7 Days to Die

Developer: The Fun PimpsPublisher: The Fun PimpsPlatforms: Linux, Windows, Mac, PS4, Xbox OneRelease: December 13th, 2013 Yes, this is a review of a game that is 7 years old. Why you may ask? Because it’s one of my favorite games. 7 Days to Die is an open-world game that is a unique combination of firstContinue reading “7 Days to Die”

Spiritfarer Review

Developer: Thunder Lotus GamesPublisher: Thunder Lotus GamesPlatforms: Windows, macOS, Linux, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, StadiaRelease: August 18th, 2020 I am not even sure where I should begin with this game. I had seen a impressions video of it on YouTube, I am a huge fan of indie games and try to keep anContinue reading “Spiritfarer Review”

A Trip Through the SNES Classic: F-Zero

It’s shameful, I know, but up until I got the SNES Classic, I’d never played a game in the F-Zero series.  I didn’t even know what type of game that it was, though the title sounded familiar. For those in the same boat, F-Zero is a racing game set in the future.  It’s the seriesContinue reading “A Trip Through the SNES Classic: F-Zero”

Review: Breach

Publisher/Developer: QC Games Platform: PC Release Date: January 2019 I was extremely excited to be invited into the Technical Alpha testing for Breach, a game that is expected to be released in early access just next month. Breach is a third person co-op action RPG that has strong hints of Over-salt… I mean, Overwatch. What’s it about? Breach takes placeContinue reading “Review: Breach”

Indie Spotlight: Forgotten Anne

Tell us about your game: Valdemar Schultz Andreasen (Lead Game Designer): Forgotton Anne is an untraditional 2D platforming adventure, with a heavy focus on the narrative and an interest in telling a very human story. We’ve done what we can to make it feel as if you’re playing inside an anime-movie, with a cinematography thatContinue reading “Indie Spotlight: Forgotten Anne”

Review: Never Alone

In 2014, Upper One Games and E-Line Media released Never Alone, a platformer based on the Iñupiat tale, “Kunuuksaayuka.” It is now playable on the PlayStation 3 & 4, Xbox One, Wii U, and PC, as well as iOS and Android devices. I downloaded the game on the PlayStation 4, so that is the versionContinue reading “Review: Never Alone”