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Prinny Presents NIS Classics Volume 2 – review

Prinny Presents are collections of classic NIS games re-released on Switch. Like the first part, this, second volume, contains two console products in one convenient package. Those are Makai Kingdom: ...

7.3 Good

Blue Pill or Red – The Caligula Effect 2 Review

The first Caligula Effect came out on PS Vita - with a later, improved Overdose Edition for Switch, PS4 and PC. Unlike its predecessor, The Caligula Effect 2 isn't a PS Vita re-release. It's an entire...

8 Great

Aquamarine – Review

Who doesn't like a nice, relaxing indie game? Actually, let me double down on that, who doesn't love a nice relaxing game with a charming hand-drawn aesthetic? I, for one, would definitely need more o...

5 Average

Yaengard – Review

Yaengard, by Planeshift Interactive, is a tactical turn-based RPG, where you lead three future heroes in their attempt to overthrow a tyrannical empire. It features run-based gameplay, with a characte...

7.5 Good
Slice and Dice

The giant dice of doom – Slice and Dice review

There's a certain mysticism to the rolling dice. It's a strange, almost ritual feeling, as you shuffle them in your hand. Then, as the bones hit the hard wooden surface - the sound is like nothing els...

9 Amazing
Research and Destroy


Gather round ghouls and zombettes - tonight I will recount the tale of how the human race went extinct and we, the supernatural beings, were finally allowed to live (well…) in peace. The story of how ...

7.5 Good

To glitch or not to glitch – tERRORbane review

Bugs - everyone's worst nightmare. Whether crawling on your ceiling, or around your game's logic - no one likes to find a bug. The more there are, the worst it is; that's a fact. But - what if a game ...

8.6 Great
Crystal Project

A great platforming adventure – Crystal Project review

Crystal Project is a jRPG with focus on both combat and platforming, where you explore the world to find crystals. The game is made by a solo developer Andrew Willman.

9.2 Amazing
King Arthur Knight's Tale

King Arthur: Knight’s Tale – Review

King Arthur: Knight's Tale, the deliciously grimdark continuation of Camelot's legend, has finally arrived. Although missing the original release date by a month, Neocore Games have put the extra time...

9 Amazing

Sacrifices to the Goddess of Chaos – The Sargosian Abyss review

The Sargosian Abyss is well-named. It seems to pull you into some dark depths, right from the introduction. It has stricken me with its incredible, almost tangible atmosphere. I've always preferred AS...

10 Perfect
Trials of Fire

Trials of Fire – Review

Trials of Fire is a tactical deckbuilding roguelite, developed and published by Whatboy Games. Choose the three heroes and go on a quest across a post-cataclysmic wasteland.

8.5 Great
Triangle Strategy

Triangle Strategy – Review

Triangle Strategy, produced by Tomoya Asano (Octopath Traveler and Bravely Default) and published by Square Enix/Nintendo, is a traditional strategy role-playing game (SRPG) with a unique setting. Pol...

9 Amazing
Trails of Cold Steel 4

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV Review

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV is the fourth part of the Trails of Cold Steel and the fourteenth of The Legend of Heroes. The Cold Steel games themselves are part of the Trails subgenre...

8.8 Great

Spelldrifter – Review

Spelldrifter is the first self-published title from Free-Range Games. After creating a VR meditation app, the folks at Free Range decided to go in the opposite direction and give the world a head-ban...

8 Great
The Wratch's Den

The Shining Subterranean Kingdom – The Wratch’s Den Review

Deep underground, the last embers of a once-great empire still smolder with wrath. Orcs dig into the ancient walls of the caves, ensuring a steady supply of subterranean gold. Wolves patrol the carved...

9 Amazing
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