Orwell: “Do You Believe in Coincidence?”

By Zatheera, 28 July 2017 Orwell is yet another game that had originally caught my eye due to one of Mike Laidlaw’s Indie Saturdays streams (VA11-HALL-A being the first I reviewed after seeing it on his stream was ). I had put it on my wishlist and purchased it at 50% off during the Steam…

Spawned and De-Spawned: The NPC At Tekko

Over the years, Tekko has become my “home” convention, even though I haven’t lived in Pittsburgh. It was the first convention I attended as The NPC, the first convention I staffed, and it’s the one event that I look forward to every year. Tekko took place from April 6-9, and it was the 15th anniversary…

iO: Finding the Right Fit

By Zatheera, 17 February 2017 The abstract physics platformer iO is developed by Gamious’s ‘Team Extra’. It involves using your physics knowledge and basic logic skills to solve puzzles in interesting ways. Your aim is to manipulate the size of a matter defying ball to make your way through various puzzles and reach the green…

Anik Reviews… Wasted

Not sure what’s going on here, but Anik is reviewing WASTED, so that might have something to do with my delirium. Pretty sure WASTED is the lovechild of “Idiocracy” and Fallout. Disclosure: This review was written using a press copy of the game.

Top Line/Bottom Line: Poly Bridge

By Michael Stoll 15 September 2016 Top Line: Poly Bridge is a fun, challenging puzzle game tasked with the unfortunate task of following up the nearly identical Bridge Constructor. 3/5. Have you ever booted up a new game and felt like you’ve played it before? Chances are you have. Sometimes it’s because you actually have…

Anik Reviews … Dungeon of the Endless

Isn’t life an Endless Dungeon? One from which we can never escape? Something gnaws at the back of my mind as I go from room to room, place to place, person to person. Am I really here or just trapped in the machinations of a higher power obsessed with mazes? Oh… here’s a review of…

Freemium Rush: Killing Time With “Free” Games

It’s really hard to properly game when you’re trying to move. Boxed up gaming systems don’t make the process easier, and the lack of free time to really dive into a game makes the hobby a tough thing to take part of. As a way to help pass the time recently as I’ve been packing…

Steredenn: In Space, is Anyone Retro?

By Pollockholmes 19 July 2016 At a first glance, Steredenn looked like a combination of Asteroid and Techno Kitten Adventure, but boy was I sure wrong! With it’s 8-bit style and side scrolling gameplay, it would be easy to look at this game, go “Eh, it’s just another ‘retro’ game.”, and continue on clicking through the millions of games…

The Division: Between Choice and Reality

By Zatheera, 24 May 2016 Before we start, let me clarify that this is not a review of The Division. I did sincerely enjoy the game and would recommend it to anyone that leans towards that genre. I played through the entire original storyline, and ample side missions. I’ve even braved the Dark Zone, completed challenges…