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For the King Review: For Those Seeking the Hard Life
For the King has compelling visual style, cool combat mechanics, and a co-op mode, but suffers from an extreme level of difficulty and RNG nonsense.
Frostpunk Review: Steampunk Aesthetics of the Modern Ice Age
Both in technical execution and gameplay design, Frostpunk is practically flawless. It's incredibly complex and may create an illusion of great moral pressure, and that's the beauty of it!
Masters of Anima Review -- Golems & Guardians
by Erroll Maas
Passtech Games' latest title has a well-executed concept but falls short due to lackluster magic and skill management.
Golem Gates Review: CCG/RTS Hybrid in a Technopunk Setting
Golem Gates is an innovative CCG/RTS mash-up that includes several game modes and benefits from great graphics and sound design.
Taco Party: The Tabletop Game That Eats Its Shells
by Ben Mattice
Do you love tacos? How about card games? Then you'll probably love Taco Party. Here's why.
TERA PS4/Xbox One Review: A Faithful Transition from PC to Console
by Ashley Gill
TERA on PS4 and Xbox One is a faithful transition from PC, but the game at its core isn't without problems.
A Way Out Review: Escaping Prison With a Friend Has Never Been More Fun, or Consequence-Free
by Miles T
Timing button prompts, ruining emotional cutscenes, coordinating madness, and endless mini-game distractions. A Way Out is a co-op game like no other that you shouldn't miss out on experiencing.
Far Cry 5 Review - Almost As Crazy As Real Montana, But A Lot More Fun
by Ty Arthur
Ready to plow through herds of bison with a death tractor and then get into a flamethrower fight before taking some relaxation time to go fishing? That's Far Cry 5 in a nutshell.
Kirby Star Allies Review: An Afternoon with Kirby & Friends
by Greyson Ditzler
Kirby Star Allies is solid and quite fun with friends, but it doesn't quite reach the upper tier of Kirby games due to its brevity and playing it a bit too safe.
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine Review
As the debut effort of indie studio Dim Bulb Games, featuring a talented group of writers and a star-studded voice acting cast, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine eagerly explores the...
Warhammer Vermintide 2 Review - The Left 4 Warhammer Style Continues to Impress
by Ty Arthur
Did you absolutely love playing Left 4 Dead online with your friends but wanted to try out a grim fantasy version instead? This is absolutely the game you want to play!
Fear Effect Sedna Review: A Stumble Down Memory Lane
by Shawn Farner
Fear Effect Sedna revives a cult-classic IP, but the game's flat, subdued script, forgettable characters, and poor controls ultimately hamper this effort.
Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Review
by Autumn Fish
Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet may have its problems, but it is a rather fun and unique JRPG shooter in its own right.
Past Cure Review - No Cure for Overwhelming Promises
We were promised a unique, "award"-winning storytelling experience. Instead, we received a convoluted mess that isn't sure what game it wants to be.
0°N 0°W (Zero North Zero West) - The Intersection of Surreal and Unconventional
by Jeffrey Rousseau
Zero North Zero West is a game that abandons standard gaming schools of thought so much that it's actually something completely different.
Mulaka Review: Magic, Mystery, and Culture
by Steven Oz
Mulaka creates an unmatched experience that marries rich culture with gameplay, which shows the power of indie game development.
The Disappointment of Yume Nikki: Dream Diary - Review
The reboot of the RPG Maker cult classic Yume Nikki, while having a few redeeming qualities, ultimately misses the mark.
The Station Review: Short, Engaging Sci-Fi Mystery Walking Simulator
by Ty Arthur
There's a fantastic graphical style and story here, but the overly short play time and lack of game mechanics may make it easy to skip.
Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Is as Beautifully Macabre as it Looks
This challenging and melancholy indie release will put you to the test against one man's personal purgatory.
Metal Gear Survive Crashes And Burns
by Ty Arthur
From a horribly botched launch to clunky UI and a hunger/thirst meter that actively tries to kill you, there's so much this game does wrong that it's hard to focus on what Metal Gear Survive does...
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