This week I look at an Indie game still in its Alpha stages. Does it have what it takes to keep going, or is it back to the drawing board for Factorio?
You’ve heard of Dance Dance Revolution, but Flash Flash Revolution? This week we’ve got DDR for your fingers in this rapid tapping computer game that mimics one of the most well known game titles of all time.
This week I take a look at the game Canvas Rider: a simple game where all you need to do is ride your bike to the end of the level of lines. But for being so simple, how much of a punch does it pack?
A Japanese Hack-n-Slash, grab your sword and follow me as we race through the Adjuvant Trial to win our faction’s rite to rule! Sounds good, right? Well we’ll just have to see about that.
This week with camera in hand, I dive into the ocean to see what lies below the depths, and snap a few photos that will lead me to the secrets of El Dorado. But is it a secret worth searching for?
This week I sit down and tackle a game that feels like it was developed from the far flung past. Is it antiquated to the point of being bad or does it catch that retro love?
This week I tackle a game that puts me in the role of a princess out to kill off my would be heroes, which is of course a neat flip on the whole damsel in distress scenario.
This week in Hairy Tales, we must guide a little guy through the twists of his decaying land to save his home and fight off the corruption. But is this game as good as it sounds? Read to find out.
This week Capcom released its free crossover game Street Fighter X Megaman and being a fan of both series, I can’t help but give it a look in hopes that it will make up for the wrong Capcom has done.
It’s not every week I wind up with a game that has such a touching tale, and To The Moon has one of the best I’ve ever seen. A game that I want everyone to play, you’ll have to read to find out why.