Lux Alliance Review


REVIEW Written by Remko Molenaar (Proxzor) With the coming of Steam making it easier for indie developers or smaller studios to release their games, you will find the occasional diamond in the rough: a game ...

Blitzkrieg 3 Review


REVIEW By Remko Molenaar (Proxzor) It’s been two years since I’ve last seen Blitzkrieg 3, and back then the game was still heavily in development and felt a bit bare boned. While it did intrigue ...

Solstice Chronicles: MIA Review – From Alpha to Now


REVIEW By Jason Parker (Ragachak) Solstice Chronicles: MIA is a twin-stick shooter from Ironward, set in the same universe as their game The Red Solstice. Though I did not play any of their other titles, I d...

Tokyo 42 Review: Isometric Hitman Action!


REVIEW By Jason Parker (Ragachak) I did not know I was going to love Tokyo 42 when I first saw a trailer for it. When I heard the name, with no information other than that, I had some kind of PTSD flashbacks...

Iron Tides Impressions: Glory in Valhalla


REVIEW by Jason Parker [Ragachak] RPGs where the characters die permanently are not incredibly common. Fire Emblem and Final Fantasy tactics are the two big ones that come to mind, where if your character ru...

Kritika Online Review: Action On Repeat


REVIEW By Michael Sagoe (mikedot)   Good quality Hack n’ Slash games have been a rarity when it comes to the F2P online gaming space. While you have a few stand outs like Vindictus and Elsword, the fi...

Cryptark Review: Space-Heists for Dummies


REVIEW Cryptark is an interesting beast. It’s part shmup [Shoot ‘em up], part Roguelike, part Twin-Stick Shooter.   You play as a gun-for-hire, and your goal is to head into these dead ships and salvag...

Riders of Icarus Review: Gotta Ride ‘em all!


REVIEW By Jason Parker (Ragachak) It’s incredibly hard to stand out as an MMO currently, especially in the free to play market. There are so many quality games that are available now, not to mention games ...

Sara is Missing Mobile Horror Game Review


REVIEW By: Ojogo   I never was a real fan of any of the horror games that came out, regardless of platform. I mean I can immerse myself completely on a lot of action shooters, MMOs, MOBAs, and the like,...

WorkeMon Review


REVIEW By Ojogo Imagine a world where people who are looking for work are treated like pocket monsters in the world of Pokemon. Instead of Pokemon Trainers, you have business owners, or at least kids of real...
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