Category: Reviews

Bridge Constructor: Portal Cross Platform Review

The multiple Bridge Constructor games have been an ongoing phenomenon in the gaming world since it’s initial release in 2011, and throughout it’s many subsequent releases. Each new rendition (playground, medieval, stunts) give gamers a new way to explore and prevail against challenges designed to test their limits and understanding of basic architecture. Many hilarious […]

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Tiny Metal Review

When I first discovered Tiny Metal, my reaction was excitement. Intense excitement that we would finally be treated to a game we’ve asked for over a decade. That excitement cooled into weary nervousness as concern grew that a small, first time developer might not be able to capture what we all expect. Tiny Metal is […]

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Dino Frontier Review

Wouldn’t it be great if you could bust out your dinosaur and cowboy action figures and have them fight bandits while expanding your town to accommodate new villagers? Remember how fun it was to catch and ride dinosaurs into battle? Growing up I didn’t have cowboys, but my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle figures mixed with […]

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Retro City Rampage DX Review

Retro City Rampage DX is a labor of love by Brian Provinciano and his small team over at Vblank Entertainment. At first glance it looks like a GTA ripoff (no, not the 3D ones, I’m talking about the original top-down ones you youngings) but it’s so much more than that. If you grew up in […]

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Arizona Sunshine PSVR Review

A month or so ago Tristan reviewed NBA Playgrounds which holds the second lowest review score on our site to date. The first goes to Wander, a game that was so unbelievably broken I’m baffled how it got past any QA team. So. Let’s talk Arizona Sunshine. I remember my excitement when I saw the […]

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Metroid: Samus Returns Review

Metroid has a very conflicted past. To some, the series is a confusing mess. It’s a labyrinth of tunnels with a directionless story. To others, like myself, it’s a journey– a mixed walk of isolated dread and terror. Overwhelming odds at every corner, which slowly side in your favor as the adventure unfolds. To those […]

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Slime-san Review

I remember seeing Slime-san from across the room at a Playcrafting event Will and I attended. The game immediately called to me with it’s cheerful aesthetic and fun platforming goodness. As I made my way closer I noticed no one was around so I grabbed a controller and started playing. “Wow, this is a lot […]

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SUPERHOT VR Review

I remember how cool I thought SUPERHOT was when it first came out on macOS and PC. The idea of first person shooter meets puzzler isn’t new as there have been other great games before it like Portal, but none of them were in VR. The idea of the SUPERHOT series is simple: time only […]

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