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Ashen review: The world is brighter together

Ashen review
Ashen borrows a lot from the Dark Souls series, but adds enough new elements to forge its own way and create a friendlier experience. You can't avoid it - Ashen borrows everything from Dark Souls. The combat system, enemies that lurk in dark corners waiting to jump you, the healing flask, manual saving at...

Cardpocalypse review: Play like a 90’s kid, fight like a 90’s kid

Cardpocalypse review
Cardpocalypse is a cute title with simple but solid card game mechanics. It brings the '90s back and successfully charms you with its nostalgic mojo. Cardpocalypse brings a new card game to the table. It is easy to grasp, harder to master, but eventually, you'll dominate over every kid in your class.

Mosaic review: A cog against the machine

Mosaic review
A bleak point-and-click about work-life balance. Mosaic's dull atmosphere is punctuated with unique visuals, the power of music, and some seriously trippy gameplay. Mosaic is a statement about grind-culture and the stress, helplessness, and disillusionment burnout can cause. Or, it's a game about blowing off work to do recreational drugs with a bunch of...

Still There review: Existential drama between puzzles

Still There
Sci-fi, surrealism, and emotional turmoil come together to create Still There, a story about a grief-stricken astronaut floating in space and solving intricate puzzles. Still There is part complex puzzle game, part moving story about a man hiding from his past. The two parts often clash, which makes the game’s tone shift dramatically from...

Tools Up review: Hilarious couch co-op that’ll fix up your party

Tools Up is a couch co-op party game that builds up the laughs. Work Together to renovate someone's dream home, or throw your friends around for fun. Tools Up is a four-player co-op that'll immediately remind you of Overcooked. But instead of cooking, you renovate apartments or at least try to hilarious results.

Sparklite review: Roguelite that’s heavy on the grind

Sparklite review
Sparklite is a beautiful action-adventure inspired by Zelda with a delicate roguelike touch. Just know it's either the "Grind Way" or the Highway with this game. The lands of Geodia need a hero to step up and take down an evil mining magnate hoarding all the Sparklite, the planet's lifeblood. Grab a wrench, fight...

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...

Tangle Tower review: Picture-perfect murder

Tangle Tower is a beautiful detective game that doesn't take itself too seriously but manages to get you hooked from the very beginning. The mystery of Freya Fellow's murder is a tangled one. It lures you in with a weird premise and keeps you guessing the whole way. Walking the winding halls of Tangle...

Moons of Madness review: Lovecraftian horror on the Red Planet

Moons of Madness review - the creature
While it ends up a satisfying cosmic horror tale, the slow and derivative gameplay, combined with a few too many bugs, leaves Moons of Madness an inconsistent game. Space is scary. It’s big, dark, and full of cosmic beings who want to either destroy or enslave us. That is if you follow the writings...

Indivisible review: Somewhat divisive

With a promising combat system and incredible visual design, indie title Indivisible has potential. But as it progresses, it becomes harder to ignore its problems. Indivisible, a role-playing action game from Lab Zero Games, creators of the popular beat 'em up Skullgirls, came out after a successful Kickstarter campaign and several years of development.

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