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Operation: Tango Review: A Stylish Spy Co-op

Operation: Tango Review: A Stylish Spy Co-op

game review26 May 2021

If you have ever done one of those trust exercises where you are blindfolded and need to listen to your partner, you’ll fit right in with this puzzler. Trust each other, talk it out, and you’ll have a great time saving the world.

Operation: Tango Review: A Stylish Spy Co-op
Of Bird and Cage Review - Where Games and Music Meet

Of Bird and Cage Review - Where Games and Music Meet

game review21 May 2021

Another walking sim? Not this time! Of Bird and Cage is a unique blend of action-adventure game and metal album, created by people who spent more time in bands (such as Guns N’ Roses) than among developers. It’s a blast to hear. But is it playable at all?

Of Bird and Cage Review - Where Games and Music Meet
Subnautica: Below Zero: Surviving the Alien Arctic

Subnautica: Below Zero: Surviving the Alien Arctic

game review17 May 2021

It is no easy task for a video game to balance calming exploration gameplay with high tension heists and a dash of existential horror, but Subnautica: Below Zero does it well.

Subnautica: Below Zero: Surviving the Alien Arctic
New Pokemon Snap Review: Back Behind The Lens

New Pokemon Snap Review: Back Behind The Lens

game review04 May 2021

The endlessly charming Nintendo IP finally returns to homes after a 22 year hiatus. With the Switch release, Bandai Namco breathes lots of fresh air into the classic, bringing an extensive and faithful production.

New Pokemon Snap Review: Back Behind The Lens
Before Your Eyes Review - Keep Blinking and Try Not to Cry

Before Your Eyes Review - Keep Blinking and Try Not to Cry

game review12 April 2021

I can't remember the last time a game was so close to making me cry. Perhaps it was What Remains of Edith Finch? Yes, these two games have a lot in common, including creative gameplay. To fully experience Before Your Eyes you should have a webcam…

Before Your Eyes Review - Keep Blinking and Try Not to Cry
Paradise Lost Review - Wolfenstein and BioShock Walk Into a Bar…

Paradise Lost Review - Wolfenstein and BioShock Walk Into a Bar…

game review24 March 2021

Have you ever wondered where the next BioShock game could take place? Paradise Lost won’t give you an answer to that, but it creates a vision so magnificent that I wish 2K Games used it for another installment of this cherished series…

Paradise Lost Review - Wolfenstein and BioShock Walk Into a Bar…
Breathedge Review - Not Funny Subnautica in Space

Breathedge Review - Not Funny Subnautica in Space

game review27 February 2021

Breathedge is another survival game. This time we will explore space, try to get oxygen and gather resources. Although it is not a bad game, the reception is spoiled by poor humor.

Breathedge Review - Not Funny Subnautica in Space
The Medium Review - More Medium Than Well-Done

The Medium Review - More Medium Than Well-Done

game review27 January 2021

The Medium is an artistic and conceptual feat, but not much more. While it provides an exciting, often eerie setting, it fails at becoming truly compelling because of it's linearity, simplicity, and generally untapped potential.

The Medium Review - More Medium Than Well-Done
Phasmophobia Will Give You the Creeps... Unless You're Playing With Friends

Phasmophobia Will Give You the Creeps... Unless You're Playing With Friends

revisiting15 October 2020

However, with a few simple tricks, Phasmophobia intensifies everything that we have experienced so far in the classics, making us pant out of fear, but you can't abuse it.

Phasmophobia Will Give You the Creeps... Unless You're Playing With Friends
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest Review - A Howling, Barking, Gripping Adventure

Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest Review - A Howling, Barking, Gripping Adventure

game review13 October 2020

Heart of the Forest brings an eerie setting, some fantastic writing, and an atmosphere to remember. The game is heavy on text (because, you know, visual novel), but if you're willing to invest the time, it will repay you with a powerful adventure.

Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Heart of the Forest Review - A Howling, Barking, Gripping Adventure
Tell Me Why Review – Substance Over Style!

Tell Me Why Review – Substance Over Style!

game review09 September 2020

The new game from the creators of Life is Strange brings a surprisingly sensible approach to difficult subjects, as well as some very powerful emotions and messages.

Tell Me Why Review – Substance Over Style!
A Classic Adventure in Modern Setting – Beyond a Steel Sky review

A Classic Adventure in Modern Setting – Beyond a Steel Sky review

game review10 July 2020

Beyond a Steel Sky proves that even a quarter of a century is worth waiting for a proper sequel. Or that today it's worth looking at the 26-year-old Amiga game to have more fun with this newer production.

