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Garage: Bad Trip review - zombie horde
Undead, pixelated gore and intense action make Garage: Bad Trip a solid shooter for horror fans. And no, it's not "Hotline Miami with zombies." Garage: Bad Trip is a gory, raw and often crude top-down shooter for fans of the VHS era of horror and splatterpunk. It draws you in with the campy premise of a stoner janitor fighting the undead in an...
Wreckfest demolition derby
A party of twisted metal and screeching wheels. Crash physics haven't felt this good for a long time, but they sure looked better. We had a lot of arcade racing games in these past few weeks, but we haven't had a proper demolition derby for a while. Luckily, Wreckfest is here to make amends for the aggressive racing subgenre. Wreckfest is not...
Moonlighter review
With pretty pixel graphics and great sound, Moonlighter is the right kind of rogue-lite game that keeps you going for "one more round." Even before beating my first boss, I have already managed to gather countless treasures from a golem dungeon, warp inside a forest dungeon, expand my store into a freaking Walmart, steal a grimoire from under an evil...
Antigraviator review
Antigraviator is a fast racing game with no speed limit, and it can make speed feel great. Unfortunately, that's the only thing it knows how to do. I love racing games, but my favorite subgenre is the not-so-realistic futuristic racing, like F-Zero, Wipeout, and 2016's Redout. It's no wonder then that I was very much looking forward to Antigraviator, an indie racing game developed by Cybernetic...
Vampyr review
Vampyr tells a compelling story in an intriguing world, but the frustrating and frankly unnecessary combat sucks the life out of it. A vampire doctor sounds like either a terrible career choice or a character from a cheesy Korean drama. But it is also the defining characteristic of the main protagonist of Vampyr, the new title from Life is Strange developer...
Onrush review
Chaotic but completely in control, Onrush drives the racing genre forward with intense gameplay. Crashing cars has never felt better. It's been literally twenty seconds since I've started a match in Onrush, and I've already jumped through a broken boat, did three barrel rolls in the air, landed on an opponent car, smashing it to pieces, and plowed straight through...
There's a lot to enjoy in Runner3, but it's going to cost you. You better be ready to deal with repetitive gameplay and frustration. The world’s weirdest and most colorful endless runner series is back with Runner3. This strange rhythm platformer builds upon its predecessors with new content, interesting gameplay mechanics and plenty of goofy humor. On paper, Runner3 is better than...
Omensight review
Omensight is a fun murder mystery game with great combat, but more polish and content could have made it even better. You had one job - stopping the end of the world. Unfortunately, you failed. Too bad really, because it was a beautiful world full of cute furry animals in constant political conflict. Now they are all dead. Luckily for you (or...
Frostpunk review cover
With highly polished mechanics and amazing atmosphere, Frostpunk delivers on everything you could hope for from a city-building survival game. An apocalyptic winter is covering 1886 England. Your group has left a frozen, uninhabitable London in hopes of finding a new place to start over. The only thing keeping you and your people from freezing to death is a large...
Despite having some interesting and fun mechanics, the lack of content in Extinction doesn't justify its price tag. Extinction had some great potential. A high mobility hack-and-slash game where the focus is on killing giants is the kind of game I've been waiting for for a while. Unfortunately, developer Iron Galaxy couldn't quite make the game live up to that potential. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVI65ObakAY In...