The Review Like many of you, I have been working from home for the past several weeks. During that time one of the easiest things to do during breaks in the day is to play catch up on my MASSIVE steam backlog from years of
The Review With Ori and the Will of the Wisps released earlier this month, I felt it was a good time to finish up Ori and the Blind Forest on my Steam queue. I had forgotten how beautiful the game is. Playing through was a
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
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.
Impressions of our hands-on time with MisBits from PAX East 2020.
I was finally able to play Carrion at PAX East this year. It is a game in which you play as a red, pulsing, monster that slithers along the ground in search of biomass. It sounds a bit disturbing, but it really satisfied my itch
Outlast 2 My first statement: just when you thought things were f**ked up it just gets worse. Red Barrels, the original development team of the Outlast series, has released the second installment of the series on April 25th on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Steam
So, let’s talk about a complete WTF OMG BBQ game. It takes a lot to scare me nowadays due to my desensitization to horror games. Sure, some give me the spooks, but normally chalk it up to “good game, could have been scarier in certain
Title: Hue Format: PSN (246MB) Release Date: August 30th, 2016 Publisher: Curve Digital Developer: Fiddlesticks Original MSRP: $14.99 ESRB Rating: E PS4 Pro Support: No PS VR Support: No Hue. This little indie darling is one of a kind. The story is short and simple: Hue is creating rifts in the
Title: Feist Platform & Format: PS4 via PSN Release Date: December 13th, 2016 Publisher: Finji Developer: Finji Original MSRP: $9.99 ESRB Rating: TBA PS4 Pro Support: No PS VR Support: No Feist is a game where you play as little critters in a forest with black silhouettes against a