Little Inferno Review

If pyromania and consumerism had a video game lovechild, it would be Little Inferno. The gameplay sounds mind-numbingly boring: you sit in front of a fireplace, buy things from catalogues, burn them, and collect money from the ashes to buy …

Endless Legend Review

Endless Legend is considered a 4X (Explore, Expand, Exploit, and Exterminate) style fantasy strategy game. The game offers a choice between playing as one of eight factions, or even creating your own. Each faction has a unique storyline which is …

Neverending Nightmares Review

Understanding that this game is about developer Matt Gilgenbach’s struggle with mental illness injects considerable context into Neverending Nightmares. You play as pajama-clad Thomas, who awakens to discover—Inception-style—that he is still dreaming, and with increasingly insidious and nightmarish dreamscapes. When …

Wasteland 2 Review

Wasteland – a post-nuclear RPG also known as the spiritual predecessor of Fallout – had been released a year before I was born. I have never played the first game (maybe it’s time, as it comes bundled with Wasteland 2) …

Child of Light Review

2021 will be marked as the time of extremes. When next-gen hardware on one hand showcased graphically superior, complex AAA games, while on the other tried to please the indie-loving niche. 2014 will also be remembered as the year Ubisoft …

Over 9000 Zombies Review

There are over 9000 zombies at your doorstep, what do you do? Grab your super charged plasma cannon and start unloading all that military grade experimental ammunition you stockpiled in your isolationist cabin in the woods. Who needs friends or …

Flockers Review

What’s the least life-threatening way to get a sheep from point A to point B? Flockers is a 2D puzzle-platformer in the grand tradition of Lemmings — sheep spawn at one end of a map, and players must shepherd as …

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

It’s a bit early to call it in October, but Shadow of Mordor just might be the game of the year. Set between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, you play Talion, a ranger killed by the Black …

LittleBigPlanet Review

In a world where so many games are dark, nasty, and profane, sometimes it’s nice to enjoy something brighter for a change. If you’re getting sick of grim and mean-spirited games, a cute little platformer like LittleBigPlanet may just be …

TRI: Of Friendship and Madness Review

In the world of first-person puzzle games, it is often very difficult not to mention THAT first-person puzzle game (or it’s sequel) as a basis of comparison. TRI: Of Friendship and Madness, however, is one of the few games of …