Game Review

PREVIEW: Party Hard Tycoon

There was a time when pixel people could party all night long until they pass out drunk in a back alley; without the fear of being mutilated by a psychotic party-pooping killer. I’m going to go ahead and say Party Hard Tycoon will could be a prequel to the ostentatious …

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REVIEW: Fictorum

Games that center around a certain gimmick, tend to make gamers on a budget nervous. Rightfully so, who wants to get burned on yet another bad game with a singular hook? Fictorum holds its hand out offering physics and explosions galore, but does it hold up? Fictorum, might just be the …

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REVIEW: Slime Rancher

When we first got our hands on this title during its Early Access period, we were not sure what to expect. It was easy to become smitten with Slime Rancher’s unique charm. It has been a delight to follow this game over the last 18 months.  We have watched as developer Monomi …

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REVIEW: Solstice Chronicles: MIA ?

It’s you and the grimy overheated cannons transfixed to your white knuckle grips. Then before you a sea of mottled flesh, claws, and snarling fangs a view that only last for seconds. Soon their exploding masses and squeals of agony echo with flashes of light with waves of flames. There …

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PREVIEW: Party Hard II – Can’t Stop This Party Yall!

    Nearly two years have passed since Darius, a serial killer with serious dance skills, first donned a hockey mask and terrorized pixel party goers across the United States. For those of you who missed the first game, Darius is awakened during the early hours of the night by …

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N.E.R.O. (Nothing Ever Remains Obscure) – REVIEW

For some, butterflies are symbolic of change and resurrection. Jellyfish in dreams may represent healing of painful memories, and discovering the light within yourself. N.E.R.O. is a more emotional journey than a standard video game experience. Instead of road signs and highway markers, figurative symbols and deeper meanings guide you along …

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FORCED Showdown: REVIEW

FORCED Showdown is the result of a team of people who surely played a lot of CCGs and MOBAs and decided “We can do all of this in one compelling single player package”. Not quite the two genres I would pick to stand next to each in any way. In this …

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Early Access Look: The Kindred

Block based worlds where you craft tools, shepherd block-y animals, and mine multi-colored rocks is not new. Managing a group of survivors exiled from their homeland, forced to survive off the resources of the land, they must rebuild their town and survive the harsh elements; that’s not new either. The Kindred is …

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Adam’s Venture: Origins – REVIEW

The Adam’s Venture series is a third person action adventure game in the same vein as classic 90s era Tomb Raiders. AV:Origins is a reimagined prequel chapter to the original PS3 port. Priced as a mid-level title on both consoles and PC, this latest edition promised to deliver next-gen visuals, and …

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Vernon’s Legacy: An Early Access Look

Vernon’s Legacy is a first person horror-tinged adventure that takes place around the time of the Great War. Before you say Dear Esther or Gone Home let’s just clarify something: this is not a walking simulator. It’s worth mentioning because when you begin chapter one of this title, feelings of déjà vu may …

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