Reviews

Gori Cuddly Carnage Preview – A Unicorn Slayer

Gori Cuddly Carnage Preview – A Unicorn Slayer

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We had the chance to preview Gori Cuddly Carnage, a new game in which we play as a unicorn-killing cat. Said like this it may seem misleading, but the game is actually very good and fun. In this Gori Cuddly Carnage preview, therefore, we will tell you everything you should know, so that you can […]


Autopsy Simulator Review – Are You Ready to Become a Coroner?

Autopsy Simulator Review – Are You Ready to Become a Coroner?

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Nowadays, the world of gaming is full of simulators that put you in the shoes of the most disparate professions. However, did you know that you could also become a coroner? In fact, this is precisely the purpose of Autopsy Simulator, the game we are talking about in this review. This Autopsy Simulator review, therefore, […]


Fabledom Review — A Magical City-Builder

Fabledom Review — A Magical City-Builder

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Fabledom adds myth and romance to the city-builder genre. Read more in our 2024 Fabledom Review below. The Indie games category is made of a plethora of incredibly unique titles. Some of these attempt to blend genres, resulting in wild and zany titles. But sometimes you find a hidden gem that reminds you why you […]


V Rising Review – Not Just a Bloodsucker

V Rising Review – Not Just a Bloodsucker

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Vampires have always been fascinating creatures that arouse a lot of interest in people, especially among lovers of the supernatural. As a result, the developers of V Rising decided to do something to “play it safe.” However, this certainly does not mean poor quality. In this V Rising review, we will examine version 1.0 of […]


Die by the Blade Review – A Katana-Styled Fighting Game

Die by the Blade Review – A Katana-Styled Fighting Game

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The fighting game genre has always fascinated many players, since its inception, and even today, it continues to be a very popular genre. Among the sacred monsters of the genre, such as Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, and Tekken, there are also other realities that want to emerge, such as Die by the Blade. But it’s […]


Undead Inc Review – First Day of Work

Undead Inc Review – First Day of Work

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The world of management and management titles has always been very niche, with not many games that have managed to reach that segment of players who are passionate about this type of game. The developers of Undead Inc certainly expect their game to be able to cross these boundaries to reach a larger audience, but […]


Indika Review – A Self-Discovery Journey

Indika Review – A Self-Discovery Journey

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2024 is certainly a very prosperous year for the publisher, 11bit studios. After the release of The Invincible and The Thaumaturge, now it’s time for Indika (waiting for Frostpunk 2, The Alters, and Creatures of Ava). Are you ready to find out what we think of this very particular game? In this Indika review, we […]


Soulmask Preview – Escaping a Ritual

Soulmask Preview – Escaping a Ritual

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2024 has been a great year for all survival game fans. In addition to the great successes of Palworld and Enshrouded, there were also other games of the same genre that managed to have their say. The developers of Soulmask hope that the same will be true for their game. In this Soulmask preview, therefore, […]


Tell Me Your Story Review – A Trip Down Memory Lane

Tell Me Your Story Review – A Trip Down Memory Lane

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Here is our Tell Me Your Story Review. Learn if this short but extremely sweet adventure puzzle is more than just a nostalgia trip down to Grandma’s place. Games as a medium can be so many things. They can be fun, grand adventures that tell heartwrenching stories that stick with you long after you roll […]


Oddsparks Early Access Review – Pikmin Meets Factorio

Oddsparks Early Access Review – Pikmin Meets Factorio

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We checked out Oddsparks Early Access for this review. Learn if this cute, fantastical industrialization adventure is for you or not. Isn’t it weird how many Factorio-likes are out here? Not that I’m complaining but I’m starting to notice that more and more developers are making games for me and me particularly. I love titles […]


Sucker for Love Review – Love, Cults, and Horror

Sucker for Love Review – Love, Cults, and Horror

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In the era of open worlds and multiplayer games, there are still developers who decide to focus on “older” and “niche” genres, such as point-and-click or visual novels. Sucker for Love is one such example. The developers wanted to mix point-and-click elements with those of visual novels to try not to follow the trends of […]


Shadow of the Depth Early Access Impressions

Shadow of the Depth Early Access Impressions

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We checked out Shadow of Depth’s Early Access. Find out if this latest Roguelite title is the right one for you. If I were to describe Shadow of the Depth to you, I’d probably best cover it by calling it Hades meets Diablo. It’s a top-down action RPG that has you venture through multiple randomly […]


Sweet Transit Review – I Just Like Trains, Okay?

