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West of Dead review: Unfinished business

West of Dead review
West of Dead has everything it needs to succeed, and yet it remains stuck in its own little limbo - forever moving forward but never getting anywhere. The roguelike genre is on fire. It presents indie developers with a priceless opportunity to take a familiar and beloved formula, and use...

Summer in Mara review: A fruitful vacation

Summer of Mara review
Summer in Mara takes some of the best elements from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker and embeds them in a fun and relaxing farming sim that encourages exploration and creativity. I was never a big fan of farming sims like Stardew Valley or My Time at Portia. But after...

Beyond Blue review: Studying the sea, under the sea

Beyond Blue review
Inspired by the Blue Planet 2 series, Beyond Blue is the perfect example of how to make a game about making a documentary, but not much beyond that. Developed and published by E-line Media, Beyond Blue is a single-player underwater simulator where you play as a marine biologist, tracking a...

Genki Covert Dock review: Small, portable, and powerful

Genki Covert Dock
Genki Covert Dock will make your Switch more portable than ever. It's small, easy to use, and does everything its official big brother does. Did you ever have to go away for the weekend, and just decided to settle for using your Nintendo Switch in handheld mode the whole time,...

Liberated review: Come for the game, stay for the comic book

Liberated review
Liberated is part comic book and part side-scrolling shooter. The comic book part is excellent and tells a powerful dystopian story. The game part? Not so much. Liberated is split into two pretty separate experiences. One is an engaging comic book about a dystopian world where Big Brother is everywhere....

Atomicrops review: An absolute blast of a game

Atomicrops review
Atomicrops takes several fan-favorite genres, sticks them in a blender, and shoots forward one of the best and craziest games of 2020. We first stumbled upon Atomicrops at Gamescom 2019, just before it went into Early Access. Since then, the game just kept getting better and better with every update...

Detective Boiled-Hard review: A good day to boil hard

Detective Boiled-Hard review
All things considered, Detective Boiled-Hard is a fun, funky, and wacky adventure game developed by one hardcore adventure game and movie fanatic. Because Because Games is back with yet another funny, crude, and at times just plain absurd adventure game. This time, instead of traveling all over the world as...

Fort Triumph review: Where XCOM and Heroes meet

Fort Triumph review
With an exciting story, clever battle tactics, and plenty of humor, Fort Triumph is flying high. It loses some altitude due to rough visuals and repetitive gameplay. If you ever wondered what would happen if you mix the fantasy and strategy of Heroes of Might and Magic with the...

The Flower Collectors review: Solve a murder without going outside

The Flower Collectors review
The Flower Collectors is an engaging, tense, and topical murder mystery that takes place entirely within the confines of one small apartment in 1970s Barcelona. I'm just gonna go ahead and say it: The Flowers Collectors is Rear Window in video game form. Instead of observing a New York courtyard...

The Procession to Calvary review: Renaissance art and silly walks

The Procession to Calvary review
The Procession to Calvary is a point-and-click game for anyone who enjoys unique visual styles, Monty Python-esque humor, and appeasing the devil. The Procession to Calvary is a hilarious adventure game by indie developer Joe Richardson. It's full of some of the world's most celebrated art and music, clever puzzles, senseless...

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