• Kitaria Fables

    First Impressions: Kitaria Fables

    Kitaria Fables is a cutesy dungeon crawler and farming simulator that isn’t out to change the way you experience a genre that has become an indie staple over the past decade or so. It seems more likely to be out to introduce a younger and less experienced audience to the...
  • Steam Deck

    Valve Announces Their Switch-like Steam Deck console

    Valve has just unveiled its first portable gaming console with the Steam Deck. The device is powered by a custom AMD chip using their Zen 2 architecture (like in the Xbox Series X and PS5) and RDNA 2, with 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM. Storage options include 64GB of flash...
  • Blooming Business Casino

    Homo Ludens Announces Blooming Business: Casino

    It’s apparently “Cute, Cuddly and Nefariously Deadly Week” for me.  I’ve been playing through Wave Break on Switch, and now I’ve got a 30-minute demo to play for Homo Ludens‘ debut sim game, Blooming Business: Casino.  If like me, you are in search of a game where cute bears and bunnies in suits...
  • Serial Cleaners

    Serial Cleaners Brings It Back to the ’90s With New Trailer

    Have you ever heard anybody say they miss the 90’s? The answer to that question is likely no because the ’90s are far better left… well, in the ’90s. Well, that’s your sentiment unless you are Polish studio Draw Distance. In that case, you insist upon going peak 90’s...
  • Wave Break

    Review: Wave Break

    Wave Break is half Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and half Max Payne 3, by that I mean it's a skater-shooter. Such a combo has no right to work at all, but Funktronic made it work. I wasn't sure what to think at first, but this Miami Vice-inspired indie could...
  • Here Are Some of the Best Titles at PC Gaming Show at E3 2021

    PC gamers are eating well PC gamers are eating well after PC Gamer’s “PC Gaming Show” at E3 2021. On Sunday, we got ourselves a full two hours of game announcements and updates, which is vast compared to the hour-long and half-hour formats we’ve seen up to this point...