Games & Tech, Review, Tabletop

Review: Cyanide and Happiness’ Master Dater Is a Great New Holiday Party Game

Tabletop party games are everywhere these days. A simple trip to Target will turn up dozens and dozens of them. And many of them follow a familiar formula, at least […]

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Games & Tech, Review, Technology

Review: The Couchmaster Cybot Provides Plenty of Space for Cozy Couch Gaming with a Few Flaws

2020 made the home office king. Lockdown forced most 9 to 5 corporate folk to find a nook in their home to set up a laptop and get down to […]

Marielle Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

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 […]

Antal Bokor /
Feature, Games & Tech, Review, Technology

Review: Storypod Is a Great Interactive Learning Aid for Kids

There are a lot of ways to learn as a kid these days. There’s the things we grew up on like picture book and PBS as well as educational video […]

Marielle Bokor /
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. […]

Antal Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

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 […]

Antal Bokor /
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 […]

Antal Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

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 […]

Antal Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

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 […]

Antal Bokor /
Beyond, Feature, Games & Tech

Review: The Horror Tarot Deck Is a Great Spooky Addition to Your Halloween

It’s the right time of year for the spooky and supernatural to come to the forefront. Everyone’s got ghosts and ghouls on their mind and are soaking up the Halloween […]

Marielle Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

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 […]

Antal Bokor /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

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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