Category Archives: Review

Sunday Spotlight: Flat Kingdom: Paper Cut Edition

Flat Kingdom: Paper Cut Edition is an adorably realized game that draws obvious inspiration from the Paper Mario series. With a fun score, simple gameplay, and beautiful artstyle, it’s hard not to feature Flat Kingdom as an indie game that earns some extra attention from gamers.

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Favorite Games from PAX East 2022: Day 4

With the final day of PAX East 2022 officially done, we’re excited to close it out with five more games from the show floor that we loved. Most of them are roguelites, so feel free to read this article, learn something about these games, then read it again…

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Favorite Games from PAX East 2022: Day 3

The third day’s the charm with wonderful games at PAX East 2022. In today’s segment, we check out five games that had us playing golf for your survival, beat up some bad guys as a turtle, and change the fabric of reality with your memories.

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Roguebook Review (Switch)

Deck the Halls with Awesomeness

Roguebook is a roguelite deck builder game that puts players into a world of strange creatures, mysterious abilities, and curious scenarios. With multi-faceted combat and exploration elements, paired with a slew of options on tackling both, Rougebook is an addictive adventure worth exploring.

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Cat Cafe Manager Review

Purring ‘Til Your Heart’s Content

Cat Cafe Manager is an adorably chill and fun simulation game where it places you squarely in the whisker-filled faces of cute cats to befriend while managing a modest cafe. With plenty of mechanics to manage and a categorically loveable premise, I thoroughly enjoyed my time delving into its gameplay and joyous vibe.

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Aztech Forgotten Gods Review

Lost, But Not Forgotten

Aztech Forgotten Gods is the latest game from the developers at Lienzo based in Mexico. Previously known for their award winning game, Mulaka, I was intrigued to see their new game creation. Unfortunately, despite a strong score and fantastic mythological inspirations, Aztec Forgotten Gods is a flawed game with uninteresting combat and flat story.

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Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review

A Great Bridge Worth Crossing

When I first heard that an animation studio was shifting gears to create a video game, I really didn’t know what to expect. Would it be only cutscenes? Would there be bad mechanics? Would it just be riddled with performance issues? Luckily, Ember Lab quelled all the possible discourse with an intriguing and captivating game called Kena: Bridge of Spirits. 

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Sunday Spotlight: Knights of San Francisco

Knights of San Francisco by Raindead is an incredible text-based adventure on mobile devices that explores a strange and dystopian world, with dabs of mysticism for good measure. The black and white aesthetic of the game offers major Dungeons & Dragons vibes with touches of choose-your-own-adventure books.

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