Pixelot (PC) Review

By Philip Orona Coming off from playing a few remastered, hi-res RPGs of late, a return to the roots can seem like a good idea from a rose tinted perspective.  I fondly recall playing a ton of Dragon Warrior 1 as a kid, and playing it on Nintendo switch made me remember how many parts … Continue reading Pixelot (PC) Review

Echo Generation (PC) Review

The voxel revolution is here and Echo Generation is coming your way with a fun, if not disorganized, adventure. With hints of Stranger things and some Paper Mario style elements Echo Generation is ready to grab and drag you into its hurricane. If you are persistent and have the right timing then this game is … Continue reading Echo Generation (PC) Review

Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights (PC) Review

By Eric, Getty, Gettinger There is a sense or feeling of nostalgia that comes back to you when returning to one of your favorite games. Video games can become dated and the controls or the loading times really drag you out of the fond memories while growing up. Direct sequels or remasters are something more … Continue reading Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights (PC) Review

Ashwalkers (PC) Review

Kicking Ash and Taking Names By Eric, Getty, Gettinger Some of the real issues that plague the world today are overpopulation, poor resource management, and the looming threat of war. Ashwalkers explore these avenues in a post-apocalyptic wasteland covered in mute gray tones. Through a mixture of point and click and text based adventure Ashwalker … Continue reading Ashwalkers (PC) Review

Golf Club Wasteland (PC) Review

Par four on the ruins of society By Alex Orona Golf Club Wasteland (GCW) is a new freshman outing for Demagog Studios. In it you are a lone golfer playing 35 holes of relaxed golf in the ruins of Earth after humanity has escaped to Mars. The holes are more on the miniature golf side … Continue reading Golf Club Wasteland (PC) Review

Review: Omno (PC)

By Philip OronaI’ve played quite a few walking puzzle games in my time such as Myst, Riven, Zork and Return to Zork that had a mysterious and lonely feel to them. It seems most mysterious puzzle games tend to have a gloomy color palette or ominous soundtrack that make you feel like a Jeearr is … Continue reading Review: Omno (PC)

Preview: The Last Spell

By Eric, Getty, Gettinger A warning to those who are interested in playing The Last Spell, if you want to have fun, this game will not take it easy on you. As a matter of fact when you boot up The Last Spell will flat out tell you that this will be difficult. This is … Continue reading Preview: The Last Spell