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Bake ‘n Switch review: Wonderfully baked, but doesn’t follow the recipe

Bake 'n Switch review
Bake 'n Switch is a cute and challenging party game that brings any friendship to a boil, whether your playing with or against your friends. Bake 'n Switch has a pretty simple concept: collect pick up adorable creatures made of dough, and throw them in the oven to get points.

Lancelot’s Hangover review: Drunk and disorderly

Lancelots Hangover
Uneven writing and hit-and-miss jokes hurt Lancelot's Hangover, but if you're into classic puzzles and Pythonesque silliness, it's a quest worth taking. Lancelot's Hangover: The Quest for the Holy Booze is a weird game, although I'm not sure the word "weird" begins to cover it. I think I'll let the...

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind review: Not according to plan

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind review
Ultimately, Peaky Blinders: Mastermind misses the mark. If you love the show, you might get a few more hours with your favorite characters, but not much else. Games based on movies and TV shows are nothing new, and they're usually nothing good. Peaky Blinders: Mastermind, based on the popular show Peaky Blinders, keeps proving...

Star Renegades review: A new hope

Star Renegades
Star Renegades takes inspiration from some big names but ultimately stands stronger on its own thanks to its one-of-a-kind combat system. Star Renegades is a rogue-lite RPG where you build a team of rebels to fight off the evil Imperium. It presents a nemesis system, similar to Shadow of Mordor,...

Raji: An Ancient Epic review: Abandoned by the gods

Raji: An Ancient Epic review
Repetitive puzzles, choppy framerate, and dull combat leave no reason to play Raji: An Ancient Epic - not even to learn more about Hindu mythology. Raji: An Ancient Epic is a game that, at first glance, tries to do to Hindu mythology what the original God of War games did...

Metamorphosis review: Combining the mundane with the surreal

metamorphosis review
Metamorphosis is a fantastic adaptation of Kafka’s work that tells an absurd but compelling story. Navigating its twisted but beautiful world would've felt better with tighter controls. “One morning, as Gregor Samsa was waking up from anxious dreams, he discovered that in bed he had been changed into a monstrous...

Carrion review: All you can devour

Carrion review
Inspired by horror movies like The Thing, Carrion delivers a smart, gory, and empowering "reverse horror game." When you think "horror game," you usually think about playing a helpless, feeble human running away from the shapeless horrors lurking in the shadows. In Carrion, you play that shapeless...

Röki review: A beautiful tale touched by magic

Röki Gamescom winter
Röki is a charming adventure game with lovely visuals and challenging puzzles. The fairy tale facade hides a touching story that proves folklore still has its place in our modern world. It's not every day that you come across a modern fairy tale - a story that leans on familiar,...

Superhot: Mind Control Delete review: More super, more hot

Superhot: Mind Control Delete review
Superhot: Mind Control Delete is simply more Superhot. More action, more weapons, more roguelike, and more meta weirdness about addiction. More and more until you can't take it anymore, but you still keep going. Superhot: Mind Control Delete started as DLC for Superhot, but grew into a separate, more substantial experience. It takes the...

Deadly Premonition 2 review: York and Zach’s Bogus Journey

Deadly Premonition 2 review
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise retains the charm of the original, but suffers from a considerable downgrade in the overall quality. The original Deadly Premonition was a cult hit, a weird game that took a lot of inspiration from two other cult classics, namely, Twin Peaks and Silent...

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