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Anthem review: An epic battle between Iron Men and network issues

Anthem
Anthem's gameplay, visuals, and audio make you feel like a superhero. Unfortunately, numerous bugs and severe network issues can quickly spoil the experience. I just want to keep playing Anthem. I can't stop thinking about its satisfying action and vast world. Sadly, when I sit down to actually play it, I have to work...

Tower Princess lets you take a princess on the most dangerous of dates

We all know that if your date doesn't involve deadly traps, huge slime monsters, and dragons - it's not a real date. Luckily, Tower Princess is an action platformer, roguelite, souls-like, dating simulator, that has all of those elements and more, so you can finally have that perfect date. Tower Princess is an indie...

Sparklite is a cute Zelda-inspired “approachable roguelike”

Sparklite
Neat pixel art, classic Zelda gameplay and bold themes are just a few of the elements that get me excited for a new indie game, and from the moment I saw the Sparklite teaser trailer, I knew it was one of those games. Sparklite is a steampunk roguelite inspired by The Legend of Zelda:...

Lunark is a cinematic 2D platformer that channels Flashback, Another World

Lunark
If Prince of Persia, Another World, Flashback or Captain Claw are some of your favorite retro games, you should really keep an eye out on, or even back, Lunark - a cinematic 2D platformer on a new Kickstarter campaign. Solo indie dev Johan Vinet develops this ambitious game. Vinet has contributed to previous successful...

Anthem VIP Demo preview: launching BioWare’s next adventure into action

Anthem VIP Demo - Storm
First announced in E3 2017, Anthem is legendary role-playing developer Bioware's upcoming action-RPG title and has you flying around in robotic exoskeletons and fighting aliens in a hostile alien world. With the full release less than a month away, on February 22, Anthem has launched its VIP Demo over the weekend. The demo...

FutureGrind review: The good kind of grinding

FutureGrind
With a sharp neon aesthetic, it flips but doesn't flop. FutureGrind has all the makings of a classic arcade game wrapped in pretty low-poly graphics. FutureGrind is the latest game by indie developer Milkbag Games. Everything you need to know is all in the name - it's the future, you ride bikes and grind...

Stylish cyberpunk platformer FutureGrind coming later this month

FutureGrind
FutureGrind is a game about neon lights and driving a futuristic motorbike that can grind on rails, pull off tricks, and help you battle evil corporations. The indie game is developed by the Canadian duo Milkbag Games and has you driving different kinds of bikes with colorful, luminescent wheels.

Book of Demons review: Casual stroll in a paper wonderland

While the gameplay can get quickly repetitive, Book of Demons makes up for it with rewarding card collecting mechanics. Book of Demons is the first in a series of games based on cult classics, called Return 2 Games. To start things off, the developers at Thing Trunk have come up with a pop-up book...

Darksiders 3 review: A slow but welcome return to the apocalypse

Darksiders 3 combat
With a weak story and a bland combat system, Darksiders 3 starts slow, but as the pieces join together, it forms a memorable return to the series. The Darksiders series has been away for some time. Luckily, the good guys at THQ Nordic brought it back to life with Darksiders 3. Despite starting...

Obsidian announces new role-playing game The Outer Worlds

The Outer Worlds combat
Obsidian Entertainment, developer of Fallout: New Vegas and Pillars of Eternity, have announced their newest project at The Game Awards - The Outer Worlds. Private Division will be publishing the game. Obsidian has teased the announcement earlier this week, but now we finally have a full trailer for the game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGLTgt0EEqc The trailer sets off as your player character wakes from cryostasis. You are...

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