Elden Ring Is a Masterful RPG That Sinks Its Hooks Deep

Elden Ring is a special game. It’s a once-in-a-generation experience that will captivate you.

Infernax Review: A Polished, Captivating 2D Action-Adventure

Infernax is an awesome and captivating 2D action-adventure game that will sink its hooks into you.

Swords and Bones Review: A Fine Action-Platformer Tribute

Swords & Bones pays tributes to iconic titles like Zelda II and Ghosts ‘n Goblins, and though it certainly doesn’t over-deliver, it still manages to satisfy with its enjoyable gameplay design.

Queeny Army Review: Retro, but Not in the Best Ways

Queeny Army has an okay start, but it doesn’t exactly offer a long-lasting high-quality gameplay experience, and it wears out its welcome pretty quickly.

Timelie Review: A Clever and Relaxed Puzzler

Timelie from Urnique Studio takes you on a challenging and rewarding ride without ever punishing you.

The Gunk Review: A Fun Little Throwback That Slips Up a Bit

While The Gunk is far from perfect and struggles to remain interesting 100 percent of the time, it’s still a solid ride that should be well worth it for quite a few folks.

Loop Hero Switch Review: A Top-Notch Time Sink

Loop Hero is as addictive as it is well-designed, and it’s a perfect fit on Nintendo Switch.

Okinawa Rush Review: Retro Flash with Little Substance

Okinawa Rush offers cool vintage style but suffers from mediocre beat ’em up action.

Treasures of the Aegean Review: An Engaging and Oddly Relaxing Time Loop

Treasures of the Aegean is definitely in line with the typical time loop tropes, but the way it flows thanks to its controls, parkour platforming, and map makes it super addictive and strangely relaxing.

Mastho Is Together Review: Quaint and Challenging

Sometimes all you need is a quaint little game to pass an hour with. That’s exactly what Mastho Is Together accomplishes.

Weapon of Choice DX Review: Fast and Fun Run-and-Gun

Weapon of Choice DX may not be the biggest, deepest game around, but it’s a lot of fun and comes with a low price point.

Hoa Review: An Enchanting Little Platformer

If you’re looking for something that favors tranquility over chaos, Hoa will give you exactly that.

Mortal Shell: The Virtuous Cycle DLC Review

Mortal Shell: The Virtuous Cycle takes the base game and gives it a roguelike twist. The result is a rewarding remix that’s super addictive and fun.

Trigger Witch Review: A Fun Shooter That Sometimes Misses the Mark

Trigger Witch doesn’t always succeed in delivering all of its ideas in the best ways possible, but there’s still some fun to be had here.

Haven Park Review: A Beautiful Day

If you’re looking for the next wholesome game to spend an evening playing, look no further than Haven Park.

Eldest Souls Review: A Brutal Boss Rush Masterpiece

While we’ve seen this formula before, Eldest Souls is absolutely worthwhile thanks to its incredible combat mechanics and awesome presentation.

Guild of Darksteel Review: A Unique Dark Fantasy Adventure

Reviewed on Switch It’s crazy how much of a difference nuanced gameplay mechanics can make. Guild of Darksteel from Igor Sandman may not appeal to everyone, but it’s still a genuinely awesome action-adventure game set in a dark fantasy world. Beyond that, though, it offers up one of the most satisfying combat systems seen in a game all year. Pixelated […]

Foreclosed Review: Cyberpunk Comic Book Action

Reviewed on Xbox One We’re currently experiencing a cyberpunk movement in gaming. A lot of developers are employing the genre’s visual, stylistic, and narrative themes in their games, and it’s resulted in quite a few interesting titles. From the controversial Cyberpunk 2077 to the story-based Cloudpunk. And there’s more on the way, with Aeon Drive set in a gritty, futuristic […]

Metaloid: Origin Review: Decent 1990s-Style Run-and-Gunning

Reviewed on PS4 One look at Metaloid: Origin and you’ll instantly be sent back to the glory days of the Sega Genesis. Quite frankly, Retro Revolution’s follow-up to Metagal very well could’ve been a Sega Genesis game back in the ‘90s. Though it initially arrived on Xbox One, Switch, and PC in 2019, the game just recently became available on […]

Out of Line Review: A Strong Puzzler with Bold Art Direction

Reviewed on Switch Have you ever played a game for a specific reason, and then totally dug it for a bunch of different reasons? Maybe you thought the graphics were cool, but when you played it, you fell in love with the world. Perhaps you thought the concept was interesting, but you ended up enjoying the gameplay more than you […]