Sweet Transit Review – I Just Like Trains, Okay?

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After almost 2 years, here is our Sweet Transit Review which just left early access. Is this logistics-oriented city-builder worth your time? Find out here. If you’re really into Factorio, stop reading this and go buy Sweet Transit. If you’re really into seeing numbers grow and making those numbers grow faster, you should also buy […]


Rauniot Review in Progress – There’s a Spark, I think

Rauniot Review in Progress – There’s a Spark, I think

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Here is our Rauniot Review in Progress. We checked out the post-apocalyptic adventure game made in Nothern Finland. Confession time. I’m not sure if this will cost me any reviewer credibility points which is why this won’t be scored (for now). Honestly, it is kinda embarrassing to confess this but it will hopefully make an […]


AFK Journey Review: A Rewarding Gacha Experience

AFK Journey Review: A Rewarding Gacha Experience

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AFK Journey respects your time while making for an enjoyably gacha-lite RPG. Read all in our AFK Journey Review. AFK Journey is a free open-world, role-playing gacha centered on creating your own team of powerful heroes. Here you play as the reincarnation of the great mage Merlin, solving a mystery surrounding a malignant corruption. On […]


Lotus Lantern Rescue Mother Review – Hades in China

Lotus Lantern Rescue Mother Review – Hades in China

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Here’s our complete hands-on Lotus Lantern Rescue Mother review. Lotus Lantern Rescue Mother is an upcoming action rogue-like game by the developers Unstable Games. It will be released on April 12th on Steam under the publisher 663 Games. Fans of Hades will feel pretty familiar with all the gameplay that’s been revealed about the game […]


Botany Manor Review – A Relaxing Victorian Jaunt

Botany Manor Review – A Relaxing Victorian Jaunt

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Botany Manor brings cozy plant-growing puzzle gameplay to Victorian England, here’s our Botany Manor Review. Picture the scene, it’s Victorian England, and you’ve just been left a Manor. It’s probably not a huge leap for many of us, so it’s a logical setting for a puzzle game. In a gaming space full of shooters, RPGs, […]


Last Hope Bunker: Zombie Survival Review – Survive the Zombie Apocalypse

Last Hope Bunker: Zombie Survival Review – Survive the Zombie Apocalypse

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Here’s our complete hands-on review of Last Hope Bunker: Zombie Survival Last Hope Bunker: Zombie Survival is an upcoming indie game that thrusts the players into an apocalyptic world overrun with the zombie virus. Developed by Artdock, the game comes out on April 23rd this year. However, with indie games, most gamers are always hesitant […]


Terra Memoria Review – a Delightful Turn-Based Adventure

Terra Memoria Review – a Delightful Turn-Based Adventure

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Here’s a complete review of Terra Memoria, the new indie RPG game by La Moutarde. Those of us who grew up with the SNES or the Original PlayStation have experienced our fair share of golden-era adventure RPGs during childhood. And while the genre has evolved a lot over the years, there’s just something about the […]


Highwater Review – I’m Just Here For The Vibes

Highwater Review – I’m Just Here For The Vibes

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We reviewed Highwater in the wake of its big console/PC release. Here are our extended thoughts on this post-apocalyptic high-seas adventure. It took a while but Demagog Studio’s watersoaked adventure finally made it onto consoles and PCs after its initial release on mobile platforms in 2022. And while it still feels very much like a […]


Artificer’s Tower Review – Build Your Own Magic Academy

Artificer’s Tower Review – Build Your Own Magic Academy

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Here’s a complete review of Rodent Games’s upcoming title, Artificer’s Tower, where you get to build your own Wizard colony from scratch. If you’re a fan of colony-building games such as Fallout Shelter or This War of Mine, keep your eyes peeled for Rodent Games’s Artificer’s Tower. Releasing on April 18th, the game will take […]


South Park Snow Day Review: Tip of the Iceberg

South Park Snow Day Review: Tip of the Iceberg

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South Park Snow Day stays true to its irreverent source material while paving the way for more 3D instalments despite its outdated form; read more in our South Park Snow Day review. A catastrophic snowstorm sets the stage for one of the sickest South Park snow days ever. South Park Snow Day is a game […]


Millennia Review: The Next Civilization?

Millennia Review: The Next Civilization?

