Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Review
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order feels like a game a very long time coming. The first entry in this series came out back in 2006, and the sequel came out in 2009 (back when the Marvel Cinematic Universe was only a year old).
Cadence of Hyrule Review
Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the Necrodancer Featuring the Legend of Zelda sounds like a crazy experiment. It’s one-part Zelda and one-part rhythm game.
Hypnospace Outlaw Review
Hypnospace Outlaw is the work of designer Jay Tholen and developer Tendershoot. Released in March 2019 for PC and Mac, it won several indie game awards.
Art Sqool Review
Describing Art Sqool is not exactly an easy task. The title is a mixture of an art game and an adventure game but that doesn’t quite do it justice. The premise is basic enough.
A Plague Tale: Innocence Review
Few modern games use proper historical settings. Even when they do it is usually a heavily modified version of real-life events. A Plague Tale: Innocence is different in that respect.
Katana ZERO Review
Perhaps the most popular genres for indie games are action and platformer. After all, they are well suited to smaller teams and pixel art visuals styles that most others.
A Short Hike Review
At its heart, A Short Hike is a simple game. You take on the role of Claire, a bird who is visiting Hawk Peak Provincial Park with her aunt.
Released in June 2019 for PlayStation 4, Judgment tells the story of a hard-working lawyer turned private investigator. He becomes embroiled in a Yakuza conspiracy that quickly places him in dangerous and desperate situations.
Gato Roboto Review
Many people have experienced a cat running across their keyboard while using a laptop or computer. Gato Roboto attempts to answer the question of what would happen if that situation occurred in space.
When it comes to MMORPGs, TERA makes the competition look TERA-ble. Originally released for PC in 2012, TERA excels in innovation and makes the entire genre feel like new.