I have been incredibly excited for Greedfall. The latest action RPG from french developers Spiders. To say I am disappointed in the title is an understatement.
Whipseey and The Lost Atlas is the brand new pixel art platformer from Blowfish Studios. A bright colourful and nostalgia-heavy trip back to the 8 bit console days.
The main idea of They Are Billions is to explore, defend, build-out and defend again. Whilst defence is paramount to the whole game.
Attack on Titan 2 Final Battle (AoT2FB from here on, unless I need to pad the word count) from Omega Force and published by Koei Tecmo is the complete version of AoT 2 which was released last year
The Church in the Darkness, just like the cults it based upon starts out with a promising future only to fall short and leaves people out of pocket.
You play as Gabbuchi, a walking square with a mouth, and you’re tasked with eating blocks and cookies in order to satisfy your appetite.
Straight off the bat, I need to warn you that Redeemer: Enhanced Edition is gratifyingly gory, beautifully brutal, crazily chaotic and satisfyingly sickening! Bloody hell I love this game!
Usually, rhythm games punish those who have a bad sense of, well, rhythm, but Songbird Symphony does things differently.
Forty-two years and many, many different side scrollers later we arrive at “Sol Seraph”. Created by little known developer ACE team and published by SEGA
I don’t often get stuck for words, as you can find out in our Discord channel. But I have to admit that writing this review has honestly been one of the hardest I have ever written.