A Classic Adventure in Modern Setting – Beyond a Steel Sky review
The Best Among the Worst – Review of Deadly Premonition 2

The Best Among the Worst – Review of Deadly Premonition 2

game review08 July 2020

Swery will surprise no one any more because everyone knows what he's capable of. That's why Deadly Premonition 2 isn't surprising. It's the best of the worst games to hit the market this year. A true game for the chosen ones.

The Best Among the Worst – Review of Deadly Premonition 2
VirtuaVerse Review – Perfect Cyberpunk is Pixel Art Mixed With Synthwave

VirtuaVerse Review – Perfect Cyberpunk is Pixel Art Mixed With Synthwave

game review24 May 2020

VirtuaVerse is a monument of pixel art and synthwave. An eye-catching and ear-pleasing journey to the 80's that revives the dusty point'n'click adventure genre.

VirtuaVerse Review – Perfect Cyberpunk is Pixel Art Mixed With Synthwave
The Last Sky – Road to Nirvana

The Last Sky – Road to Nirvana

game review04 March 2020

The Last Sky is a blend of exploratory adventure and classic platformer. The protagonist is Jake, a war veteran struggling with PTSD, trying to answer the question "what hurts more – what we've done upon others, or what others have done upon us?".

The Last Sky – Road to Nirvana
The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review – Edith Finch Meets Firewatch

The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review – Edith Finch Meets Firewatch

game review24 February 2020

As the market is saturated with cheap walking sims, it’s getting harder and harder to find an outstanding game in this genre. Developers of The Suicide of Rachel Foster, however, managed to create one. It’s a thrilling adventure you don’t want to miss.

The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review – Edith Finch Meets Firewatch
Song of Horror Review – Often Scary, but in the Wrong Way

Song of Horror Review – Often Scary, but in the Wrong Way

game review29 October 2019

Song of Horror is a frightening game that focuses on classic presentation of action, sneaking, and solving puzzles. But was everything that frightens the player surely intended by the creators?

Song of Horror Review – Often Scary, but in the Wrong Way
Wanderlust Travel Stories Review – A Must-Read Game

Wanderlust Travel Stories Review – A Must-Read Game

game review26 September 2019

Wanderlust is an unusual and bold concept of a game based on the literature of the road. The courage of the artists, who created a game consisting mostly of text, deserves admiration. And recognition, too, because Wanderlust is simply a really good game.

Wanderlust Travel Stories Review – A Must-Read Game
Blair Witch Review – the Scariest Forest

Blair Witch Review – the Scariest Forest

game review03 September 2019

Bloober Team is a company that has become a synonym of horror for many people. Blair Witch is their first game developed under a license, but the devs were able to turn that into their favor, offering another successful title. Is it their best game yet?

Blair Witch Review – the Scariest Forest
Sinking City Review – Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu

Sinking City Review – Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu

game review05 July 2019

The authors of the series of games about Sherlock Holmes opted for the prose of H. P. Lovecraft and seem to have knuckled under to the power of the Great Old Ones. The Sinking City turned out a decent detective adventure, but not much more.

Sinking City Review – Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu
Layers of Fear 2 Review – More Ambitious, but is that Good?

Layers of Fear 2 Review – More Ambitious, but is that Good?

game review05 July 2019

An atmosphere which is not that spooky or terrifying but... quite strange, disturbing, literally "creepy." Layers of Fear 2 is not the Polish P. T., but a Polish TP. “T” for Twin, and “P” for Peaks.

Layers of Fear 2 Review – More Ambitious, but is that Good?
Beat Cop review – everyday fun on the force

Beat Cop review – everyday fun on the force

game review04 April 2017

Rather quietly, overshadowed by triple-A releases, comes a game worth noticing. Beat Cop is, in some respects, quite similar to Papers, Please, but in this case, we can choose between good and bad cop.

Beat Cop review – everyday fun on the force
Kona Review – spooky Canadian survival

Kona Review – spooky Canadian survival

game review27 March 2017

A snowy, Canadian wilderness is the perfect location to hide some bodies in the closet. If you don’t believe me, Kona – a survival adventure game by Parabole – will certainly convince you.

Kona Review – spooky Canadian survival
Virginia review – Twin Peaks meets The X-Files

Virginia review – Twin Peaks meets The X-Files

game review29 September 2016

Made with a cinematic flair, Virginia tells a subtly emotional story with image alone. This game is trying to push the envelope when it comes to the limits of walking simulators while creating an eerie atmosphere reminiscent of Twin Peaks or The X-Files.

Virginia review – Twin Peaks meets The X-Files