Karate Cat Review

Karate Cat Review

A number of furry felines show off their fighting prowess with Take Toad’s Karate Cat. A clicker game at its core, does its hunt for a high score provide enough incentive to make it worth your while?

Terrawurm Review

Terrawurm Review

Death is imminent in Prospect Games and Tri-Heart Interactive’s new arcade-like title Terrawurm. Tasking players with running for their lives on a distant planet, does this adventure prove to be more than a futile battle?

Phoenix Point Review

Phoenix Point Review

The creative mind behind the foundations of the critically acclaimed X-COM franchise, Julian Gollop returns with his new studio Snapshot Games to deliver its spiritual successor: Phoenix Point. This title has grand plans to deliver the challenging strategic combat made famous by the X-COM series alongside in-depth character progression, conflict on a global scale, and all-new story. Does it match up to its more experienced predecessor?

When the Past Was Around – Prologue Revew

When the Past Was Around – Prologue Revew

A brief taste of things to come, the prologue chapter of Mojiken Studio and Toge Productions’ When the Past Was Around tells a story with point-and-click gameplay instead of words. Does this artistic endeavor offer enough substance to keep players enthralled for the long haul, or is this one nothing but a bunch of fluff?

Climb With Wheelbarrow Review

Climb With Wheelbarrow Review

Using a wheelbarrow is cumbersome enough as it is, but this awkward tool becomes that much worse when you’re climbing high in the sky, carrying a heavy load along the way. Pickle Drugs’ appropriately titled Climb With Wheelbarrow gives players a challenging task to overcome – is this ascent worth the trouble?

Total Party Kill Review – Jolly Good Cooperation

Total Party Kill Review – Jolly Good Cooperation

What were once three close friends turn into diabolical frenemies with the release of Adventure Islands’ Total Party Kill. A puzzle platformer that has you sacrificing your friends for victory, should you slaughter your bros for the greater good?

Spring Falls Review

Spring Falls Review

Mixing absolute serenity with puzzling gameplay, SPARSE//GameDev Spring Falls transports players to a world of “peace, nature, and hexagons.” Does this title provide a zen-like state, or is this jaunt in nature strictly for the birds?

Shenmue III Review

Shenmue III Review

Cheese, wine, a perfect dry-aged steak – some things get better with time, but can the same be said for Shenmue III? Fans have waited nearly two decades for the continuation of Ryo’s story, and after a record-breaking Kickstarter, it’s finally here. Does it live up to nearly 20 years of expectations?

Arcadia Review

Arcadia Review

Combining the unlikely worlds of tech and jazz, Watercress and Somnova Studios’ new visual novel Arcadia has players overcoming the challenges of life in a throwback jazz club. The setting and music certainly tread new ground for the genre – can the story keep up?

Timmy’s Cooking Show Review – Bloody Dreadful

Timmy’s Cooking Show Review – Bloody Dreadful

Part cooking show, part FMV title, BMC Studios takes players to the kitchen with their new title Timmy’s Cooking Show. The concept is sound, but there’s just one problem: Timmy can’t cook

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the latest Star Wars game to hit the market. Is the game just another mediocre attempt, or do we finally have a hit on our hands? Check out our review and find out

Need for Speed Heat Review

Need for Speed Heat Review

Need for Speed is one of the most beloved franchises in racing, but recent additions have been struggling to find the right gear. Need for Speed Heat hopes to return the franchise to its former glory with an insane amount of character and vehicle customization, the return of epic encounters with the police, and enough cars to fill a parking garage. Is this a return to form for the series?