Music Review: Sins of Hyrule


ARTICLE by Jason Parker (Ragachak) The Legend of Zelda is far and away one of my favorite franchises, even if I’ve missed a lot of the more recent titles, mostly due to not having a console to play them...

Forgo Lengthy Boardgame with the Digital Wartile


NEWS After three years of development, the digital boardgame Wartile is finally leaving Early Access in 2018. February 8th is the big day, and it is sure to impress board game lovers everywhere. In respon...

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Demo Thoughts


ARTICLE by Jason Parker (Ragachak) This weekend, I got a bit of a sneak preview of the upcoming Warhammer: Vermintide 2, due out in 2018. I have about 15 minutes of video which may or may not be uploaded, bec...

Bury me, my Love Review


REVIEW By Jaime Skelton (MissyS), Editor-in-Chief Video games are a potent story-telling medium. Prose, poetry, and song offer us words to offer introspection into our world; movies, television, art, and the...

Soldiers of the Universe is now Live on Steam


NEWS Soldiers of the Universe is the first game developed by Rocwise, and is on Steam right now. The Istanbul-based development studio has created a title inspired by the real-life war on terror in the mid...

Tower 57 Review: Twin-Stick Dystopian Action


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Tower 57 is a game I didn’t know I wanted until I saw and played it. It’s a twin-stick game with a style of pixel graphics, very much in the same style as the ea...

Overgrowth Review


REVIEW Written by Remko Molenaar (Proxzor)   First announced 9 years ago, Overgrowth looked like a very interesting game, but it had some challenges to tackle back then. It once looked like a never endi...
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