Offering the core kind of fun found in The Legend of Zelda, but without the truly amazing parts that make that title a legend, is the best way to describe the nostalgically fun, but ultimately uninspiring, Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas.
Weird is the word in the anti-adventure game Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor. There is a lot here, though depending on your tastes, that could be either great or terrible – or both! It’s unique if nothing else.
You know, just like the actual Vikings were! If you want a good casual game that reminds you of the classic ‘Pop Cap era’ in addition to making you laugh a lot, then Star Vikings is for you. We take this fun little strategy game for a rewarding spin.
If you need a break from daily life, do yourself a favor and dive into the visual masterpiece of ABZU. You may find yourself riding on the backs of giant fish, swimming with dolphins or exploring the mysteries of a giant kelp forest. Your underwater adventure awaits.
This week Billy is taking on the role of The Cave Explorer in a 2D platforming game that gives players very limited control of its protagonist.
This week we take a look at Plantera, a beautiful piece of art that might also qualify as a video game, though we think that for Plantera, it may take the Casual genre a bit too far, removing the player form the equation all together.
Coffin Dodgers seems to have a lot going for it, with a funny plot and a Diddy Kong-like gameplay, but frame rate and stuttering problems on the PlayStation 4 should make this one a definite pass for nearly all players.
Indie title Candlelight stumbles a tiny bit in its delivery, but most platforming and casual game fans will enjoy themselves far too much to care in this delightfully presented, suitable-for-all-ages game.
Brand new GiN staffer Marion Constante joins us as our latest PC reviewer. For her inaugural foray, she takes a look at Good Robot from developer Pyrodactyl. Will it live up to its name as a cool casual shooter on the PC?
Telling a human story without any humans is always a difficult concept, but developer ColdWood does just that with Unravel, a game where you have to use the limited fabric of your character’s yarn body to traverse a gorgeously rendered world.