Hot Pink is not just the name of a fashionable lipstick color; it’s also the name of Wildgrass’ new brick breaking title. Promising procedurally generated levels and high scores, should you replace your diet of Breakout and Arkanoid with this newcomer?
A week after the phenomenal Dead Cells released, another MetroidVania has entered the scene. Can Death’s Gambit compete with the recent slew of these games, or should it be left for dead? Check out our review and find out what we thought
Twin stick shooters get a lot more colorful with the release of Petite Games and Ratalaika Games S.L.’s InkSplosion. It might seem vivid in screenshots and video, but its true colors quickly show
Not to be confused with the Thunderdome, JHC Media’s Thunderbowl is an arena-based vehicular combat title that cribs notes from Twisted Metal and Vigilante 8. However, with only one stage, horrendous AI, and stock assets, this game is an assault to the senses
The brick breaking genre goes global with the release of Codrer’s Highscore Processing Unit (HPU). The stakes have been raised with its leaderboards and worldwide rankings – should you take on its challenge?
With the recent influx of indie games, Dead Cells leaves Early Access to fully enter the fray. Does this Metroidvania hold up against other contenders, or should you check out another one? Check out our review and find out what we thought
The road to success is paved with failure, which is especially apparent in Sir Mr. Red’s new title NEO NEO. Death may be imminent, but is this journey worth the struggle?
We Happy Few has suffered many controversies since it was first publicly revealed at PAX East in 2015. Since that time, we’ve seen an extended Early Access period and a huge overhaul of the games narrative and progressive design. Is We Happy Few worth enjoying for the game it has become, or has the change in direction lost its charm along the way?
When you think of cliche elements in video games, what comes to mind? Zombies? Blocky characters? Generic deathmatch settings? Drunken Apes finely named shooter BATTLE ZOMBIE SHOOTER: SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD has got all of these things and more. Needless to say, it’s not worth your time
The sky is falling in Juri Schupilo’s new puzzle platformer Jumponaut. Promises of combo multipliers and high scores ring true, but is this one title worth mastering?
This Is The Police 2 looks to improve on all the aspects of the first game by adding new mission types and challenges. Does this sequel do enough to warrant a purchase, or should you just stick to the first game? Check out our review and find out
WardenCat and CoughCat Software team up to tell a surreal tale in their new visual novel Brain 43℃. There’s no denying that this game is unique, but just because it’s unique doesn’t mean it’s good