Soldner X-2: Final Prototype review – Brings Back Memor...

Soldner X-2: Final Prototype review – Brings Back Memories

Soldner X-2 is a side-scrolling shoot ‘em up from SideQuest Studios for the PS3 and PS Vita. Players take the role of a pilot fighting against the D’aarg Empire who are threatening to conquer humanity with nothing standing in their way except for you and your prototype fighter jet. It’s a relatively short game, you […]

Spy Chameleon review – Color Changing Liz...

Spy Chameleon review – Color Changing Lizard

Spy Chameleon is a very sneaky game. Premise aside, it’s sneaky in that way where you can quick lose an hour playing. The goal of trying to reach each level’s exit, using your chameleon powers to change colors at will, is simple and satisfying in seemingly small bursts – seemingly because of how easy it […]

Nom Nom Galaxy review – Yes, soup for everyo...

Nom Nom Galaxy review – Yes, soup for everyone!

There’s nothing like an honest, hard day’s work. We often think about how nice it would be to have automation to make things easier for us. We see it all around us, and it increases every day as technology advances with each breakthrough. We hear about factory jobs being eliminated in the news, with human […]

Teslagrad review – An Attractive Offer...

Teslagrad review – An Attractive Offering

The rise of indie gaming that the industry has seen in recent years has led to an increase in sidescrolling puzzle-platformers filling the market. With so many new games of this type coming out every year, a title needs something special to make it stand out from the rest. Many games miss this mark, but […]

Color Guardians review – A Grey Advent...

Color Guardians review – A Grey Adventure

Combining mechanics in games can lead to some truly entertaining outcomes, but it can also become quite frustrating. If too many things are going on, the player can quickly lose focus and be unable to succeed. When playing a game requires focusing on three or more things at a time and messing up on one […]

Toren review – A Girl Climbs a To...

Toren review – A Girl Climbs a Tower

Since the beginning, there has been the Tower. At the top of the Tower, a Dragon. Climbing the Tower, a Woman. That’s the basic premise of Toren, and as much as I can share without spoiling the story. You take on the role of the Woman, whose destiny it is to ascend the Tower and […]