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Review: Rise: Race The Future

I'll be the first to admit that my racing skills need some improvement. I spent the first couple laps bouncing off walls and rubbing into the sides of my fellow competitors. In nearly every instance, I came dead last. Then, I began to get into my groove, and started to rack up the wins. Rise: Race The Future shines in its simplicity.

Review: Stories Untold

A delightfully weird horror and science fiction puzzle game.

Review: Adventures of Pip

There ain't no Pip like an 8-bit Pip. While a lot of games try to do a lot of things relatively well, it's my opinion...

Review: Biped

It’s an odd feeling, learning to walk for the first time again. Every step is clumsy, wild and unsure; with each leg flailing about...

Review: The Pathless

Some games are all about engaging the player in action, others are about immersion in the story, and a small but growing number focus much more on creating an experience based on atmosphere and unique gameplay.

Review: Projection: First Light

Greta's wild side leads her on an adventure she won't forget.

Review: Here Be Dragons

So it turns out the age of misinformation isn't quite a recent as we once thought... according to Red Zero Games at least. In...

Review: Ray’s The Dead

Ray’s The Dead is a 1980s-inspired zombie action-strategy-puzzle game developed by Indie developer Ragtag studio with an impressively meagre $50,000 via Kickstarter and, after a turbulent 6-year development and repeated delays, was eventually released (or escaped) in October 2020.

Review: Through the Darkest of Times

Through the Darkest of Times is an excellent strategy game. Its central premise is to form and grow an opposition group within Germany. In...

Review: Balancelot

Who says that a knight needs a horse. A unicycle is all that is required.

Review: Ghost of Tsushima

An immersive experience: Picture this: a Japanese field cascaded in white tulips. Two Samurai are locked in motion, readying their blades. Natures ambience acting as...

Review: The Childs Sight

The darkness is a scary place for a child. Shadows turn into monsters, and there is always something hiding, wanting to get you.

Review: Unspottable

Hide and Seek is supposed to be a gentle game, not anymore!

Review: Ocean’s Heart

Ocean’s Heart is the latest game by Max Mraz, which some people might know of thanks to Yarntown, a 2D hommage to Bloodborne.

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