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SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated review: It’s not ready

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated review
SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated is a platformer suited for children, with a bit of humor for adults. The gameplay is simplistic and often boring, the multiplayer is half-baked, but the game catches that Bikini Bottom vibe. In a pineapple, under the sea, lives SpongeBob SquarePants, a...

In Sound Mind preview: Oh, the psychological horror

In Sound Mind preview
As a horror fan, I was glad to discover a new psychological horror title during the PlayStation 5 event, in between the announcements on Horizon 2 and a new Spider-Man game. That horror title is In Sound Mind, by the developer with the most original name ever - We Create Stuff. I grew up...

Shadow Arena turns Black Desert Online into a free-to-play Battle Royale

Shadow Arena preview
Black Desert Online, the South Korean massively multiplayer online RPG, used to have a PvP minigame where players could fight in a closed arena. That very minigame is now becoming its own separate game called Shadow Arena. The new Battle Royale is available to play for free on Steam, in Early Access.

Everspace 2 preview: Fast-paced action mixed with RPG and space sim

Everspace 2 preview
Everspace 2, the sequel to the space shooter Everspace, was announced in October of last year. The game launched as a Kickstarter project and reached its goal of $500,000 within three days. As promised to backers, developer Rockfish delivered a short preview that explores the early stages of the game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-LNiZxsY7s&t=

Dreamscaper preview: Proof your nightmares can be lots of fun

Dreamscaper
Dreamscaper throws you again and again into a nightmare you need to fight through to wake up. It tells the story of a faceless creepy girl named Cassidy, who falls into a nightmare every time she goes to sleep. But unlike regular nightmares, here she gets weapons and magic to fight back.

The Falconeer lets you own the sky in a fantasy dogfighting simulator

We have a new trailer for The Falconeer, a game that caught my eye and captured my imagination for all the right reasons. I'm a passionate fan of space and flight simulators. Soaring through the skies has always been my way of exploring the virtual universe. But my enthusiasm for piloting an aerial vehicle hadn't...

Deathtrap Dungeon Early Access preview: An interactive book is still a book

Deathtrap Dungeon Early Access preview
The Fighting Fantasy book series captured my imagination as a kid - Deathtrap Dungeon, especially. It was my doorway into tabletop RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons which I still play to this day. As a kid, I played through every possible path in this choose your own adventure book, which is why I was...

Project Genesis marks the first steps into the video game Metaverse

Project Genesis
"I was born too late to explore the planet and too early to explore the universe." This anonymous quote is why I prefer exploration, fantasy, and space games over any other genre. The digital worlds of video games are my new frontier. I grew up watching...

Thanks to modern Flight Simulators, the skies are no longer the limit

Flight Simulators
In the year 1929, Edwin Link built an Airplane module made of organ parts and electric pumps. He thus created the first flight simulator that trained over half a million pilots in World War II. The flight simulation industry had gone a long way since Edwin Lin's simulator, and nowadays, it's widely used in...

Hexagroove: Tactical DJ review: Playing to the crowd

Hexagroove review
Hexagroove: Tactical DJ is a shot of concentrated joy for fans of dance music, but the lack of content or a proper tutorial prevents it from becoming a truly useful tool for would-be DJs. The Nintendo Switch exclusive Hexagroove: Tactical DJ combines rhythm and strategy to gamify the art of beatmatching. It essentially tries...

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