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

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

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

Weird West (PC) Review

By Philip Orona Jim West, Desperado, rough rider, no you don’t want nada. No Mr. Smith we do not. The west is more than just wild, it is also weird. It is full of cryptids, pigmen, witches, shadows and anything else you could probably imagine. If this sounds like the description of the Skinwalker Ranch … Continue reading Weird West (PC) Review

Shadow Warrior 3 (PC) Review

A Racoon Bitch Slap to the Face By Eric Getty Gettinger      Your favorite katana wielding anti-hero, Lo Wang, makes his foul mouthed return in Shadow Warriors 3 in a glorious, and gorey, fashion. If you are an adrenaline junkie who loves fast and frantic combat with a bonkers story then Shadow Warriors 3, SW3, is … Continue reading Shadow Warrior 3 (PC) Review

Sifu (PS5) Review

By Alex Orona Sifu is as easy as learning Kung Fu Sifu (the new game from Sloclap, developers of Absolver) put me in a weird headspace. At first glance it is a brawler style martial arts game that pits an aging kung fu student against a cavalcade of stylistic villains and henchmen. Though after delving … Continue reading Sifu (PS5) Review

Cloudpunk + City of Ghosts DLC (PC) Review

Conversations About the Nature of Storytelling By Alex Orona Cloudpunk and it’s accompanying City of Ghosts DLC are stories around a futuristic city in the sky, but not an idealistic one. The most accurate comparison is the world of The Fifth Element - lots of smog, rampant street drugs, and classism based on the cloud … Continue reading Cloudpunk + City of Ghosts DLC (PC) Review