September 1999 [Review]

The Review Have you ever watched a movie and thought “what was the point?” September 1999 is a 5 minute and 30 second experience that evoked those same feelings within me. Being a horror nerd, I was intrigued to find a free horror game that

Apex Legends Needs to Add a New Permanent Mode

I’ve been solidly playing Apex Legends for over a year now and have enjoyed (almost) every moment of it. Season 1 showed us the basics of gameplay, the standard legends, the joy of the the Skull Piercer attachment, and exploration of King’s Canyon. Season 2

Curse of The Dead Gods [Review]

The Review Curse of the Dead Gods is a rogue-lite dungeon crawler by Passtech Games [also brought: master of anima] and Focus Home Interactive [the surge & farming simulator].  This game is pretty challenging and not suited for a casual relaxing gaming session.  Think Diablo

Hidden Through Time [Review]

The Review I (like many other people in their mid-30’s or younger) grew up loving and obsessing over seek and find picture puzzle books. I would spend hours poring over the legends, attempting to find every object that was required of me. Hidden Through Time

Arboria – PAX East Impressions

Intense colors. Unique design. Trolls? I wasn’t sure what to expect when I saw the banner for Arboria, but after a few seconds watching I knew I wanted to try it out. Selecting which “seed” you want the troll to come from requires some thought.

Alaloth – PAX East Impressions

A time of upheaval and betrayal. Chaos and fantasy! The hooks for Alaloth are there. The game styles itself as an isometric, challenging version of something seen before. Game play was fairly typical and fluid, abilities interesting and unique to your class, and skill trees