Game Reviews


Home Review – Its where the heart was

November 16, 2014 by Tabitha Dickerson

Having been on a bit of an indie kick lately what with playing Gone home, State of Decay and LocoRoco on PSP, I decided that this time I would review…

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Onion Knight Review – Is It Even Finished?

November 16, 2014 by Lucy Walcott

Just to let this known right here and now, no, I did not finish this game. Onion Knight wanted to overheat my brand new Kindle 6, so I could only play…

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Final Fantasy XIII: Steam Port Review

November 14, 2014 by Matt M

   Final Fantasy XIII has had an extremely conflicted reception between the praise of critics and the mixed opinions of fans, but the recent Steam release isn’t doing any favors…

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Kingdoms of Amalur Review – Satisfy that WoW itch

November 14, 2014 by Steven Stites

To anyone who’s a recovering WoW-holic would know that sensation. That feeling that keeps you staring at the computer screen and wondering if this is a good idea. Years were…


Hyphen Review: Don’t Touch the Sides!

November 13, 2014 by Tanis Pallagi

FarSpace Studios’ Hyphen is what you get when you cross Irritating Stick with a game like VVVVVV and add neon-coloured visuals to the mix.

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Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 Review – Ready for Freddy

November 12, 2014 by Perry Ruhland

Only three months ago, Five Nights at Freddy’s released for Desura and Steam. Now, three months later, the sequel has been released. One would expect this sequel to be nothing…

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Deadstone Review – Just Your Average Exploding Zombie Dogs

November 12, 2014 by Shaun Joy

Deadstone isn’t a head turner, nor will it be fondly remembered several years down the road. The game has its strengths, with most of them lying in the gameplay category.…

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Team Indie Review – The House of Pain

November 11, 2014 by Todd Wohling

Infinite lives are a Catch 22 of design for platform games.  If the designer gives the player infinite lives, then the designer has the freedom to be creative in level…

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App of the Week: Leo’s Fortune

November 10, 2014 by Bryan Heraghty

Leo’s Fortune is a grand adventure on Android and iOS. In a market that normally hesitates at spending over .99 cents (at least upfront) for games, Leo’s Fortune asks you…


Door Kickers Review – The Cops Are Here!

November 10, 2014 by Wyatt Hnatiw

Door Kickers is an interesting game. Sold by developer KillHouse Games as Real Time Strategy, you could be forgiven for thinking you would be controlling legions of police officers with…