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Paradox Interactive subtly blends myth and legend into its budding 4X game to let players create their own history; find out more in our Millennia review. When I heard of Paradox getting involved in a 2024 4X title, I got fairly curious about how they could make their game stand out. And after seeing the […]


Real Estate Simulator Review – Early Access Impressions

Real Estate Simulator Review – Early Access Impressions

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Real Estate Simulator comes out on March 22nd into Early Access. Read our Real Estate Simulator Review to find out if it’s worth your time. The idea of building your real estate empire from scratch and going from rags to riches sounds like a dream come true for any simulation game enthusiast. But will Real […]


Dragon’s Dogma 2 Review – The RPG you Never Knew you Needed

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Review – The RPG you Never Knew you Needed

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The time has finally come. After a very long wait, we got to try Dragon’s Dogma 2, the sequel to the beloved Dragon’s Dogma that many have been waiting years for. In this Dragon’s Dogma 2 review, we will tell you what our impressions of the game are—what worked and what didn’t—so that you can […]


Alone in the Dark Review – Back to Derceto

Alone in the Dark Review – Back to Derceto

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Alone in the Dark is the remake of the title of the same name, which was released way back in 1992 and was the progenitor of what is now a videogame genre, survival horror. For those who are not aware of the original game, in this Alone in the Dark review, we will tell you […]


Lightyear Frontier Review – Early Access Space Farmin’

Lightyear Frontier Review – Early Access Space Farmin’

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We were able to get a sneak peek at an early copy of the Lightyear Frontier Early Access version. Here are our first impressions of FRAME BREAK’s space farming extravaganza. Early Access Copy was Provided by the Publisher. Tested on PC. It is a tale as old as time. You crashland on some planet lightyears […]


The Thaumaturge Review – Salutors and Magic in Warsaw

The Thaumaturge Review – Salutors and Magic in Warsaw

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The Thaumaturge should have arrived on the market a few months ago, but the developers wanted to postpone its release in order to make the latest improvements to the game. Postponements aren’t always good news, but in the case of The Thaumaturge, we can say that the wait was worth it. If you are curious […]


Robin Hood Sherwood Builders Review – Fight for the People

Robin Hood Sherwood Builders Review – Fight for the People

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There’s a lot of talk of late in gaming about Fighting for democracy and freedom. Which made me made me think we should be fighting the real fight, the one for the people. Robin Hood Sherwood Builders is a survival, base-building, crafting game. If you’re already not interested, then it might be best you leave, […]


Escape Simulator Magic DLC Review – No Wands Required

Escape Simulator Magic DLC Review – No Wands Required

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Here is our Escape Simulator Magic DLC Review. The newly released Magic DLC for Escape Simulator follows the same pattern as previously paid DLCs for the game; it’s $4.99, comes with four new levels and takes about two hours to complete. It keeps true to the spirit of the base game but with a magical […]


Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew DLC Review (Yuki’s Wish, Zagan’s Ritual)

Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew DLC Review (Yuki’s Wish, Zagan’s Ritual)

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Reviewing Shadow Gambit’s latest game expansions: Yuki’s Wish and Zagan’s Ritual. Read all in our Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew DLC review. Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew’s DLCs are finally here. Game reviewed on PC Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew is a stealth strategy RPG where you command a ragtag group of colorfully undead pirates […]


Blood West Review – An Immersive Stealth FPS

Blood West Review – An Immersive Stealth FPS

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Blood West, a horror-tinged immersive stealth FPS, has been available in Early Access on PC for some time but is finally about to see its full release on December 5, 2023. In this Blood West review, therefore, we decided to analyze what the guys at Hyperstrange have wanted to package with this product. If you […]


Gangs of Sherwood Review

Gangs of Sherwood Review

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Our Gangs of Sherwood Review. Is Appeal Studios’ Coop action spectacle worth your time? *Tested on PC. Review Copy was provided by the Publisher.* Gangs of Sherwood wants to be so many things. And while it has some redeemable qualities, it feels like the game spreads itself so thin that none of these qualities manage […]


Zenless Zone Zero Beta Impressions

Zenless Zone Zero Beta Impressions

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We’ve played the Zenless Zone Zero Beta to tell you all about miHoYo’s upcoming Action title. **Access provided by the publisher. Tested on PC** I had my eyes on Zenless Zone Zero ever since it was first announced. It is a new original IP separate from the HoYoverse shenanigans of Honkai and Genshin and a […]


Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Demo Impressions

Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Demo Impressions

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Here are our impressions of the Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Demo. Is it too much to say that a Demo is the best game I’ve played all year? This might be way too much praise and I’m anything if not biased towards the Like A Dragon franchise. But the Infinite Wealth Demo already convinced […]


Stronghold Definitive Edition Review

Stronghold Definitive Edition Review

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Here is our Stronghold Definitive Edition Review. **Reviewed on PC** Stronghold is a game so old that this is the second “Definitive Edition” FireFly Studios has released in the last 20 years. The last one was 10 years ago and featured an HD upscale and some improvements to the 2001 original and its expansion pack […]


Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story – Review

Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story – Review

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The expanded universe of Legend of Legends just got a little bigger today with The Song of Nunu.  Developed by Tequila Works and published by Riot Forge, Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story is the fifth League of Legends expanded universe standalone game. It is the third Riot Forge title released this year, […]


My Time at Sandrock Review

My Time at Sandrock Review

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Here is our My Time at Sandrock Review. We spend some time with the sequel to My Time at Portia and it doesn’t disappoint. **Played on PC. Review Copy was provided by the Publisher** My Time at Portia was released in 2019 as a cozy yet somewhat flawed crack at the life-sim genre. But I […]


This Bed We Made Review – An Interesting Neo-Noir Adventure

This Bed We Made Review – An Interesting Neo-Noir Adventure

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This Bed We Made is a game developed by a small Canadian team called Lowbirth Games which, with this work, tries to tell a noir story set in 1950s Canada. The conditions for creating an interesting title were all there, but was the development team able to maintain expectations? Continue reading our This Bed We […]


Operation Valor Review in Progress

Operation Valor Review in Progress

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Here is our Operation Valor Review. **Reviewed on PC. Review Copy was provided by the Publisher** Operation Valor is a tactical-top-down competitive shooter that tries to combine the tactical gameplay of Squad with the general gameplay of Foxhole. And while it definitely works to some degree its current state and lack of players make it […]


Three Minutes To Eight Review – A Creative Baseline

Three Minutes To Eight Review – A Creative Baseline

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Three Minutes To Eight is a game that discusses philosophy, morality, and ethics in a futuristic society. The journey is purposefully repetitive making every little new experience that much more exciting. "Three Minutes To Eight" is out now!!! On #Steam and #GOG!!!!!! Exciting! Looking forward to your feedback!#adventuregame #pixelart #voxelart #pointandclick #indiegame #indiegamedev #gamedev pic.twitter.com/ETZihhS5Bz […]


Tekken 8 Beta Impressions – Just Some Good Ass Tekken

Tekken 8 Beta Impressions – Just Some Good Ass Tekken

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We played the Tekken 8 Beta! Here is what you can expect from the next entry in the legendary fighting game series. The Tekken 8 Beta was only around for three days, but somehow we still managed to clock in around 25 hours across PC and PlayStation 5. And the moment those servers shut down […]



Is Cyberpunk 2077 Good Now?

Is Cyberpunk 2077 Good Now?

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Is Cyberpunk 2077 good now? Has CD Project Red redeemed its game after years of updates and a new Expansion? We try to answer that question here. With the release of the Phantom Liberty expansion and the 2.0 Patch, the game is in the best state it ever has been. And credit where credit is […]


Spirited Thief Review

Spirited Thief Review

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Here is our Spirited Thief Review, the tactical-turn-based stealth game by Koi Snowman Games. Spirited Thief is an interesting game from the get-go, it’s this great mix of everything I love in a good stealth and Tactical RPG. There are some hiccups here and there but that doesn’t stop it from being an excellent timesink […]



Fae Farm Review – A Cozy Game with Variety

Fae Farm Review – A Cozy Game with Variety

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Everything that makes this new PC and Switch cozy game stand out in this Fae Farm review. Fae Farm is a cozy game that was announced during the September 2022 Nintendo Direct and has since been featured at Gamescom 2023. With a great balance between home designing, item collecting, farming, and dungeon crawling there is […]


Shadow Gambit The Cursed Crew Review – A Dead Man’s Tale

Shadow Gambit The Cursed Crew Review – A Dead Man’s Tale

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Shadow Gambit The Cursed Crew puts fun, creative strategy front and center in a uniquely intriguing treasure hunt. Read all in our spoiler-free Shadow Gambit The Cursed Crew review. Reviewed on PC Shadow Gambit The Cursed Crew is an indie stealth strategy game developed by Mimimi Games with a set release date of August 17, […]


