World of Horror (Steam) Review

World of Horror (Steam) Review

As you might partially guess from the title, World of Horror is an Indie horror RPG from panstasz and Ysbryd Games, but it has something that caught my attention: the game was designed to be a homage to Junji Ito and H. P. Lovecraft – both great icons of the...
A Year of Rain (Steam) Review

A Year of Rain (Steam) Review

Daedalic Entertainment has developed a lot of amazing games over the years. Unfortunately, although I liked it, I can’t say A Year of Rain will make my favorites list just yet. Don’t get me wrong, the game is not bad. The world seems fairly decently developed, the...
Bloody Rally Show (Steam) Review

Bloody Rally Show (Steam) Review

If you’ve longed for the days of Death Rally and Carmageddon it’s time to strap on your crash helmets because there’s a new racing game tearing up the roadway on the PC! Souped-up muscle cars, bouncy tracks, deadly weapons, gore up the wazoo, and...
Quick Review: Overpass (PC)

Quick Review: Overpass (PC)

The term ‘off-roading’ may inspire thoughts of guys named Otis and Bubba tearing through the muddy backwoods in a modified jeep with empty beer cans and Slim Jim wrappers in the back seat. Instead, think of souped-up all-terrain vehicles slashing through...
Carpet Bombing (Steam) Review

Carpet Bombing (Steam) Review

Fans of airborne shooters have had very little to cheer about since the release of the Jungle Strike series for the Sega Genesis. But indie developer, Synthetic Mind AB, aims to fill the empty skies with its newest air strike game, Carpet Bombing. With an entertaining...
Spaß Taxi (Steam) Review

Spaß Taxi (Steam) Review

Simple Is Effective. If there’s one thing that most -if not all- really fun games have in common, then this is probably it. Keep the story light, the gameplay high, and make it look as good as possible. And if you can, throw in an upbeat soundtrack or two to...