Tyrania – A Kinetic Visual Novel Review

Tyrania – A Kinetic Visual Novel Review

If games have taught us just one life lesson, it’s that war never changes. However, Leviathanimation’s Tyrania – A Kinetic Visual Novel attempts to twist this time-tested narrative through the actions of just one man. However, despite its grandiose vision, this title falters at getting its point across

The Night Fisherman Review

The Night Fisherman Review

A short interactive tale, Far Few Giants and De Fault The Night Fisherman tells of a fisherman, an Englishman, and a seascape draped in twilight. Should players climb aboard, or does this tale not hold water?

Tank Battle Review

Tank Battle Review

OlegM, using Namco’s 1985 title Battle City as inspiration, has created the new tank battler Tank Battle. Tasking players with protecting their homeland from advancing enemy forces, should players enlist?

Analog Party Sim Review – Party Foul

Analog Party Sim Review – Party Foul

The love of a good party is universal, but organizing one is a completely different story. Harry Forde gives players the chance to be the hostest with the mostest in his new title Analog Party Sim. Does this casual arcade game get the party started, or is this shindig dull as dishwater?

A Wild Time Travelling Clone Dancing Review

A Wild Time Travelling Clone Dancing Review

BMC Studio is going to take you back to the past with their new comic book-styled visual novel A Wild Time Travelling Clone Dancing. The plot might be a nonsensical mess, but can there be a nugget of humor amidst its randomness?

Tinker Racers Review

Tinker Racers Review

The bygone days of Micro Machines were all fine and dandy, but what if you were to raise these pint-sized stakes to something a little bigger? Rumbora Party Games lays it all on the line with their new title Tinker Racers, a top-down racer with an elimination edge. Should you put the pedal to the metal, or does this racer blow it at the starting line?

Cybershock: Future Parkour Review

Cybershock: Future Parkour Review

Parkour action meets outrun aesthetics with Javier Federico Goldschmidt, Matias Juvé, and Tomas Peters’ new title Cybershock: Future Parkour. Mirror’s Edge, Dying Light, and even Cloudbuilt have set the standard for the genre – can Cybershock keep up?

The Supper Review

The Supper Review

A bite sized tale designed for those with all sorts of appetites, Octavi Navarro’s new point-and-click title The Supper has players feeding three guests that have dropped in. Things aren’t what they seem at this seaside tavern – should players see where this journey leads, or is it best to close up shop?

KillSteel Review

KillSteel Review

The development team at Time To Kill live up to their name with their new demolition derby title KillSteel. Featuring weapons of mass destruction, over-the-top action, and a guy named Wild Willy, should players get ready to rumble?

Strange Creatures Review

Strange Creatures Review

The Cat & Fiddle Games Team takes some creative liberties with some of our favorite pets with their new couch co-op title Strange Creatures. With support for up to four players and a number of odd powers at your disposal, do these creatures deserve your love, or are they just a bunch of pests?

Space Bear Review

Space Bear Review

Ever wanted to save the day as a bear? Damon Smith turns this dream into a reality with his new typing adventure Space Bear. Featuring text-based gameplay and a choose-your-own-adventure style, does it make for a bear-y good time?

Missile Command: Recharged Review

Missile Command: Recharged Review

Atari’s Missile Command has returned for a new generation with the release of Nickervision Studios’ Missile Command: Recharged. 40 years have passed since the original hit the scene – does this re-imagining prove the timelessness of this arcade blaster, or should the past stay buried?