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Hoa Review: Like a Simple, Short-Lived Flower

Hoa Review: Like a Simple, Short-Lived Flower

game review23 August 2021

Like a short-lived flower, Hoa is filled with wonder. Its levels and puzzles may be too simple for some, but the wonder it creates through art and sound could be what convinces you to play it.

Hoa Review: Like a Simple, Short-Lived Flower
Unbound Worlds Apart Review: Platforming Not For the Impatient

Unbound Worlds Apart Review: Platforming Not For the Impatient

game review04 August 2021

Unbound has familiar touchstones of other modern side-scrolling platformers: Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Limbo, Inside, Cuphead, take your pick. It’s almost a formula by now. Throw a nice color pallet, a mystical world, and boom you’ve got a game.

Unbound Worlds Apart Review: Platforming Not For the Impatient
Smelter Review - Beyond Platforming Heaven And Hell

Smelter Review - Beyond Platforming Heaven And Hell

game review27 April 2021

It’s as if the SNES classics ActRraiser and Mega Man X got married, had a baby, and called it… well, Smelter, which is an awful name, honestly.

Smelter Review - Beyond Platforming Heaven And Hell
Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review - a Platformer Like No Other

Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review - a Platformer Like No Other

game review01 April 2021

What looks like an average platformer is in fact one of the most emotional games of recent years. The story of young Izzy will touch your soul, no matter if you’re 14 or 44. The only thing missing is the game's average delivery of pure platformer.

Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review - a Platformer Like No Other
Little Nightmares 2 Review - Can't Sleep, Monster Will Eat Me

Little Nightmares 2 Review - Can't Sleep, Monster Will Eat Me

game review09 February 2021

Little Nightmares 2 is a sequel that's nearing on obsolescence, but comes out on top with a few successful expansions of previous ideas. On top of that, it remains quite creepy, and overall compelling.

Little Nightmares 2 Review - Can't Sleep, Monster Will Eat Me
How to Make a Perfect Game? Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review

How to Make a Perfect Game? Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review

game review10 March 2020

Ori and the Blind Forest was an outstanding game. Its creators were probably aware of this and knew that in order for the sequel to match the original, several changes had to be made. Did it work?

How to Make a Perfect Game? Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Review – The Bandicoot is Back in Town

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Review – The Bandicoot is Back in Town

game review10 July 2017

More than 20 years after the release of its first installment, Crash Bandicoot returns in a remastered trilogy prepared by the team at Vicarious Visions. Can this once-progressive title still hold its ground against modern titles?

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Review – The Bandicoot is Back in Town
Inside Review – enthralled by the creators of Limbo

Inside Review – enthralled by the creators of Limbo

game review07 July 2016

For the last couple of years Playdead have been working hard on a new title, a follow up to the success of Limbo. Inside is the outcome. This is a gloomy journey of a little kid into the world of unethical human experiments.

Inside Review – enthralled by the creators of Limbo
The Way Review – revive your love in pixel art

The Way Review – revive your love in pixel art

game review03 June 2016

Drawing inspiration from cult classics such as Another World or Flashback is a commendable thing to do. Still, is this simply a marketing ploy or did the creators actually succeed at bringing back the spirit of these great ‘90s games?

The Way Review – revive your love in pixel art
Rocket League Review: Introducing the Soccar

Rocket League Review: Introducing the Soccar

game review31 July 2015

People love football (or soccer) and people love cars. Will people love Rocket League – the game that merges the two?

Rocket League Review: Introducing the Soccar