Valve’s latest foray into the unforgiving world of gaming hardware is their impressive Steam Deck. I’m sure you know all about it, but for the sake of the uninformed (and Google’s search algorithm), let’s talk briefly about what the Deck is, what it does, and why so many gamers are calling it a “Nintendo Switch Killer.” Nintendo has always dominated the handheld market. Ever since … Continue reading The Steam Deck is NOT a Threat to Nintendo
Following an apocalyptic nuclear incident, the few surviving humans are forced to live in underground facilities called “endzones.” The game takes place 150 years later, as humans are emerging from the endzones and back onto the surface to begin… well, you know: city-building. Continue reading Endzone: A World Apart Review
Grow your empire. Then smoke it? Here’s our Blaze Revolutions review. I don’t know how you spent your 4/20 this 2020, but I spent it growing my marijuana empire in the new stealth/tycoon hybrid Blaze Revolution on Steam. Does that sound like a real thing? A stealth/tycoon hybrid? I’ve never heard of such a thing, but when you’re growing an illegal empire, a certain amount … Continue reading Grow a Cannabis Empire in Blaze Revolutions
Skul is not what it looks like. What appears to be a pixel-based roguelike Metroidvania is actually a Souls-like beat-em-up. And it works! Continue reading Skul: The Hero Slayer Review
Colony Siege is currently available on Steam. Players will be challenged to fend off massive hordes of enemies through 23 intense missions. Work your way through the story mode alone or with a friend in 2-player co-op in 23 intense missions. Earn cash to unlock upgrades for your commander, your units, buildings and more. It’s a familiar formula, expanded with classic RTS elements. Defend your … Continue reading Colony Siege – A New RTS Hybrid in Spaaaaace!
Ministry of Broadcast likely won’t change your life. But it’s a solid play with challenging puzzles, an interesting story, pleasant pixel graphics, multiple endings, and enough achievements and hidden shoes to keep you busy. Continue reading Ministry of Broadcast Game Review – A Dystopian Platforming Reality Show
The game play in Sea Salt is different from anything I’ve played before. The concept is very simple: You play as Dagon, an evil sea deity directing his hordes on the land from is kingdom below the depths. Continue reading Summon eldritch horrors in Sea Salt (Switch game review)
The otherworldly exploration of Planescape Torment meets the focused characterization of the Witcher, re-imagined as a deeply nontraditional JRPG. Continue reading The Pale City – Indie Game Preview
If you know my gaming habits, it should be no surprise that I’ve only played 2 of the nominated games (out of 40 total nominees. I can’t afford all these newfangled games!) Continue reading Steam Awards: The results are in. Oh, and happy new year too.
From the graphics and music to the sheer variety of enemies and environments, Valfaris makes you want to keep playing, even if it means your repeated, gruesome death Continue reading Valfaris is Old-School Hard.
Murdered: Soul Suspect is a 3rd person adventure/puzzle game with stealth elements. It was developed by Airtight Games and published by Square Enix and was released for a variety of consoles as well as PC. I love detective stories. So when I heard there was a game where you play as the ghost of a detective that was murdered during an investigation of a serial … Continue reading Murdered: Soul Suspect Review – Deadly Disappointment
Pathway on the PC, developed by Robotality and published by Chucklefish is really a unique spin on the turn-based squad strategy genre, with full fanfare given to the Indiana Jones universe, from the enemies and locations, to the epic soundtrack. Continue reading Pathway Review – Nazi Zombies in the Desert