Sky Racket (Steam) Review

Sky Racket (Steam) Review

Sky Racket is one of the most refreshing games I’ve played in the last few months, a mix of sheer enjoyment and curious lapses, and yet, I can’t stop playing. How best to describe it? Imagine playing a shoot ’em up like Gundemonium Recollection crafted in a world...
TILTit (Steam) Review

TILTit (Steam) Review

I can’t begin to tell you how many days I have squandered, gazing at my monitor like a zombie, clutching the mouse and vowing, “Just one more try, then I’ll get on with my life”, only to keep on playing for a few hours more. I hate to admit it, but yes, I belong to...
Postal 4: No Regerts Early Impressions

Postal 4: No Regerts Early Impressions

When hoodlums make off with Postal Dude’s car, trailer home, and some of his other prized possessions, you would normally chalk this as another setback for the psychopathic stranger. But when his beloved pair of nipples rings, trench coat, and his favorite...
The Fisherman: Fishing Planet (Steam) Review

The Fisherman: Fishing Planet (Steam) Review

Fishing games are a niche genre if there ever was one. My first real encounter with a fishing game started when I first laid my grubby little hands on Super Black Bass for the SNES. After that, I was literally hooked. But over the years, there have been a handful of...
A Knight’s Quest (PC) Review

A Knight’s Quest (PC) Review

It’s not often a game comes along that’s as simple as it is satisfying, but here it is, and it proves once again that it can be done. Like so many of the go-anywhere 3D types games of yesteryear, this action/adventure title has an arcade feel to it, but...
Close Combat: The Bloody First Review

Close Combat: The Bloody First Review

The year is 1943, and I’m crawling through knee-deep mud. Over a small hill I can barely make out the outline of my first victim. His grey helmet gives out a flicker of shine which reflects from the afternoon sun. I signal the remainder of my squad to stop and...