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Original Journey - First Look

Fri, 16 Feb 2018 09:41:26 +0000

A morally challenging story of potatoes [Posted 16 Feb 2018 by ]

(image) It's not often I get called upon to write about sentient root vegetables using exo suits to fight against their enemies, but here I am. Original Journey is an action adventure game that places the fate of the Ato race into hands of the player as they try to gain control of a source of power on a ... click to read full item

Legrand Legacy - Review

Thu, 25 Jan 2018 15:28:22 +0000

A proper old-school JRPG [Posted 25 Jan 2018 by ]

(image) There are those of us belonging to a certain age group that have overwhelmingly fond memories of JRPGs released in the 90's/early 2000's. This nostalgia allows us to ignore the pitfalls of early videogame design decisions that when used today can make games infuriating to play.

Legrand Legacy runs the risk of emulating old JRPGs too ... click to read full item

The Red Strings Club - Review

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 13:28:00 +0000

Do androids dream of electric cocktails? [Posted 23 Jan 2018 by ]

(image) Devolver Digital always manages to find and push forward small subversive games that may not be perfect, but they are (almost) always worth playing and paying attention to. Its latest publishing effort is no exception.

Deconstructeam's The Red Strings Club is a cyberpunk narrative experience that tackles some tough topics about the human condition and where ... click to read full item

Moonlighter - Preview

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 15:41:19 +0000

Dungeons and the retail grind [Posted 11 Jan 2018 by ]

(image) When playing Japanese Role Playing games, have you ever wondered how the shopkeepers in the towns that litter the worlds of such games get their stuff? Seriously, they have all of the things and they are selling them for a king's ransom and you just have to wonder, where did they get these things from?

I'm here ... click to read full item

Mike Dies - Preview

Mon, 8 Jan 2018 13:33:40 +0000

A LOT [Posted 8 Jan 2018 by ]

(image) Puzzle platformers are very common, I know, and when I went to the Seattle Indies expo that runs during PAX West I was expecting to see quite a few and wasn't surprised to encounter a plethora of them. What I was not expecting was the quality of them, and one of these games in particular took me by surprise. ... click to read full item

Keyboard Sports - Preview

Thu, 4 Jan 2018 10:57:38 +0000

Time for a new kind of keyboard warrior [Posted 4 Jan 2018 by ]

(image) One of my pet gripes is when you get your name on a high score table, which I admit is rare for me these days, and you have to use your controller to select the characters of your name when you have a full keyboard in front of you.

Granted this only applies to games on computers, ... click to read full item

Keen - Preview

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 11:31:27 +0000

A slide-'em-up [Posted 19 Dec 2017 by ]

(image) What does one do when confronted with the destruction of your home town thanks to the designs of an evil corporation that seeks to exploit it for reasons unknown? Well if your name is Kim and you're a dab hand at roller skating and hitting things with a meat cleaver then you strap on said skates and hit as ... click to read full item

Hot Lava - Preview

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 14:51:45 +0000

A childhood favourite gone digital [Posted 14 Dec 2017 by ]

(image) The Floor is Lava is a game that most people have played as children and I am no exception to that. Clambering over the living room furniture trying to get to the dining room table without touching the floor was fun, despite the wailing from my parents at my siblings and me, thanks to the chaos we were causing. ... click to read full item

Assassin's Creed Origins - Review

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 15:33:53 +0000

The soft reboot this series needed [Posted 13 Dec 2017 by ]

(image) Assassin's Creed as a franchise was beginning to wane. Unity was terrible, Syndicate was fun but felt like it was treading all too carefully on already well trodden ground. Wisely, Ubisoft allowed Assassin's Creed Origins an extra year to bake in the unforgiving Egyptian sun.

Set during the latter days of Ptolemaic Egypt, a ... click to read full item

Graveyard Keeper - Preview

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 10:02:21 +0000

Dead-on strategy [Posted 11 Dec 2017 by ]

(image) Ever wondered what it would be like to be a Graveyard Keeper in medieval times? Me neither. Despite our apathy towards experiencing such a profession in what can only be described in very dark times, Lazy Bear Studios has seen fit to make Graveyard Keeper.

This is a game that places the player in the ... click to read full item

Fort Triumph - Preview

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 15:18:47 +0000

Turn-based combat with an environmental twist [Posted 23 Nov 2017 by ]

(image) The resurgence of turn-based strategy games (thanks in no small part to the success of XCom) has taken a lot of people by surprise, with even Nintendo and Ubisoft joining forces to make Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle on the Switch. Fort Triumph builds on the success of these titles by creating a turn-based ... click to read full item

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus - Review

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 09:37:40 +0000

A triumphant exploration of an alternate history [Posted 13 Nov 2017 by ]

(image) I first came to Wolfenstein back in the early 90s on my Dad's 486 monochrome Toshiba laptop. Doom was already out by this point but the machine we had wasn't quite good enough to run it so I had to make do with Wolfenstein 3D instead.

'Make do' is probably not the right way ... click to read full item

EarthNight - Preview

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 13:03:22 +0000

A console/PC endless runner done right [Posted 2 Nov 2017 by ]

(image) The infinite runner has become extremely popular on mobile platforms for fairly obvious reasons. They require only one digit to play, which is perfect when you're being crushed by someone on a train on your daily commute to work.

On PCs and consoles they haven't fared as well thanks to those platforms not being restricted in their ... click to read full item

Hob - Review

Mon, 30 Oct 2017 10:12:00 +0000

A mechanical wonderland [Posted 30 Oct 2017 by ]

(image) I am hopelessly lost in Hob's fascinating mechanical world and I couldn't be happier.

Hob from Runic Games, the makers of the Torchlight games, sees you playing as a small cloaked wanderer who, within minutes of playing, loses an arm to a hostile, purple plant monster, only to have it replaced with a giant ... click to read full item

Crest - First Look

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 12:55:15 +0100

More a religion sim than a god sim [Posted 12 Oct 2017 by ]

(image) The concept of the 'god sim' has been around in video games for some time and anyone perusing the archives of SPOnG would attest to the fact that they are indeed a very popular and old format. But what if the player was given powers of a god that could only enact edicts and hope those who worshipped it ... click to read full item