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Sproggiwood Review

by Meg Stivison

Sproggiwood is a casual roguelike, where your character, the Cloghead, has to complete missions for his adorably moody boss, Sproggi.


Hitman: Sniper Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

Part of what makes the Hitman series great is its approach to level design. Often, you have a single main


GunCat Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

The internet has entire data servers devoted to birds, and entire server farms devoted to cats. Why not add an


Final Fable Review

by Tyler Horst

Remember movies like Transmorphers? Back in the days before online streaming, when people actually rented or bought DVD’s, there was


Rush of Heroes Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

What is an RPG without the ability to change your character in any way from the template? What is a


My Unturned Day Review

by Jack Goodwillie

The zombie invasion is now at your fingertips. We sure have come a long way from 2012, haven’t we? My Unturned


Heroes Saga-EN-Global Review

by Al Jackson

With a name that at once conjures up images of the universal heroes of myth and office temps categorizing last year’s


Epic Eric Review

by Michael Jaoui

You know those awful sections in platformer games where you have to swing from pole to pole or vine to


Never Go Home Review

by Tyler Horst

Dying is considered by most to be an undesirable experience, both in life and in video games. Never Go Home,


Chaos Rings III Review

by Al Jackson

It’s been quite some time since we’ve seen Square Enix’s mobile division show some real ambition. Where once they delivered


Sorcery! 3 Review

by Michael Jaoui

Sorcery! 3 continues the trend in mobile gaming of combining videogames and choose-your-own-adventure novels, and while it takes few risks,


The Last Warlock Review

by Isaac Davis

Turn-based strategy has entered a bit of a renaissance lately. After being almost totally sidelined by action games and real-time


Dragon Blaze Review

by Alex Madell

Part of the joys of loading up a new RPG is settling in a big, comfy chair, stretching out your


The Witcher 2 Review

by Matthew Byrd

If we are to agree that no game is perfect in the traditional sense (i.e. without flaw), then the question



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