Atlas Fallen Review – Sand, Gauntlet, and Spirits

Atlas Fallen Review – Sand, Gauntlet, and Spirits

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Atlas Fallen is an action RPG developed by Deck13 and published by Focus Entertainment available for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. Released at a peculiar time due to the great clamor aroused by Baldur’s Gate 3 landing on PC, Atlas Fallen had a great boulder on its shoulders to be able to impose […]


Remnant 2 Review – Rising From the Ashes

Remnant 2 Review – Rising From the Ashes

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Remnant 2 is the direct sequel to Remnant from the Ashes, developed by Gunfire Games and launched on the market in 2019. The first title managed to snatch positive evaluations from critics and, as you can read in our Remnant 2 reviews roundup article, the second chapter managed to establish itself, even better than its […]



Black Desert Online in 2023 First Impressions

Black Desert Online in 2023 First Impressions

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Here are our First Impressions of Black Desert Online in 2023, with its new expansion Land of the Morning Light. **Review Code Provided by the Publisher** Black Desert Online is a massive game so doing an all-around review of it in 2023 is difficult. So we decided to do a little First Impressions now and […]


V Rising Review 2023

V Rising Review 2023

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We’ve played a lot of V Rising over the past week in the wake of its first big expansion, Secrets of Gloomrot. And it might be one of the best multiplayer experiences we’ve ever had. Here’s our V Rising Review in 2023. **Review Copy provided by the Developer** Explaining the appeal of V Rising will […]


Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew Early Beta First Impressions

Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew Early Beta First Impressions

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Shadow Gambit: The Cursed Crew fuses the supernatural into the stealth strategy genre; find out more in our Shadow Gambit Beta Preview! A few games are able to stand out in the stealth genre. Unfortunately, big triple- A titles have had a monopoly on the main player base’s attention for years. But luckily for us, […]


Our First Look At Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader – Preview

Our First Look At Warhammer 40K: Rogue Trader – Preview

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Listing our first impressions for Owlcat Games’ first Warhammer 40K strategy game: Rogue Trader Rogue Trader takes place in the 41st millennium, a dark future of conquest and war. Spanning multiple systems inside entire galaxies, the Imperium of humanity leads the charge against dangerous forces that seek to threaten mankind’s existence. On the frontlines are […]


Timberborn Review: Update 4 Adds New Craters Map, Performance Upgrade

Timberborn Review: Update 4 Adds New Craters Map, Performance Upgrade

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Timberborn’s 4th update adds more polish to an already charming city-builder; find out more in our Timberborn review! The fall of mankind as we know it has passed, and amidst the crumbling relics of their once-powerful empire, an unlikely species emerges to adorably tame the land: Beavers! Timberborn is a city-builder sim developed by Mechanistry […]



Idol Showdown Review – The Unoffical Hololive Fighting Game

Idol Showdown Review – The Unoffical Hololive Fighting Game

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There is a hololive fighting game on Steam now. It’s free, made by fans, and actually good?! Find out more here in our Idol Showdown Review! Fighting games are as popular as ever with the recent success of Guilty Gear Strive on top of Street Fighter 6 and Tekken 8 being on the horizon. More […]


Honkai Star Rail review – My Favourite Rpg in 2023 (So Far)

Honkai Star Rail review – My Favourite Rpg in 2023 (So Far)

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Honkai: Star Rail has been out for a quick minute. But we don’t think anyone had it penciled in as one of the best releases in such a stacked year. Here are our extended thoughts! At this point, it is almost unfair how effortlessly miHoYo manages to capture the conversation whenever their new release rolls […]



Learning to Love Guilty Gear Strive in 2023

Learning to Love Guilty Gear Strive in 2023

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Guilty Gear Strive steadily approaches its 3rd year of service. We checked out Arc System’s Fighting Game love letter to Rock’n Roll and clarify if it’s still worth getting into it. Guilty Gear Strive is probably the best example of a game released at the right time in the right place. With all other major […]


Valheim Review in 2023 – a Viking sandbox

Valheim Review in 2023 – a Viking sandbox

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Re-embarking in the massively popular Viking sandbox: Valheim in 2023 in our Valheim Review. Since its release in February 2021, Valheim has remained one of the most captivating open-world games ever. It’s striking retro aesthetic and endless possibilities gives players the opportunity to live out the Viking fantasies of their dreams. Valheim’s mystical biomes and […]





