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Ironcast Review

by Oscar Venturaon February 26, 2016
Tired of those match-three games over flooding the market? Yeah, me too! Luckily for us Ironcast is far from that as there is tons of planning and strategy involved that the matching is the least of your worries. Being a fan of the original Puzzle Quest, this game caught my interest for the game play […]

Assault Android Cactus Review

by Oscar Venturaon October 9, 2015
Assault Android Cactus has so much going for it that makes me love and hate it at the same time. But don't worry, it's a good hatred, rushing to collect a battery, or raging over not beating a friend's high score.

Tower of Guns Review

by Oscar Venturaon April 21, 2015
Tower of Guns is a first person shooter rogue-like game by Terrible Posture Games. Tower of Guns is available for Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows, OS X, and Linux. It is meant to be played in short bursts as it features perma-death within all of its modes. There are a variety of storylines, […]
Anomaly 2

Anomaly 2 Review

by Mark Brunoon November 5, 2014
Anomaly is a game that takes the tower defense genre and flips it on its head. Termed a tower offense game by the developers, 11 bit studios, Anomaly 2 has players manning an army of machines on the attack against an alien race. There is a good amount of variety between each single player mission, […]

Blue Estate: The Game

Blue Estate Review

by Mark Brunoon August 4, 2014
Does Blue Estate revive new life into a dying genre?

ArcaniA – The Complete Tale Review

by Mark Brunoon August 1, 2013
When a game’s release date gets bumped back by a month or two, you typically don’t panic too much–it’s usually because the developers have a few bugs to work out or to make some last minute audio or graphical tweaks. When a game then gets bumped back a second time, you start question how it’s going […]

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch: Review

by Mark Brunoon March 5, 2013
Fans of the JRPG will not want to miss out on Level 5’s latest, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, an epic, heart-warming tale of a boy’s quest to repair a broken world filled with evil. Borrowing from some of the best games of the genre while adding in its own unique style, Ni no Kuni is […]

Revenge is a dish best served cold: Dishonored Review

by Alan Wongon November 10, 2012
I might be late to the show for this review, but Dishonored was probably one of the most hyped games of the year, so how I can I not review it? I’m pretty sure everyone, by now, have played the game or at least watched the trailer. My first thought of the trailer was breath […]
The Unfinished Swan

The Unfinished Swan: Review

by Mark Brunoon October 30, 2012
The Unfinished Swan is a delightful game that reminds players of how special being a kid really was.