• Wytchwood

    Review: Wytchwood

    Wytchwood is indie comfort food. Reliable gameplay and cozy atmosphere make for a nice palette cleanser in between 2021’s biggest titles....
  • Ruined King: A League of Legends Story

    Review: Ruined King: A League Of Legends Story

    Ruined King: A League of Legends Story is a callback to the classic turn-based RPG format presented in a bite-sized format. Balancing precariously between too much and not enough, the detail to lore is welcome but the technical issues are not....
  • The Gunk

    Review: The Gunk

    The Gunk delivers a short enjoyable experience even if it doesn't do anything new. Despite its flaws, the characters are what keep the game interesting in an ending that's open-ended yet satisfying....
  • Next Space Rebels

    Review: Next Space Rebels

    Next Space Rebels gains altitude as a rocket building simulator with an enjoyable trial and error loop. But it plummets back to earth as a politically-charged FMV mixed with a visual novel based on ownership of space and the internet. Great if you're into that kind of stuff, but...
  • Halo Infinite

    Review: Halo Infinite

    Despite the odds, Halo Infinite is not only spiritually rebooted, but delivered with love in spades. From its personal & emotional delivery of Master Chief’s story to the mystery & exploration of Zeta Halo, it is not to be missed....
  • Chorus

    Review: Chorus

    Chorus has some interesting ideas that the genre sorely needs but the dogfights in space can only go so far and generally drag the rest of the experience down....