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The Town of Light Review

I’m not much of a horror person, but there was something intriguing about playing a psychological adventure game I didn’t want to miss. So...

July 2017 video game releases we’re excited about (Including July’s Indie...

It’s July gamers, I know I’m struggling to believe it too. The second half of the gaming year is here and there are a...

Yooka Laylee Review

Yooka-Laylee was originally announced back in 2012 as ex-Rare employees stating that they wanted to make a spiritual successor to the 'Banjo-Kazooie' franchise, which...

Uncanny Valley Console Review

I do like it when a modern game reminds you of an old one. The style of it and the way it's put together...

Indie Shooter Aaero Release Date Revealed In Latest Gameplay Video

Sometimes something impresses you when you see the facts about a game, and today we were surprised that just two people are behind this...

2064 Read Only Memories Review

Getting right to the point in our 2064 Read Only Memories review, it's essentially a point-and-click adventure game. Set in a futuristic San Francisco, a myriad...

SiegeCraft Commander Review

With a snappy name like SiegeCraft Commander, my mind boggled with what might be included here. It turned out that Blowfish Studios, the independent developer...

Astroneer Release Date For Xbox One and PC Confirmed – Play...

There is nothing like an early Christmas present and for gamers, it's best when that present is a cool video game! Well we are...

Inside Review

Rarely does a game leave an impression like Inside does. So much so that, in the beginning of this review, I'm asking you to...

Slain: Back From Hell Review

Slain: Back From Hell is a side-scrolling action game set to a heavy metal aesthetic. As I downloaded the game, I was initially put...