Author: Joshua

Enchanted Portals Interview

For those looking for a new platforming, boss-rush game with old cartoony animation then look no further! Enchanted Portals has you covered. This is something we have talked about a couple of times over on Indie Pod -a podcast all about indie games- and wanted to know a little bit more about. And the developers […]

Bucket Knight Review: Not the Hero I’m Looking For

Games are advancing in a way that was never thought possible at a rate that makes it hard to keep up with the latest trends and emerging genres. At the same time, developers and players still seem to love to always go back to the classics. Think Shovel Knight or The Messenger. Both incredible games […]

A Long Way Down: Early Access Opinions

There are many people out there who absolutely adore card games and recently, it seems like this has been trending more and more in the video game space. Personally, I’ve never cared for card games such as Magic or Yu-gi-oh because traditional deck building has never been my thing. This is why A Long Way […]
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I didn’t Expect to Like The Legend of Bum-bo This Much: A Review

There is an odd stigma around games with a core mechanic of matching shapes together. Anecdotally, I always associate Candy Crush with my mother and older family members who jumped aboard the crazy hype train that it started. So, when I heard that Edmund McMillen’s next title, The Legend of Bum-Bo, was going to have […]

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 […]
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