Everything New is Old Again: A Game of the Year 2022 Essay by Chris Wilson of Backstage Gaming

2022 was the first year in a long time where I’ve played an appreciable number of new games, as they were coming out; I’ve recently put together a more current PC, my ticket came up for the Steam Deck, and all things considered, I was able to put aside some more dedicated “Let’s Finish These … Continue reading Everything New is Old Again: A Game of the Year 2022 Essay by Chris Wilson of Backstage Gaming

Brok from Damage Boost Presents: The Games That Shaped My 2022

Brok is host of the Damage Boost Podcast, part of the ATH Network, and can be found on Twitter, Patreon, and Twitch. When my friends over at Super GG Radio asked me to write again for my games of the year, I realized my gaming experience this year was much more like going to a thrift store. I picked … Continue reading Brok from Damage Boost Presents: The Games That Shaped My 2022

Tokoyo: The Tower of Perpetuity (Nintendo Switch) Review

A New Albeit Limited Take on Roguelikes By Alex Orona Tokoyo is a new anime roguelike game from publisher Playsim, that brings some cutesy chibi art to a simplified take on the genre. There’s unique variations to randomized dungeon generation as well as combat, but in the end takes more away than adds to what … Continue reading Tokoyo: The Tower of Perpetuity (Nintendo Switch) Review

Curse Crackers: For Whom The Belle Toils (PC) Review

Double Trouble Review By Eric Getty Gettinger and Joel DeWitte Getty: Welcome to the action packed and completely stacked universe of Curse Crackers: For Whom the Belle Toils. The cast of characters is kicked off with Belle and her companion/ best friend Chime as they embark on a journey to save Belle's boyfriend. Curse Crackers … Continue reading Curse Crackers: For Whom The Belle Toils (PC) Review

Trifox (PC) Review

Try This Fox By Philip Orona Once upon a time, in a land far far away called the 90’s, there was a conflict called the Platform wars. It was composed of then entertainment tech giants such as Nintendo, Sony, Sega, and even NEC.  Each of these industry players represented themselves with some sort of platforming … Continue reading Trifox (PC) Review

Orbit.Industries (PC) Review

In space, you can’t escape your crippling debt By Alex Orona Let’s make something clear, I have uninstalled and reinstalled Orbit.Industries three times on three separate occasions. This is a management sim that puts you in the position of building out a massive space station satellite tasked with performing research and experiments. There are so … Continue reading Orbit.Industries (PC) Review

Spiderheck (Switch) Review

🎵SpiderHeck, does whatever a Spider-Heck does🎵 Look out! Here comes the SpiderHeck from the developers at Neverjam. You would be forgiven for thinking that this was a Landfall games release but multiplayer beat em ups aren’t exactly a scarce commodity in the realm of Steam. However, this separates itself by giving you, and I quote; … Continue reading Spiderheck (Switch) Review

Idol Manager (Switch) Review

By Allyson Cygan of Gaming Fyx The world of idol music can be addicting - full of catchy music, intense performances, and performers who seem to be born for the role of idol. However, behind all of that is a lot of work, a lot of planning, and a lot of money. It’s that behind … Continue reading Idol Manager (Switch) Review

The Quarry (XBOX) Review

By Kelly DeWitte The Quarry is the latest horror game from The Dark Pictures Anthology which brings 7 summer camp counselors together as they fight off werewolves during their last night at camp. This incredibly fast-paced game is the perfect rush of intensity as you make decisions that will ultimately determine the outcome of the … Continue reading The Quarry (XBOX) Review