Category: Reviews

Review: Detective Gallo (PlayStation 4)

Detective Gallo is a point&click comic-noir adventure that is entirely hand-illustrated and hand-animated, and whose protagonist is a feathered and grumpy private eye struggling with a very tricky case, bizarre characters, and puzzles that...

Review: Salt and Sanctuary (Nintendo Switch)

A doomed sailor is shipwrecked on an uncharted island. In fog-shrouded valleys, where grinning, mossy corpses cling to rusted arms, shambling figures begin to stir. Beneath crumbling, salt-worn structures, labyrinthine passageways lead to unspeakable...

Review: Vroom Kaboom (PlayStation 4)

VROOM KABOOM is a brand-new type of gameplay experience. A ‘Tower Rush with Vehicles’, this game combines elements from collectible card games, tower defense & multiplayer online battles. Engage in 1v1, 2v2 or 3v3...

Review: Hero Defense (PlayStation 4)

Command a team of renegade heroes and impale, slash, tear and burn through legions of undead hell-bent on world domination. Your mission: to defeat the world’s most powerful vampire, Count Necrosis. welcome to our...

Review: Gene Rain (Xbox One)

Gene Rain is a next-gen third-person shooter game. The story is set in a futuristic world, with a linear narrative structure, and uses shocking visual effects to present a brand new world for the...

Review: Ball Grabbers (Steam)

Two-player Arcade mayhem in tight arenas – Toss the ball to your opponent’s goal before they get the chance! Pros: Chubby cartoon graphics. 134MB Download size. Controller support. Simple gameplay- Get the ball and...

Review: Tiny Hands Adventure (Steam)

Join young t-rex Borti on his quest to find the best replacement for his tiny hands and arms. Explore several unknown worlds, find all the collectibles and face bosses that have what you want....

Review: We Happy Few (Steam)

From the independent studio that brought you Contrast, We Happy Few is an action/adventure game set in a drug-fuelled, retrofuturistic city in an alternative 1960s England. Hide, fight and conform your way out of...

Review: Nogalious (Steam)

Nogalious is a retro-style action platformer that pays homage to the era of classic 2D platforming on 8-bit personal computers. Explore 5 different worlds and go through cozy dungeons in the first title of...

Review: Frost (Nintendo Switch)

Frost is a Survival solo Card game. Inspired by deck-building board games like Dominion, Ascension and the like, it’s a unique take on the genre as it puts you in charge of a group...

Review: Semblance (Nintendo Switch)

Semblance is an innovative platformer with deformable terrain, set in a beautiful minimalist world. It’s a game that asks, what if you could deform and reshape the world itself? Semblance takes the idea of...

Review: WarioWare Gold (Nintendo 3DS)

Wheelin’ ‘n’ dealin’ in denim, Wario’s back and better than ever in 300 microgames, where touching, twisting, and mashing your way to victory is the key to microgame mastery! Pros: Cartoon graphics. 9833MB Download...

Review: Warhammer: Doomwheel (Android)

Pilot your Doomwheel as it rattles through the battlefield at breakneck speeds in this fast-paced infinite arcade adventure. Shatter, skewer, shock and bounce foes of all shapes, sizes, and races as you claw out...

Review: Castaway Paradise (Xbox One)

This is your island, your adventure! Do whatever you like! It’s the ultimate Sandbox sim! Farm, catch bugs, talk to villagers, build your own tropical dream island. Pros: Blocky colorful graphics. 712MB Download size....

Review: Dead Cells (PlayStation 4)

Dead Cells is a rogue-lite, Metroidvania inspired, action-platformer. You’ll explore a sprawling, ever-changing castle… assuming you’re able to fight your way past its keepers in 2D souls-lite combat. No checkpoints. Kill, die, learn, repeat....