Games & Tech, Review

Review: Jusant Is a Beautiful, Poignant Climb

I can always appreciate a good, slow, contemplative puzzle game. However, I can’t say I’ve ever played a game that is part meditative, and part exhilarating in the same way […]

Antal Bokor /
Games & Tech, Review

Review: Ghostrunner II is More Sci-Fi Ninja Action and An Absolute Gem of a Sequel

I have thirty minutes to write this before my deadline, but that’s okay: I have speed on my side. That’s what it feels like after playing Ghostrunner II, the follow-up […]

Antal Bokor /
Games & Tech, Review

El Paso, Elsewhere Is Stylish and Humorous But Lacks in Gameplay

After playing El Paso, Nowhere I was pretty excited to see where El Paso, Elsewhere would take the story and gameplay. It’s a cool idea, and an awesome visual style […]

Antal Bokor /
Games & Tech, Review

Review: Besides Dinosaurs, Paleo Pines Doesn’t Have Much Going For It

It’s been over three years since Animal Crossing: New Horizons brought cozy games to the mainstream. I’ve been enjoying the trend, even though I end up playing more bad cozy […]

Marielle Bokor /
Games & Tech, Review

Review: Gunbrella Force Feeds Quirkiness While Skimping on Action

I don’t think an umbrella-turned-firearm would be my first choice to avenge a dead wife, but it’s a perfectly viable choice in the self-proclaimed “noir punk” world of Gunbrella, an […]

Antal Bokor /
Games & Tech, Review

Review: Fort Solis is a Slow Burn With Frustratingly Little Pay Off

Mild spoilers follow I’m a sucker for a sci-fi game, especially if it’s horror adjacent. Throw in a futuristic abandoned facility to explore, and you couldn’t keep me away. Fort […]

Antal Bokor /
Games & Tech, Review

Review: Fall of Porcupine Mixes Cozy Gameplay with an Honest Look at a Broken Healthcare System

Do you remember the era of the doctor/hospital show? Some would say it’s not over yet, but there’s always been interest in the medical field and the daily comings and […]

Marielle Bokor /
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 […]

Antal Bokor /
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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 […]

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Games & Tech, Review

Review: Pocket-Sized Bleak Sword DX Is Stylish, Difficult

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I’m a sucker for a good soulslike game, but you have to wade through a lot of bad titles to find the gems. Despite having its origins as a mobile […]

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Games & Tech, Review

Review: Return to Grace Has a Great Premise but No Payoff

 I’m a sucker for games that have the player character exploring abandoned sci-fi facilities and derelict spacecraft. I love to piece together a mystery, and Return to Grace promised a […]

Marielle Bokor /
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Review: System Shock Is a Brilliant Remake

GLaDOS is perhaps the most famous rogue AI in video games, but long before I played Portal I was facing off against an antagonist an AI that absolutely terrifies me […]

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