Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball Video Review

Disco Dodgeball is a game that anyone who enjoys first person shooters should honestly consider. Sadly, there’s not a huge fan base with this game, but the ones that are there are friendly and supportive, and there’s a nice catalogue of guides to help you learn the ropes. It’s non-stop frantic fun that gets more rewarding as you become a stronger droid, and nothing tops … Continue reading Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball Video Review

You’re a Monochrome Gangster Battling Colorful Monsters In ‘Timothy vs The Aliens’

As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster… In a game. Not in real life- that’d be just terrifying. But, if there were one thing that always came in a close second, it would be taking on an alien invasion. I know, I was a weird child. Well, I guess my dreams are finally coming true because a game … Continue reading You’re a Monochrome Gangster Battling Colorful Monsters In ‘Timothy vs The Aliens’

Explore The Horrors Of Transhumanism In Phantaruk

Polyslash is introducing its newest game Phantaruk, a survival-horror game set on the spaceship Purity-02. Set in the distant future, the Purity-02 is a biological research lab that is helping to develop new technology in the field of transhumanism. For those of you who are unfamiliar, it’s a movement that wishes to create a post-human subculture that takes the soul of humans but puts them … Continue reading Explore The Horrors Of Transhumanism In Phantaruk

CrossCode Getting A Huge Content Update

In case you couldn’t tell- I’m a huge fan of classic RPGs. I’m a little partial to Turn-Based, but I enjoy a good action entry as well. Given that most choices stem down to third-person button mashers or western sandbox, I’m always interested when I see a studio shaking things up. Taking familiar gameplay and structure, but bending it just enough to make something new … Continue reading CrossCode Getting A Huge Content Update

Fragments Of Him Video Review

Fragments of Him is an empathy game, through and through. If you’re not into these kinds of games, list it as a ‘walking simulator’ and keep on stepping. If you’re into emotional experiences, know that this isn’t the best out there. It feels pretty amateurish; like an ambitious and heartfelt project that turned into a sophomore’s poem. There are some impressive moments, brilliant camera work … Continue reading Fragments Of Him Video Review

Epistory: Typing Chronicles Review

Epistory nails a lot of the hallmarks of a good adventure game, but it’s interesting typing premise brings down the experience. While I respect their ambitions to make a game where you switch between movement and typing, it might take you a long while before you feel comfortable with the setup. It’s not a bad game by any means, and if you’re looking for a … Continue reading Epistory: Typing Chronicles Review

Trulon: The Shadow Engine Review

While it’s based on a novelized series, Trulon feels like a shell of a narrative experience.  The story in paper thin and the characters aren’t given any real development.  The combat system is inventive and embraces the charm of MTG and other tabletop games, but bogs down the experience with unnecessarily tedious and repetitive animations.  The game was designed for mobile gamers, and the developers … Continue reading Trulon: The Shadow Engine Review

Tachyon Project Review

Tachyon Project is an interesting shooter that has a lot going for it.  Its time-based system offers a great benefit to the truly brave and agile, rewarding those who ride combos without getting scratched.  You’re also given a story about hacking to add some contextual weight to your actions, including some flavor text to go along with each mission.  While the art design and audio … Continue reading Tachyon Project Review