Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Puzzle Heavy The Tartarus Key Nails the Retro Aesthetic

I’ve been playing a lot of retro games lately and there’s something especially haunted about old PlayStation games that high definition graphics can’t recreate. That’s why I’m always thrilled to […]

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Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Layers of Fear Is Graphically Impressive. That’s About It.

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I never played the original Layers of Fear, though I did play its sequel—and I wasn’t a big fan. However, the first game was lauded for its use of psychological […]

Antal Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun Was a Great Idea with Middling Execution

I’ve been playing a lot of Warhammer 40,000: Darktide lately. Despite its flaws, it has great combat. One of my favorite weapons in Darktide is the boltgun—and right around the […]

Antal Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Darkest Dungeon II Is More of What You Love, but Also Less

Darkest Dungeon was a darling when it was released seven years ago. Darkest Dungeon wasn’t unique, but it excelled in creating its sense of grim dread and kept me pushing […]

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Review: Mia and the Dragon Princess Is Schlock, Full of Missed Opportunities

I’m still old enough that I remember when full motion video (or FMV) was a novel addition to games.  FMV mostly gave way to the use of computer generated cutscenes, […]

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Review: Ten Dates Is a Fun, Stress-Free Way to Enjoy Valentine’s Day from Your Couch

It’s Valentine’s Day and no matter where you fall on the spectrum from “absolutely against” to “bring on the glittery hearts,” it’s unavoidable. All around us strawberries are being dipped, […]

Marielle Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Nostalgia Does Some Heavy Lifting In Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider

I’ve been playing a lot of retro games lately, so when a game that’s “retro-inspired” comes across my desk to review, I’m always weary. It’s rare for something to come […]

Antal Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Warhammer 40,000: Darktide Has Fantastic Combat, but Suffers from a Rough Launch      

Before I start, I should mention that I love 4 player, Left 4 Dead style co-op games. I get together multiple times a week with different groups of friends and […]

Antal Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Bright, Whimsical Kukoos: Lost Pets  Is Nostalgic but Mediocre

The late 90s and early ‘00s were a special time in video game history. Platformers, along with the rest of video games, were just starting to transition to 3D. Games […]

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Review: Dwarf Fortress Is Breathtakingly Complex

I’ve always had a certain fascination with Dwarf Fortress. I haven’t played it before now, but I’d always stumble across stories of dwarven madness, or those that dug too deep […]

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Preview: Warhammer 40,000: Darktide’s Pre Order Beta Is a Drip Feed of Content Until Release

Darktide is finally here–somewhat. The pre-order Beta has kicked off, and if you pay in you can get early access to developer Fat Shark’s follow-up to Vermintide 2. If you […]

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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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