Gal Guardians is a solid homage to a certain Castlevania game, but probably not the one most players are expecting based on the previews.
The Entropy Centre is a time-bending Portal-like
More than a mere Portal clone, The Entropy Centre is a well-crafted puzzler worth a look for anyone that enjoys breaking the laws of physics.
Case of the Golden Idol – Review
The Case of the Golden Idol is a well-crafted adventure game with retro appeal. It’s bound to enrapture those with the patience to delve into its mysteries!
Geek to Geek Media’s Game of the Year Awards 2022
We played a lot of games in 2022, but only a few could claim top spots in Geek to Geek Media’s Game of the Year Awards. Check out our favorites!
DreamHack ATL – Indie Game Playground
At DreamHack ATL 2022, I had the opportunity to try out a wide variety of new indie games. Here’s a roundup of what I was playing in the Indie Playground.
This Way Madness Lies – New Magical Girl RPG Impressions
Taking inspiration from an unlikely pair of sources, Shakespeare and Sailor Moon, This Way Madness Lies is a quirky, charming, turn-based RPG!
Shmuptember Journal 2022: R-Type Final 2 – Review
As beautiful and content-rich as it is difficult, R-Type Final 2 offers a feast for hardcore shmup players craving a challenge.
Shmuptember Journal 2022: After Wave Downfall – Review
Simple, yet delightfully strange, After Wave Downfall was an unexpected highlight of Shmuptember 2022. This aquatic 3D rail shooter is worth a look!
Yurukill: The Calumniation Games – Impressions
Yurukill features a bizarre genre mashup that is uneven, yet compelling. After finishing the first chapter, I’m keen to come back for more.
Shmuptember Journal 2022: ZeroRanger & Yurukill
In week 3 of Shmuptember, I played two shmups that were all over the map with respect to scope: the highly focused ZeroRanger and the genre melange of Yurukill.