Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Ship of Fools Is a Chaotic Co-Op Roguelike

While some co-op video games test the boundaries of friendship, playing on the couch with a buddy or significant other is one of my favorite types of video game playing. […]

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Review: Incredibly Short El Paso, Nightmare Manages to Bring the Scares

There’s something about the low poly aesthetic of the 90’s that make games extra scary. It could be because I was a kid during that era, or because the low […]

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Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: From Space Manages to Make a Neon-Soaked Alien Invasion Boring

I love twin stick shooters. So when I get a chance to play a twin stick shooter with an emphasis on co-op, it’s an easy sell. After all, the original […]

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Review: The  Entropy Center Has You Saving the World by Solving Puzzles

It’s so easy to compare one video game to another when writing reviews. While that’s something I try to avoid, it’s hard, especially when a game does little to hide […]

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Review: The Last Hero of Nostalgaia Is a Soulslike that Tries Something New: Humor

The soulslike genre is often very bleak, and stuffy.  Most soulslike games deal with a post-apocalyptic society, and there really isn’t’ much humor to be found there—despite The Last Hero […]

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Review:  Signalis Is a Great Throwback to Classic Horror With Lots of New Ideas

I’ve been replaying classic horror games a lot lately, and there’s something about their low polygon, low resolution nature that makes them scarier than a lot of modern games. But […]

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Review: Infernax Gets an Appropriately Halloween-Themed New Character

Infernax is a great throwback metroidvania that is chock full of nostalgia and secrets to discover. In fact, it has a whole secret roster of characters that are references to […]

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Review: The Last Oricru Is a Janky ARPG That Suffers From Identity Issues   

             Someone described The Last Oricru to me as a “soulslike meets Mass Effect” and I just had to see it for myself. While I can certainly see what that […]

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Game, Games & Tech, Preview

Preview: Darktide’s Closed Beta Leaves Us Wanting More

I’m a huge Warhammer: Vermintide 2 fan. It’s a game I’ve played almost weekly since its Early Access release. While my group and I have cooled on it a bit […]

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Review: Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed—Bustin’ Makes Me Feel Good

When I heard Illfonic was making a 4v1 game based on the Ghostbusters franchise, I was a little skeptical. I mean, how can you capture that Ghostbusters movie feel while […]

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Review: Fueled Up Isn’t the Overcooked Meets FTL Mash-Up I Was Hoping For

I love co-op games like Overcooked—you know, time management style games that involve doing a series of tasks within a time limit, all while pressure is mounting. I also loved […]

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Review: Cultic Is a Competent Build Engine Inspired Shooter

I don’t mind the rise of retro shooters, or “boomer shooter” to those who insist on using that term. While I don’t like to call them “boomer shooters” I definitely […]

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