Geek to Geek Reviews
We try to dive into all aspects of the games in an easy-to-digest format, while providing well-rounded and detailed discussion. Not all reviews can be broken down rigidly, but regardless of format, the grading scale and criteria remain the same.
For week 2 of Shmuptember, Capsulejay reviews the iconic shmup, Cotton Reboot, and gives his impressions of the hyper-violent Trigger Witch.
Fort Triumph is a totally solid game with some really cool ideas, but something isn’t quite clicking.
Hoa is a beautiful work of art with a philosophical story to it. Just beware of the drastic shift it takes.
Mayhem Brawler is a solid, straightforward brawler that at least tries to talk about the ethics of policing.
SkateBIRD is a silly, charming indie game with adorable birds, silly writing, and great music that happens to be structured like a skateboarding game.
Curious Expedition 2 (Switch) Review: storytelling, exploration, combat, and one chef’s personal journey to overcome his prejudices
Curious Expedition 2 mixes the narrative drive of a visual novel with the emergent storytelling of a procedural rogue-like and diced-based mechanics to create an experience that is absolutely captivating.
Elinzia is absolutely hooked on Kitaria Fables. Read about her first impressions of this adorable farming ARPG!
Ultra Age is a throwback to the hack-and-slash third-person character-action games of the 360 era, for better and worse.
Ravva and the Cyclops Curse looks, sounds, and feels like an NES cult classic you never heard of.
Lawn Mowing Simulator is relaxing. Listen to some music, have some chamomile tea, and chill. It might even be good for your mental health
Nina Aquila does an impressive job of capturing the feel of the courtroom drama classics, like Ace Attorney, using the RPG Maker engine.
Wildbus is a weird, janky, wonderful game that revels in the joy of being a video game.