Category: PC

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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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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Life is Strange – All Episode Reviews

I remember how caught off guard I was when Life is Strange came out. It felt weird to me that Square Enix would invest in something that seemed so minor and low budget from a developer I never heard of before. Then I played the first episode and, while it's not without it's faults, I [...]
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Sonic Mania Review

The History of Sonic is kind of like a failed marriage. It started off new and colorful, full of excitement and joy (and also blast processing). It was a refreshing change, which brought the SEGA brand into a fierce competition with Nintendo, taking major market share from the once dominant N. The edgy hedgehog was […]

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NBA Playgrounds Review

NBA Playgrounds is a bold attempt at bringing back the long forgotten genre of fast paced, 2 on 2 basketball. Trying its absolute best to step into arcade style sports genre and compete with juggernauts like NBA Jam, it took a backcourt hail mary by trying to maintain arcade style gameplay while also introducing a […]

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Death Squared Review

If you’ve seen any advertising for the Nintendo Switch, then you know the company is pushing local co-op play hard, and they should be! Don’t get me wrong, online co-op is fun and all, but I miss the days of having a group of friends under the same roof battling it out in Halo or […]

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Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles Review

The friendly Adventure game Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles by Developer Prideful Sloth, brings a gorgeous world to life on the isles of Gemea. Our hero, known only as the Sprite-Seer comes equipped with a magical compass, capable of pointing the way through the mists surrounding the island. An early start to the game sees […]

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