Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number review

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is the second and final game in the Hotline Miami series, bringing us a definitive ending the the ultra violent retro-styled rogue-like. And it was good. Hotline Miami 2 takes e...

Excave Review

If there was a genre of 3DS games that needed to be added to, it’s the dungeon crawler genre. Excave, the first of a trilogy to be brought to America, looks to fill that that void and takes its best shot at doi...

Reload review

Reload is what you would get if a bowling alley arcade shooter crawled its way into your computer. Steam has recently encountered the issue of games slipping through Early Access and Greenlight while being poor...

Dying Light – The Blast Review

In theory alone, Techland’s Dying Light looks a lot like someone trying to cram as many industry buzzwords onto the back of a box as possible. Zombies? They’re here in droves. Parkour style rooftop running? It’...

Review — Oddworld: New n’ Tasty

I’ll always have a soft spot in my heart for the original Oddworld: Abe’s Odyssey. You see, there was a time during high school where I stopped playing video games altogether. That is until I got an original Xb...

Review – Oddworld: New n’ Tasty

More than just a re-release, Oddworld: New ’n Tasty is a complete reimagining of the original Abe’s Odyssey and the result is the absolute best version of the game to date. Long time fans of the series will appreciate the love given to the aging formula while those new to Oddworld get the game we imagined we would so long ago. Some of the controls have been changed, and not for the better but don’t let that stop you — those new to the series and those who have experienced the game before should check out this love letter to the Oddworld series.


Bullet hell is such a special place. Flying into this Indie golden age, Dutch developer Vlambeer's newest title, LUFTRAUSERS, brings us back to the time when aerial dominance dominated the gaming landscape. ...