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Tartarus review: Highs Gradually Turn to Lows

Tartarus is a game with many elements that gradually decrease in quality as the game progresses. All of these elements however, are just window-dressing for the meat of the game which is the puzzles.

Indivisible Preview: Something To Look Forward To

Indivisible is the new game from Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games. Indivisible was successfully crowdfunded in 2015. They have released a preview of the game for backers to show the people who pledged money how the development is progressing

Last Day of June is a Stylish, Bittersweet Ode to Coping...

Accepting the death of a loved one can be one of the most difficult things a person has to do. They leave a gaping...

Budget Halloween Horror: Narcosis Review

Narcosis elevates itself above other walking simulators with its taut atmosphere being wonderfully sustained by its interesting mix of game-play, story and atmosphere

Budget Halloween Horror: Syndrome review

Syndrome is a truly dreadful game on almost every level and there is absolutely no reason to buy it. In fact, if this game is ever received as a gift, the understanding should be that whatever relationship was once there has ended forever

Stay! Stay! Is the Most Underrated Comedy Game to Come Out...

The beautiful thing about dating sims is that there's so many that no matter how niche your interests, there's something for everybody. Cute high...

Absolver review – Near Perfect Combat, Infuriating Lag

Absolver Review - Near Perfect Combat, Infuriating Lag PS4/Windows PS4 review code provided by publisher Absolver is a martial-arts based action RPG set in a beautiful world...

Phantom Trigger – Bland Name, Pretty Good Game

Nintendo Switch/Steam Steam review code provided by publisher According to Bread Team, the developers of Phantom Trigger they have made a “Hardcore Neon Slasher”. When I...

Darkwood Review – A Trip Through Haunted Woods

Darkwood Review  “You are playing a challenging and unforgiving game”. So reads the first part of the warning that Darkwood displays as you load into...

Omega Pattern Feels Like a Rough Draft of the Visual Novel...

2017 has been a real hit-or-miss year for visual novels. We've had some incredible hits like the long awaited release of Dies Irae, Pyre,...

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