Gun Crazy is structurally incoherent and a visual mess. I can’t recommend it at any price.
If I were to forget why adventure platformers are my favorite videogames, I would only need to sit down with Xeodrifter.
Though its purported goal of representing real history is mostly a gimmick, Wulverblade is a solid and bloody beat ’em up.
Airoheart is too inexpertly crafted to be enjoyable.
Curse of the Sea Rats Review
If there’s a reason to play Curse of the Sea Rats, it’s for the phenomenal quality of its animation.
Cat Quest II Review
Despite the transformative addition of coop multiplayer, Cat Quest II is more a refinement to its predecessor than an evolution.
SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech Review
Quest’s plain levels are a bore to navigate and its initially-clever combat systems soon mistake complexity for depth.
Squad 51 vs. the Flying Saucers Review
Squad 51 vs. the Flying Saucers is a visual and aesthetic treat and I recommend it for those reasons—and only for those reasons.
Dyadic is at its best when it is played as it is intended: by two players, sitting side-by-side, grasping a single controller between them.
Dredge layers a creepy atmosphere on unique fishing mechanics to create an engrossing and original adventure.