Havendock Early Access Review: 2023’s New Addicting Basebuilder

Havendock Early Access Review: 2023’s New Addicting Basebuilder

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Havendock releases into early access on April 20, 2023, and already impresses with its simple, yet addicting gameplay. Read our Havendock Review from our first impressions of the Early Access here! For being an early access title, Havendock gets everything right from the get-go. This clever mix of base-building, basic survival settlement management, and whatever […]



Resident Evil 4 Remake Review – Lost in Revision

Resident Evil 4 Remake Review – Lost in Revision

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We’re braved our way through creepy villages and castles to tell you how Resident Evil 4 Remake stacks up to the original. Let me start off strong. Resident Evil 4 Remake is an excellent title. It brings the original Resident Evil 4 to the modern age by making innovative improvements and incorporating the lessons learned […]


Kirby’s Dream Land 2 Review for Switch

Kirby’s Dream Land 2 Review for Switch

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The Nintendo Switch’s Game Boy emulator gets another classic addition, find out how it holds up in our Kirby’s Dream Land 2 Review for Switch. Kirby’s Dream Land 2 brings so many staple features that are still around twenty years later. Four classic #GameBoy, #SuperNES, and #NES titles are now live for #NintendoSwitchOnline members! Game […]


Earth Defense Force 5 Is Stupid Fun

Earth Defense Force 5 Is Stupid Fun

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Please pick up Earth Defense Force 5, here are many reasons why. “EDF! EDF!”, my friend and I cheer into the microphones late at night as hordes of ants, wasps, and frogs with laserguns threaten to overrun our position. The screen is littered with the remains of their comrades, making it hard to see how […]


Dredge Review: A Terrifying Fishing Sim

Dredge Review: A Terrifying Fishing Sim

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Dredge adds eldritch horror into a seemingly picturesque fishing sim; find out more in our Dredge Review. Imagine you’re out in the middle of the sea on a creaking fishing vessel. The workday’s over, and the sun’s just set. And as you’re coasting your way back to the docks, you see something heading your way. […]


Exoprimal Looks Great! Open Beta Impressions

Exoprimal Looks Great! Open Beta Impressions

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The Exoprimal Open Beta was last weekend and we checked it out for you. Read our impressions here! Last weekend, Capcom let players around the world try out their upcoming PvPvE title Exoprimal in open beta. After getting 10 hours into it, we go get a good grasp of what the shooter is all about. […]


Metroid Fusion (Switch) Review

Metroid Fusion (Switch) Review

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A third port of the GBA generation Metroid hits its biggest platform yet. Metroid Fusion on Switch handles just as well, if not better than the GBA version. Search out the X! Experience classic Metroid game play as Samus Aran explores the secret passages of a massive research station teeming with hostile life forms! Metroid […]


Metroid Prime Remastered Review, a Timeless Classic

Metroid Prime Remastered Review, a Timeless Classic

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Metroid is making a comeback in a massive way in the 2020s, and Metroid Prime Remastered is the cherry on top. What happens when you remaster a perfect game in the imagery of perfection? You get Metroid Prime Remastered. Gameplay Let me first preface this by saying that I’m a more recent Metroid fan than […]


CS2 Investing What Is It, and Should You Worry About It?

CS2 Investing What Is It, and Should You Worry About It?

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What is CS2 investing, what do you need to know and what do you need to be careful of? There is no doubt that CS2 is the most legendary shooter in the world. The game has loyal fans that have been playing for years, and despite being more than 10 years old, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive […]


Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Review

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Review

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We played Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty and here is our in-depth review of Team Ninja’s latest action title. It must be said that Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is just the latest of Team Ninja’s attempts to trick gamers into playing Ninja Gaiden without noticing. Lucky for them that they only had to make it look […]


Review: Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe

Review: Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe

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An overlooked Wii gem gets a polished remaster to bring another Kirby adventure to the Switch. Alongside a modern edition of Kirby’s Return to Dreamland comes some very worthwhile new content to enjoy. [トピックス]『星のカービィ Wii デラックス』は本日発売。アイコンパーツも本日より登場。https://t.co/wE9hnH9vdJ — 任天堂株式会社 (@Nintendo) February 24, 2023 Gameplay The core gameplay is pretty usual for a Kirby game, with some […]


