this games prequel Gunmetal Arcadia Zero had was that it didn’t really develop on its narrative. This time around Minor Key Games have taken everything that was amazing from the first... more.
  • Induction

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under Uncategorized
    I have had the chance to have early access to the rather pleasant game “Induction”, by developer Bryan Gale, and as with previous games such as Minos Strategos and Pictopix, I have come away from it pleasantly refreshed, experiencing yet another meditation in minimalism, ultimately happy I was given this experience. Yet at the same time, with a keyboard ready to be firmly wedged into the blood... more.
  • Ellipsis

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 9, 2017 under Featured, PC Review
    One of my favourite arcade titles on the Xbox 360 was geometry wars, it was simple, addictive and challenging all at once. So when I saw the first screenshot for Ellipsis on Steam my mind and my heart both traveled back to the original Geometry Wars and I was excited. The thing is however, the simple, addictive and challenging aspects are about where the familiarities stop. The question I had to f... more.
  • Gunman Taco Truck

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 8, 2017 under Featured, PC Review
    You’re going to die in this game, quite a bit. But your death is going to be so tasty, filled with cheese, salsa, cilantro and beans! The crashing, burning hulk of your truck is going to careen down the road, your body is going to get covered in chunky tomato salsa and four armed rednecks, catfish and wizard cats are going to pick over your corpse, wrapping it in tortillas, serving you up for lu... more.
  • Drawtopia – A Journey Through Colour

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 7, 2017 under Featured, Mobile Phone/Tablet Game Review
      Drawtopia is a new mobile game brought to us from the guys at Super Smith Bros LTD. We are reviewing the premium version on Android. Drawtopia is another physics based puzzle game in the similar category of games like Cut The Rope etc. Is Drawtopia one of the better mobile puzzle games out there or is it too much to solve? Gameplay The main premise of Drawtopia is to draw lines, dots a... more.
  • Memoranda

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 2, 2017 under Featured, PC Review
    It’s been a long time since I’ve played a game like this, I mean *quite* like this, Memoranda from indie developer Bit Biterz brings back memories of sitting in my parents’ house on a Friday night smashing through Monkey Island I and II, Police Quest I – III and any other point and click game you can think of, with friends just to get to the end, my brain absolutely bent on how to solve ce... more.
  • Yooka-Laylee Preview

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 2, 2017 under Feature Articles, Featured
    Playtonic Games have scheduled an April 11th 2017 release date for Yooka-Laylee and  describe the game as a “Spiritual Successor” to their Nintendo 64 title Banjo-Kazooie. Yooka-Laylee has official gone gold as of February first, which means initial development is complete before its April Release. For anyone who backed it on Kickstarter they can now select the platform to ge... more.
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