Manor Lords is my kind of vibe

Do you ever see an upcoming game and you get a great feeling that it’s going to be a belter? That’s exactly what I thought when I first laid eyes on Manor Lords. Having now spent almost 20 hours constructing…

Indika Review

When I tucked into the demo for Indika during the last Steam Next Fest I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. I think if I had 100 guesses I wouldn’t have landed on a lot of the things that appeared…

No Rest for the Wicked is more like the Ori games than you’d think

Ori and the Blind Forest is one of my favourite video games and the sequel was fantastic too. It’s rare for studios – especially indie studios, to completely change the types of games they make. I’ve been trying to think…

Wartales, Pirates of Belerion – Review

Shortly after declaring Wartales one of my favourite games of last year the DLC dropped. Pirates of Belrion introduces new quest lines, new gameplay mechanics, a whole new area to explore, and much more. If you’re fan of Wartales already…

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Remake Review

Adventure across dangerous lands and overcome your fears to save your father in the remake of the award-winning Brothers: Tale of Two Sons. Delve deep into the mines, climb to the top of snow-covered mountains, and bask in the sun-kissed…

Dragons Dogma 2 is a bit hit and miss

After helping a small coastal village with a lizard problem, I was making my way back to the Capital. The sun was starting to set I had no camp kit so we couldn’t rest with my battle-weary party. Then out…

Solium Infernum Review

Have you ever played a game that made you feel a bit dumb? Even after you’ve played through the tutorial, and played some of the main game. You still aren’t totally sure what you’re doing. Well, that’s how Solium Infernum…

Out of Action – The Cyberpunk FPS that goes hard

When I first found Out of Action I thought “There’s no way this won’t be excellent”. The slick and fluid combat coupled with an amazing style made it look fresh and exciting. Then I saw some gameplay after a few…

Night-Runners is like a Homage for Tokyo Xtreme Racer fans

Back when I was in college me and my friend were convinced we were going to make video games when we were older. Neither of us knew how to make games or was studying anything to do with making video…

Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View Review

Ever since I picked up my Steam Deck, I’ve developed a new appreciation for couch co-op and regularly enjoy gaming sessions with my partner where we solve crimes and puzzles of all shapes and sizes. After completing the fantastic Stasis:…

Hollowbody gives me that survival horror nostalgia that I crave

Some of my fondest memories of gaming are from back in my college days trying…

Synergy is a beautiful strategy game about sustainability

The strategy game Synergy is one that’s been on my wishlist for some time. Naturally,…

Indika is mad and I love it

Indika – a young nun wrestles with the responsibility of choosing to deliver a letter…

Enshrouded – Brilliantly Fun Survival

Over the years I’ve sunk thousands of hours into various survival games. Everything from playing…

Serum – Next Fest Preview

If you were left feeling saddened by the news of Stalker being pushed back to…

Under A Star Long Cold – A growing list of great experimental short games

Hey, remember when I said give me more short games like That Which Gave Chase?…

2024 The Year of The Extraction Shooter

We knew that this was coming, with games like Escape from Tarkov and Hunt Showdown…

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The Invincible Review

You are part of a scientific expedition to the planet Regis III. Embroiled in a…

Most Anticipated Indie Games 2024

As the lines blur ever more between what constitutes an indie game and what doesn’t.…

Escape from Tarkov Arena needs work

It’s been a long time coming, but Escape from Tarkov’s Arena mode is finally here.…

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