Review: Atomic Heart

Review: Atomic Heart

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A game that could’ve launched Mundfish as an instant Triple A developer ends up showing too many of its weaknesses. Atomic Heart shows off the promise in the developers’ abilities, but gives room for improvement in future titles. What lies behind the utopian dream of #AtomicHeart? Witness the deadly consequences of innovation as Agent P-3 […]


Marauders First Impressions

Marauders First Impressions

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We’ve spent some time with Marauders and here are our first impressions of Small Impact Games Early Access Extract Shooter. PC Early Access Code Provided by Team17 Let’s get the elephant out of the way first, if you’ve seen Marauders and are a fan of its genre it’ll remind you of Escape from Tarkov. This […]



Like A Dragon: Ishin! Review

Like A Dragon: Ishin! Review

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After almost 9 years, Like a Dragon: Ishin! Finally got an English release and a remaster on top! We played through it and tested if it is a worthy successor of the legend! *Tested on PlayStation 5* Fulfiller of Dreams Who would’ve thought that in the year 2023, we’d get a remaster and full translation […]


No New Final Fantasy XIV Expansion in 2023?

No New Final Fantasy XIV Expansion in 2023?

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No new FFXIV Expansion? But what if? Find out all the details here! Welcome! It is once again the season of local video game writers trying to make sense of briefings meant for investors who really don’t know what the company is selling. And this is also not the full report, this is just the […]


Review: Hogwarts Legacy

Review: Hogwarts Legacy

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Hogwarts Legacy is here. Does it manage to leave a legacy of its own that isn’t just steeped in controversy? Find out in our review. In many ways, Hogwarts Legacy is a challenging game to talk about. Because a lot of the discussion around it will be dominated by your attachment to the Harry Potter […]


HITMAN Freelancer Review, Agent 47 at His Very Best

HITMAN Freelancer Review, Agent 47 at His Very Best

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Hitman Freelancer is here! We tested the World of Assassination to find out if it was worth the wait. Review Copy provided by IO Interactive, Reviewed on PlayStation 5 A World of Assassination When Hitman’s World of Assassination was revealed at E3 2015, IO Interactive probably didn’t expect the Odyssey they would go on with […]


Rust Is Kind of F***ed Up, Rust Review in 2024

Rust Is Kind of F***ed Up, Rust Review in 2024

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Lahftel takes us through his experiences in the world of Rust in our Rust Review in 2024. So is playing or getting into Rust worth it in 2023? No, absolutely not. Go away and play something that isn’t actively working towards giving you a heart attack and trust issues. But it still turns out to […]


Forspoken Review, It Deserves Your Time

Forspoken Review, It Deserves Your Time

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Here is our review of Square Enix’s Forspoken. Is it good? Find out here! Reviewed on PlayStation 5 Discourse and Prologue Despite middling reviews, Forspoken has been a big talking point over the last month or so. After dropping a demo that did not quite manage to show off the game’s better qualities, rumors of […]


Clunky Hero Review

Clunky Hero Review

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A budget Metroidvania captures the fun of dungeon crawling exploration. Clunky Hero delivers almost all of the charm for a quarter of the price. Clunky Hero is out now! For #Steam #Gog #Linux #xbox #playstation #nintendoswitch! Go to https://t.co/S1EhWvMHw0 to find all the stores URLs, or simply search for "Clunky Hero" on your favorite one! […]


High on Life Review – Aw Jeez

High on Life Review – Aw Jeez

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Our spoiler-free review delves into High on Life’s questionable game experience. Fans of Justin Roiland’s iconic Rick and Morty show undoubtedly upped the hype surrounding High on Life’s release. Over the years, the show has garnered millions of watchers from its distinctly meta flare and just unironically good self-referential writing. As an enthusiast of the multiversal capers of the drunk grandfather-awkward grandson duo, I was eager […]


Impaler Review: Solid Action Cut Short By Limited Scope

Impaler Review: Solid Action Cut Short By Limited Scope

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Raw, brutal fun that’s hamstrung by a lack of either means or ambition. Here’s our Impaler Review. Back in the 90s, when games were harder to come by, you could play the same damn game a million times without getting bored. People would repeatedly play something like Duke Nukem 3D to discover more secret places. […]



Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Review

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Review

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Generation 9 begins with the newest mainline Pokémon games. A new formula rejuvenates a dominant franchise that has struggled to find its identity. Pokémon GameFreak’s Pokémon games dominated the handheld market for twenty strong years. It is a franchise built on connectivity and interactivity. In more recent years, the franchise has struggled to keep up […]


