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.
Submerged: Hidden Depths is quite possibly my game of the year for 2022. Yup, I said it. This puzzle game meets walking simulator is gorgeous and has a story that not only draws you in but stays with you.
Aztech: Forgotten Gods is a third-person, boss-centric action game with a surprising amount of story.
Elden Ring, the spiritual successor to the Dark Souls series has been out for one week and captured the hearts of gamers around the world.
Webbed is a tiny little game about a tiny little spider bonding with their tiny little community to rescue their boyfriend.
Little Orpheus is a side-scrolling walking simulator where you experience the secrets hidden at the center of the Earth.
MONARK looks to stand out from the crowd of turn-based Role-Playing Games by doubling down on its psychological story themes.
Ocean’s Heart is an adventure game that draws inspiration from across the Zelda franchise. It’s got great combat and a unique charm.
Cruis’n Blast is one of the most shallow racing games I’ve played on a modern console, but it’s also an absolutely ridiculously good time.
Labyrinth Legend doesn’t have a great story or satisfying combat, but the numbers do go up over and over and over again.
Rise of the Third Power has sucked me in with a great story and one of the best turn-based battle systems I’ve ever seen.
Hercule Poirot: The First Cases captured my attention simply for nostalgia’s sake at first but quickly drew me into the game. While it will not make my game of the year list, it certainly was an enjoyable way to spend 9 hours.
Retro Bowl is a mobile darling and retro throwback that’s making a triumphant debut on the Nintendo Switch eShop at a great price!