Review: Bioshock Infinite

When it was reported Ken Levine personally killed off the Bioshock movie project, he explained that there was hesitation if the right creative minds where at the helm to pull off a film version of what he has...

Review: Bleed

Bleed from Bootdisk Revolutions is, in a word, incredible.  Every so often an indie game comes along with the perfect combination of mechanics, content, graphics, and sound—Bleed is that game.  An ultra...

Review: Guncraft

Guncraft is a FPS spin off of the popular hit Minecraft. The graphics are near identical and the openness and sandbox style gameplay are still there, only now it’s also a first-person shooter. Amazingly this...

Review: Patterns

Linden Labs, creators of Second Life, have a new game in the works that has recently had a pre-alpha release. Patterns, a game that thrusts the tools of creation into your sweaty palms and demands you put that...

Review: ‘Sword of the Stars: The Pit’

In times of late, we've had a resurgence of the roguelikes. Games like The Binding of Isaac and FTL have combined the classic elements of permadeath and exploration with new action-based gameplay. However,...

Review: Tomb Raider

The credits roll and I am greeted with a thank you message for playing and completing the reimagining of Lara Croft. Black and white photos show members of the development team beaming with pride. Another...

Review: Highborn

Highborn is a hysterical turn-based strategy brought to you by Jet Set Games. It's a medieval strategy game with bright sprite-like graphics and one of the most humorous dialogues I’ve ever had the pleasure...

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...
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Review: Zigfrak

I enjoy my Sci-Fi action. Give me a spaceship, some futuristic weapons, enemies to destroy, and a galaxy to explore and I’m going to enjoy myself. Zigfrak, a space-based shoot-and-loot action RPG by...

Review: Anodyne

At first glance, Anodyne jumps right out as a Zelda-clone. While it is obviously heavily inspired by early Zelda games such as Link's Awakening, that first assessment proves to be false pretty quickly....

Wizorb iPad Review

Wizorb iPad Review I love games that put new a spin on old ideas. It's like turning an old neglected car into a hot-rod. That's exactly what Tribute has done-- take Breakout, add a story, classic 16-bit...

Review: The Walking Dead (Episode One)

Originally derived from a graphic novel, this franchise has captivated zombie enthusiasts with a rich devotion to both character development and a unique insight into life as it would be in an undead world....

Review: Lone Survivor

Imagine yourself in a world that has been ravaged by disaster. After taking the blunt force of one catastrophe after the next, your mind begins to fade into an alternate sense of reality. The only sense of...

Review: Antichamber

I am sitting down to write this with a pounding head and a triumphant spirit. I've spent the last week rearranging blocks, walking backwards through walls, climbing up stairs to reach rooms three floors below...

Forza Horizon Review

Forza Motorsport is a well-respected racing series that over the years has only grown. Fortunately, this time around Playground Games has broadened their horizons (pun intended) and in a way, reinvented the...

Review: Kairo

If you prefer your games to come with a side of minimalism and mystery then Kiaro, an atmospheric 3D exploration and puzzle solving game by Richard Perrin could well be your thing. Like many games that...

Review: KRUNCH

KRUNCH is a frantic 8 b-bit masterpiece that brings us back to the good old days of fast-paced, side- scrolling action. In KRUNCH you operate a floating beholder-like avatar and attempt to navigate him...

Review: Proteus

Sometimes a game comes along that reminds us why we play games. Games are about escaping—a way for us to go somewhere else and play a part in a story. Some of them let us create our own stories, some lead us...