I don’t wanna spoil the review but quite frankly it is sublime. It is one of a kind, mental, humorous, quirky and at times down right “what the hell is going on!”
. No mainstream game could even attempt the concept that Coffee Talk does. Unfortunately whilst it has a wonderful premise it falls short on its delivery.
If you are a child of the 90’s you are gonna love this game. If you love trading card games then Cardpocalypse is the perfect game for you!
Hopefully the initial hyperbolic and angry social media posts has died down from the UK General Election now and we can talk about something more wholesome and less divisive…Fake News.
In Yaga you take on the role of Ivan. An extremely unlucky blacksmith who loses is arm in a confrontation with a witch whilst out in the woods one day.
Making your way in the world today taking everything you’ve got? You want to go where everybody knows your (user)name. Well, it’s not every day I get to paraphrase the opening theme to Cheers, so we are already dealing with something special. Pull up a stool, grab a beverage and let’s get comfortable for the most unique game I’ve played this year (so far).
Beacon is a top-down sci-fi shooter, that allows you to collect and implement enemy DNA into your latest clone, curious stuff.
Over The Top Games bring us another Platformer/puzzle game with ties to ancient Greek lore; they brought us Nyx Quest and now deliver their exciting new 8-bit adventure Million to One Hero.
1,256 ViewsReview by Bobby ‘biscuit hipster’ Davies Are you calm and collected under pressure? Are you a Zen Master with […]
So way back in 1989, Pang was first released as an arcade game by a Japanese studio named Mitchell Corporation. When originally released pang had a couple of different names depending on the region