Not long ago we had an opportunity to talk to Bedi about Luna and Drac played the game when it released but somehow his review hid in the shadows till just recently. (Interview link below.) A review key was kindly…
Moe: The Boundary of Reality Preview
Moe: The Boundary of Reality – Preview Moe is a 3D action/adventure platformer with a cute neon-punk art style. The game has some RPG elements to it in the form of various abilities and weapons you can acquire as…
Riverbond is an action adventure game with couch co-op for up to 4 players set in brightly colored voxel-based environments, from an isometric view. You’ll combat a variety of enemies and slash, smash, and shoot things into tiny little cubes.…
Grimshade is a party-based RPG with a turn-based combat system that takes place in a world at war. There are monsters and magic, in the form of a substance called Ether, and anthropomorphic creatures you’ll encounter, some that will fight alongside you throughout the story.
Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark, Huge Update Tomorrow, Sale Ending, and Leaving Early Access
An announcement detailing Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark leaving Early Access and the end of the sale.
Video Kid (Review)
Drac reviews Video Kid on the Nintendo Switch.
Overkill’s The Walking Dead: Beta Impressions
Draconus played the beta for Overkill’s The Walking Dead and give his thoughts on why you might want to hold off purchasing it for a bit.
Polygod – An Angry Look
Polygod or, what the heck is the point of playing anyway? “Polygod is a rogue-like, randomly generated, single & multiplayer FPS with a brutal difficulty curve!” And really that describes most of what you need to know about the…
Daemonical is one of the latest additions to the Asymmetrical PVP Arena. It’s a 5-vs-1 from a first-person perspective. All players spawn into an area as humans at the beginning of the match and by nightfall one of you…
Guacamelee! 2 Review
This second installment into the Mexiverse from Drinkbox games features some amazingly visually vivid levels, 4-player Co-op, new wrestling moves, sassy new bosses, twice the enemies, and apparently quite a bit more “fowl” creatures than the previous one. Unfortunately I…
Shadow Bug: Review
In ‘Shadow Bug’, you play as a heroic ninja attempting to save the forest you live in from an evil, monster-spewing factory by slicing and dicing those monsters to itty-bitty pieces. In some ways the premise reminded me a bit of ‘FernGully:The Last Rainforest’, and I immediately wished the silent glow-fly that acts as your pointer would have something funny to say (a la Batty) when you eventually get yourself killed and have to restart a level.