Author: Joshua

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Review: Second Time’s a Charm

I think we can all agree that nostalgia seems to be playing a big part in video games lately. Face it, it works! And a team who is no stranger to conjuring up nostalgic magic is Playtonic Games, by paying some serious homage to genres of the past. They did it first with Yooka-Laylee, attempting […]
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What the Golf? Review: Go Ahead and Strut that Putt

2019 definitely has to be one of the wackiest years for video games. We’ve had a villainous goose, a cat in a mech suit, and even a sheep moving the world with words. But now comes the strangest of them all, the golf ball! If you’re not aware, Triband has recently released What the Golf? […]

Untitled Goose Game Review: Laying on the Honk

If you have been keeping up with the indie game scene then you will be no stranger to the odd wonder of being an annoying goose. That’s right! I’m talking about the recently released, Untitled Goose Game. A game where, as a goose, your whole purpose is to steal from, scare and pester anyone in […]

SNES Games We Want Ported to the Switch

Well, it’s finally happening! The Switch is starting to expand its library of older Nintendo titles to finally resemble something closer to the old eShop of the Wii days. We now have 20 Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) games and boy is this an outstanding collection to start off with! But when pulling at the […]

Atomicrops: Farming Simulators Gone Wild!

There are a number of well regarded simulation games out there that have quite the enthusiastic fan base to tell you how amazing and relaxing they can be. However, I often find myself struggling to find interest in this style of gameplay. I would rather have something a little more action packed and with Atomicrops, […]

Minion Masters is a Great Example of Video Game Onboarding

For those like me, I had no idea about a game called Minion Masters even though it had been out in early access since 2016. As with many games, it can feel pretty daunting to jump into something that has already been around for some time and built up a community of players who know […]

A Blast From the Past: Ion Fury Review

Nostalgia is becoming a true video game seller when you think about all of the remade games coming out lately, and Voidpoint is no stranger to this. The development studio has paired up with 3D Realms, the publisher behind games such as Duke Nukem 3D and Max Payne, to create Ion Fury; the brand new […]

CrowdFunding Games You Need to Know: June 2019

Another month down and there are a ton of new developers lining up to take your money! Hmmm, there has to be a better way to put that… Anyways, I’m talking about all the wonderful video games that are just begging to be crowdfunded. There are numerous out there but we handpicked a few of […]

Devolver Digital Shows Up to E3 in a Big Way

Devolver Digital, in the past, has never been a publisher that I paid much attention to. Sure they publish some awesome titles but I never thought much of the actual team themselves. E3 has shined a whole new light on them for me personally. With their grotesque but witty theatrics, they have created an experience […]

Gato Roboto Review: A Paw-sitive addition to the Metroidvania Cat-a-log

Are you a fan of cute kittens and Mech Robots? What about cute kittens inside Mech robots? Well, with Gato Roboto, you can get the best of both worlds! Developed by Doinksoft, Gato Roboto is an old-school platformer about a soldier and his cat Kiki who become stranded on a planet after their ship crashes. […]
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