Aeternum Review

Aeternum Review

Taking liberal cues from the Touhou series of shmups, Creaky Lantern Games’ Aeternum tasks players with dodging a metric ton of bullets on their quest for a perfect run. However, this tribute proves to be far more frustrating than fair

Observer Review

Observer Review

Observer is a horror game done by the same team behind Layers of Fear. Did they strike gold twice, or should you stick to other horror games this summer? Check out our Observer review and find out what we thought

Rez Infinite Review

Rez Infinite Review

After releasing on the PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, and even Dreamcast, Enhance is bringing their trippy shooter Rez Infinite to the PC. Should you feel the beat, or is this track played out?

Graze Counter Review

Graze Counter Review

Henteko Doujin and Bikkuri Software dare all would-be pilots to live dangerously with their shoot-em-up throwback Graze Counter. Is this risky flight game worth the reward, or should you stay on terra firma?

Tacoma Review

Tacoma Review

The Fullbright Company takes gamers to a desolate space station with their new walking simulator Tacoma. Should you solve the mysteries behind its crew (and cat), or is this one vessel not worth boarding?

The Darkside Detective Review

The Darkside Detective Review

The Darkside Detective is a point and click game that takes you on a paranormal adventure as a detective. Are the cases in the Darkside Detective worth solving, or should this game be left as a cold case? Check out our The Darkside Detective review and find out our thoughts on the case

Pixel Shopkeeper Review – Climbing Out Of Debt

Pixel Shopkeeper Review – Climbing Out Of Debt

Pixel Shopkeeper is a management sim that goes old school with its graphics and sound. Does it do enough to stand out from the crowd, or should the shopkeeping be left to others? Check out our Pixel Shopkeeper review and see how we felt about the game

Detention Review – Gleeful, Yet Bleak

Detention Review – Gleeful, Yet Bleak

The horror genre has seen some conventions within the video game industry: psychological, thriller, and suspense. All of these genres are born (more or less) out of the same parent: the survival horror genre. Descendants of this monstrous family include franchises such as Resident Evil, Silent Hill (and its aborted sister Silent Hills), the lesser known Fatal Frame, and Dead Space, to name a few

Castle of Shikigami Review

Castle of Shikigami Review

Shmups may be a dying breed, but Degica Games is keeping them alive with the localized Steam port of Castle of Shikigami. Does the game still hold up, or is this one throwback not worth experiencing?

Guardians of the Galaxy Episode 2 Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Episode 2 Review

Picking up right after the events of the previous episode, the latest chapter of Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy series takes a closer look at the secrets behind the Eternity Forge. Should you get ready to explore the galaxy, or is this one mystery better left unsolved?

Impact Winter Review

Impact Winter Review

Impact Winter is a survival game that has you attempting to survive in a world covered in a blanket of heavy snow. With the recent influx of survival games, is Impact Winter worth a look, or should you stay out of the cold? Check out our review to find out

Danger Zone Review – Crash and Burn

Danger Zone Review – Crash and Burn

On paper, Three Fields Entertainment’s Danger Zone seems like a recipe for success. Burnout-style thrills from the developers of the original smash hit? What could possibly go wrong? Unfortunately, this title is a pale imitation of its source material