Review: Bionic Dues

Bionic Dues takes a turn-based strategy games to a faster, shoot-em-up context featuring Mech suits that are controlled by brash youngsters fighting to save their hometown from the robotic uprising. The...

A chat with Jordan Wiesman:Golem Arcana

Earlier this month, some two weeks ago Harebrained Schemes, the minds behind Shadowrun, are concocting a new recipe for tabletop gaming that is determined to be faster and earlier to learn than the current...

Review: Shelter

Shelter takes players into a quiet journey through the woods as a badger and its trailing pack of cubs. This secluded stroll quickly turns sour, and protecting the youngsters through a trek across a perilous...

Beta Review:Shadowrun Returns

The Shadowrun Returns beta was released last week and has been a fulfilling adventure experience. Descriptions are long and in-depth, and with as much sophistication, the turn-based combat system compliment...

Tyler Hunter-Truths about Rack N Ruin

Rack N Ruin artist and co-creator Tyler Hunter has given me the opportunity to ask a few questions about his shift to the indie spotlight and what to expect from the new game. The former artist of a...

Prison Architect: Alpha Recap

“Prison Architect” is a project that many fans are still awaiting completion. The game has recently released its 11th alpha build, with more well on the way. The game has earned nearly $4 million to date...

Keep Tabs on Chiptune

The music of my favorite video games sticks with me wherever I go now. On the way to work, or vacuuming the floors at home I can now listen to electric steps to my favorite game tunes with the help of modern...

Review: Skyward Collapse

Arcen Game's Skyward Collapse is an isometric, turn-based game that drives its players to harmonize two factions in the same world, and not completely destroy each other. A single players as, “The...

Night of the Rabbit Review

Deadalic Entertainment, the creators of such critically acclaimed games as, “Edna and Harvey:Harvey’s New Eyes” and the “Deponia” Trilogy hail from Germany, and judging by their website they intend...

Review: Astroloco-Worst Contact

It's a little known fact, that by the year 2153 convoys of giant space trains will rule the markets of intergalactic transportation. The Phenomenon known as Astroloco manifests as battles between these large...

A Quick Review of Return to Ravnica

Magic the Gathering just finished it latest block, “Return to Ravnica” with its third and last installment release, “Dragon's Maze” two week ago. The entire three-set block features multicolored cards...

Review: Monaco, Whats Yours is Mine

Monaco, the tale of talented fugitives presented by Pocket Watch Games delivers a potation of originality. An original recipe of stealth and style. The intricacy is found not only by the distinct shadow...

StarDrive beta is a Promising One

StarDrive, a 4X strategy game by ZeroSum and Iceberg Interactive, is a promising title for the gamer who is easily able to rack up hours in a meticulous campaign of subterfuge pacing, and final victory....

Review: Bientôt l’été

Bientôt l'été, the latest game by Tale of Tales, is trying to place the medium in a light fit for scrutinizing eyes and retaining the complexity of a French film that is, at least, oozing with ostentatious...

Give Us Our Mars Colonies

Indie Game developer mkarpenko, who has made games like "Little Stars for Little Wars 2" and the free-to play "BinB"(Bowerman with Ninjas!) is about to release a new RTS game, “Mars Colonies” that allows...

Review: Retrovirus

Cadenza Interactive's latest game, Retrovirus, has an alluring world of infectious parasites surrounding large glass tubes warning of the true power of malicious computer software. There is a play on...

Make Your Pledge to The Rouge System

Former Airman of the United States Air Force Michael Juliano is sculpting a new space-shooter simulation game like those we have seen in 90's(see Wing Commander and Decent: Free Space). Mike has launched a...

Review: Dawn of Fantasy

Reverie World Studio's, “Dawn of Fantasy” Is an easy to understand RTS game. Peasants collect resources and repair buildings  as your homeland's economy and army expand in real-time on an isometric map....

Review: A Nation of Wind

Jameson Wilkins’ solo project, “A Nation of Wind” is a charmingly retro real-time strategy game featuring an armed airship set out to protect the floating colonies across a prodigious sky. As the...