Curses ‘N Chaos Review

Some games want to go big with fantastic graphics, epic production values, a triple A budget, and even more features than you truly need. Others however, are smaller, content on concentrating on smaller and entertaining gameplay mechanics, replay value, and … Continue reading 

The Swindle Review

There’s nothing like busting into a high security building and getting away with wads of cold, hard cash without leaving a trace behind. It’s even better when you can use steampunk gadgetry and the guards watching over the dough are … Continue reading 

La-Mulana EX Review

The original release of La-Mulana back in Windows showed that exceptional side-scrolling action adventure games, especially those of the Metroidvania genre, were still alive and kicking offering players depth and exciting gameplay while channeling what made classic gaming so great. … Continue reading 

Grim Fandango Remastered Review

Sometimes you can’t keep a classic game hidden away for too long. That’s the case with Tim Schaefer’s Grim Fandango, one of LucasArts finest adventure games, and one that’s been increasingly difficult to get a hold of throughout the years. … Continue reading 

Minutes Review

Minutes, by Red Phantom Games, is a unique bullet hell experience. Instead of players taking control of a ship or a person and avoiding colorful patterns of death dealing bullets while shooting back some of your own in scrolling stages, … Continue reading 

Citizens of Earth Review

After a heated political battle, the newly elected Vice President of the World, or VP as some call him, decides to go back home for vacations, yet is cut short as weird things are happening in his home town. As the … Continue reading