Review: Natural Selection 2

Versatility is a key component to the quality of a game while grinding is just a road sign that tells you the developers ran out of ideas. Being able to switch between roles and play styles is something more...

Review: Air Buccaneers

Air Buccaneers is a game made the company Ludocraft who have made the game using the increasingly popular Unity engine. This game takes a look at air combat from a different perspective more or less trying to...

Review: Luminesca

I love pretty games. I don't care how fun or challenging the game play is, if it hurts my eyes to look at it I won't play it, and Luminesca is definitely a pretty game. Started as an IndieGoGo campaign back...

Haunt: The Real Slender Game

Haunt: The Real Slender Game is another installment in the ever-growing list of Slenderman games gracing the gaming world. Slenderman has become quite an iconic figure around the net. It stars in quite a few...

Review: ‘DmC: Devil May Cry’

Ah, Devil May Cry, how you’re beloved and despised across videogaming. While you've brought a rollercoaster ride of quality for every decent game you’ve produced, you now bring out a sub-par title to be...

Review: The Binding of Isaac

As I'm playing especially cartoony games, I like to exercise my imagination a little by conjuring up images of what the game would look like in the real world. Unfortunately, this tends to make every game...

Review: A Nation of Wind (Beta)

This is one of the most ambitious games I've come across in a long time. Imagine trying to wrap 'Age of Empires' and 'Geometry Wars' into a single 16-bit burrito in a way that'll make it look appetizing to...

Review: Assassin’s Creed III

From Ubisoft comes the much...dare I say, over-anticipated Assassin’s Creed III. This latest installment in the series may not appeal to those who haven't enjoyed the series before, but there is still a lot...

Review: The Dream Machine

From indie developers Cockroach INC, comes a new game that contributes to the revival of the point-and-click genre. Though this genre of games has been pretty much absent from view for over a decade, 'The...

Review: Home

From indie game developer Benjamin Rivers, comes a horror experience that pulls players into the depths of a murderous plot that is shrouded with mystery and deceit. Home is a side-scrolling game that puts...

Review: Retro City Rampage by VBlank Entertainment

Developer: VBlank Entertainment Genre: Retro-inspired top-down open-world shooter Platform: XBLA, PSN, PC GTA-inspired, 8-bit free roamer Retro City Rampage comes at a pivotal point in gaming history – a...

Iron Front: Liberation 1944 Review

From developers Deep Silver comes the newest addition to Bohemia Interactive's lineup of military sims (milsims), Iron Front: Liberation 1944. Players are given the freedom throughout an entire open world to...

Review: Closure

It's dark out. Lightning's flashing through the window and the wind is whipping leaves off their branches, but the house is strangely silent. Muffled as if covered by a blanket. You sit in your room with the...

Review: Dragonborn (Skyrim DLC)

Every so often a game comes about that engulfs us. Transports us into a completely different world and allows us to live there for as many hours as we let it. We can begin another life there. After we complete...

Review: Hitman Absolution

I was so excited to play Hitman: Codename 47 on PC back in 2000 that I picked up a copy while on a school trip to France (They don't check age ratings there apparently). After six years since the bar-coded...

Review: Running With Rifles (beta)

A single man hero is only found in the sturdy solider with quick wits and flexible fingers in Modulaatio’s Running with Rifles. The extremely large maps in this game, in addition to a zoomed out camera makes...

Review: Primordia

The world is destroyed. Mankind is extinct. Yet after generations in the ruins of war and wires, robots look to man as a god-like entity. Man built the original machines, and those machines built other...

Review: Miasma 2

    It is an important factor for RPGs to have something specific in their arsenal to really reel in an audience in order to justify a sequel. Unfortunately, by ESP Games throws out a generic...

Review: ‘Northmark: Hour of the Wolf’

Indie gamers are generally very forgiving people. We play games for the fun of them, and we are willing to overlook many flaws for the sake of having a good time and supporting a small gaming company. However,...