Jack Move (PC/Steam Deck) Review

Let’s Jack In One More Time By Alex Orona Jack Move is a new indie turned based RPG from So Romantic, a solo dev microstudio. In it you play as Noa, a hacker vigilante with a plucky attitude and nose for mischief, set in a Cyberpunk world. Jack Move puts together beautiful pixel art, catchy … Continue reading Jack Move (PC/Steam Deck) Review

Mini Motorways (Switch) Review

Motorway Mayhem or Merriment By Eric, Getty, Gettinger Mini Motorways has a very easy premise, bringing the cars of a specific color to the buildings of the matching color by placing road tiles. I have never been so relaxed and at the same time completely stressed out in playing a game in my life. Simple … Continue reading Mini Motorways (Switch) Review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection (XBOX) Review

Pizza party like it’s 1989 By Joel DeWitte Nostalgia is a fickle thing.  Revisit a movie, TV show, or video game, and it can be proven as time tested or something which was better left as a fond memory.  How much of our media history is seen through rose colored glasses, or better remembered as … Continue reading Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection (XBOX) Review

Cult of the Lamb (PC) Review

The Tithes Will Continue Until Morale Improves By Alex Orona Cult of the Lamb has been on my radar since the initial announcement by way of Devolver Digital. Generally Devolver has had a good track record for games that hit for me but this one initially wasn’t interesting. Boy was I wrong. I didn’t realize … Continue reading Cult of the Lamb (PC) Review

Tentacular (Oculus Quest 2 VR) Review

Tentacular is Tentastic By Joel DeWitte We at Super GG Radio are unabashed fans of Devolver Digital, a publisher that has an impressive track record of bringing us games from smaller developers ranging from the spectacular to the utterly bizarre.  As I gradually dip my toes into the virtual reality space, it’s apparent that the … Continue reading Tentacular (Oculus Quest 2 VR) Review

Salt and Sacrifice (PC) Review

Salt Your Wounds Inquisitor By Eric, Getty, Gettinger        The long awaited sequel to Salt and Sacrifice has arrived with some welcome twists on the original recipe. Those not familiar with the original need to know that this is a 2d souls game where defeating enemies will grant salt used to level your character up. Leveling … Continue reading Salt and Sacrifice (PC) Review

TMNT: Shredders Revenge (PC) Review

By Philip Orona Cowabunga! The turtles are back in an action packed beat’em up that eclipses the previous game “Portal Power '' by a country mile. Brought to us by the lovely people over at Guerilla 3 Collective with Nickelodeon in tow, Shredder’s Revenge is a love letter to anyone born in the 80’s who … Continue reading TMNT: Shredders Revenge (PC) Review

Diablo Immortal (iOS) Review

By Philip Orona I’ve always been a fan of the Diablo series since its inception. The point-and-click combat felt fresh, the atmosphere was appropriately broody and with well-voiceacted dialogue, Blizzard gave us a new standard-bearer of the dungeon crawler some 25 years ago.  Fast forward to 2018 at Blizzcon, Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal for mobile … Continue reading Diablo Immortal (iOS) Review

Card Shark (Switch) Review

Go Fish By Joel DeWitte Card shark grabbed my eyes the moment trailers started popping up.  The concept of grifting the well-to-do by pulling off sleight of hand tricks in a game of cards is so novel (or at least, I haven’t seen it).  It’s the most visually arresting game I’ve played all year.  Each … Continue reading Card Shark (Switch) Review

Defend the Rook (Switch) Review

Push your patience while defending the rook By Joel DeWitte Defend the Rook is a turn-based strategy game where you play as a mage against elemental adversaries which challenge him in a battle against his heroes.  Those heroes (a knight, a sorceress, and a thief) are tasked each level to fight off five waves of … Continue reading Defend the Rook (Switch) Review