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Warriors of Glory Review

by Joel Schanke

I never thought I would be writing a negative review, but it would appear that that day has come. Warriors


Vector Review

by Javan Richards

Vector is an arcade style free running game with a simple story, loads of diverse level designs, intuitive gameplay mechanics


Nonstop Knight Review

by Kevin Tejada

The past few years have given rise to incremental games, and it’s easy to see why this genre has gained


Pokemon Go Review

by Brian Penny

For years, all the gaming world wanted was to play Nintendo games on a computer or mobile device. Thanks to


Risky Road Review

by Kevin Tejada

Maybe it’s because I’m getting older, but all these open-world games like The Division and Assassin’s Creed are getting more


Agent Gumball Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

I’ve admittedly never seen The Amazing World of Gumball, so hopefully that won’t tarnish this review, or blind me to


Hungry Shark World Review

by Kevin Tejada

Those familiar with the PC gaming scene should be aware of the dozens of Blank Simulator games that have been


The Abandoned Review

by Javan Richards

The Abandoned is an intense survival horror game that plunges you into its vast wasteland environment full of zombies and


MechCom 2 Review

by Kevin Tejada

There are few things more satisfying than completely overwhelming your enemy and reducing them to ash. Seeing their smoking smithereens


NO THING Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

You don’t see a lot of momentum-based games nowadays. You do, however, see a lot of pretentious ’80s throwbacks: see


Smashy City Review

by Joel Schanke

Sometimes simplicity is bliss. Smashy City, developed by Ace Viral, is a prime example of how a straightforward idea—like one


To The Castle Review

by Kevin Tejada

If you’ve never played The Impossible Game, it’s essentially a tough-as-nails platformer where you control a cube that is only


Rayman Classic Review

by Kevin Tejada

I don’t think that Rayman is one of the more popular mascot-esque characters in video games, so it wouldn’t surprise


Oz+ Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

There’s a part of me that un-ironically likes dating sims, and that may be the most embarrassing thing I can


Timenauts Review

by Dan Soliman

Quick question: When’s the last time a Tower Defense game pit you against a robotic freezer, a giant teddy bear



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