Pentiment – Review

Pentiment – Review

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Obsidian Entertainment’s newest RPG Pentiment is out! Here’s our review! There are not many things in gaming that get me as excited as Obsidian Entertainment’s original game with heavy RPG elements directed and written by Josh Sawyer. You know, the Josh Sawyer of Fallout New Vegas and Pillars of Eternity fame. So I already knew […]


Review – The Knight Witch

Review – The Knight Witch

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Here is our review for The Knight Witch, a beautiful Metroidvania Shoot’em Up. Review copy provided by publisher Team17 and reviewed on PC. Intro I don’t even know how to start this review, outside of I, really, really loved The Knight Witch by Super Awesome Hyper Dimension Mega Team (great name by the way). It […]


Review – Goat Simulator 3

Review – Goat Simulator 3

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Objectively the greatest game ever made, again! Here’s our Goat Simulator 3 review. G.o.a.T. Part 2 or Part 3? It is finally here, the long-awaited next sequel to the 2014 classic Goat Simulator. And after way too many DLCs and skipping an entry, we got Goat Simulator 3. The first open-world Goat-type game. And it […]


Review: Honey, I Joined a Cult

Review: Honey, I Joined a Cult

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Honey, I Joined a Cult: Rimworld meets Rollercoaster Tycoon, what could go wrong? I think the title of Honey, I Joined a Cult is a tiny bit misleading. Because this is not a fun adventure in which you join a bizarre cult and uncover various misgivings. No, you are the one founding the cult and […]


Tactics Ogre Reborn – Review, A Remastered Classic

Tactics Ogre Reborn – Review, A Remastered Classic

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Here is our review of what is still not only one of the best Tactical RPGs of all time but easily one of the best games ever made, Tactics Ogre Reborn. Let Us Cling Together, Again Confession time, this review won’t be without bias. Ever since Square Enix announced this remake/remaster of Quests 1995s SNES […]


God of War Ragnarök – Review, Spoiler-Free

God of War Ragnarök – Review, Spoiler-Free

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Here is our spoiler-free Review of God of War Ragnarök. Before we Start For a game that is as high profile as God of War Ragnarök, it feels a little scary to review because you’ll step on someone’s foot eventually. I want to preface now that I enjoyed God of War Ragnarök a lot more […]


Potion Permit Review – Tread Lightly

Potion Permit Review – Tread Lightly

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Potion Permit has been out for a bit, but here is our late but full review of the life simulator! Apologies! We wanted to get this review out in time, but due to some technical issues, we were not able to. A weird issue with the game’s framerate caused nausea after just playing for a […]


Live by the Sword: Tactics – Review

Live by the Sword: Tactics – Review

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Let’s review Live by the Sword: Tactics, a tactical RPG that recently came out of Early Access. The Strategy RPG Genre If you list Tactics Ogre and Final Fantasy Tactics as some of your significant inspirations, you have some big shoes to fill. And if you played those two in particular, you’ll see exactly what […]


Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Review

Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Review

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Tale Worlds Epic Medival Simulator is leaving Early Access; we took an extensive look at the title and will tell you if it was worth the wait in our Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Review. After 10 Long Years Mount & Blade is a franchise that has existed for over a decade and has developed […]


WoW Wrath of the Lich King Classic Review

WoW Wrath of the Lich King Classic Review

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This is probably what everyone has waited for, right? The most iconic MMORPG expansion ever was finally remade. Here are our opinions! Warcraft 3 Part 3? So in preparation for the Wrath of the Lich King Classic release, I went back and played some of Warcraft 3 to jog my memory of what events made […]


Session Review – A Skateboarding Sim

Session Review – A Skateboarding Sim

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The highly anticipated Skate Sim Session has just left early access. We take the title for a ride and see it delivers on the promise of being the most realistic skating sim yet. Out the gate, I have to say if you’re looking to buy Session you should probably temper your expectations. The title was […]


Should You Play Cyberpunk 2077 in 2022 – Returning to Night City

Should You Play Cyberpunk 2077 in 2022 – Returning to Night City

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The Netflix anime Cyberpunk 2077: Edgerunners has everyone talking about Cyberpunk 2077 again. So let’s try and re-review the title. Afterlife This review contains minor early game story spoilers Cyberpunk 2077’s launch is one of the most recent examples of how a combination of too much hype with just the right amount of corporate interference […]


Sunday Gold Review: An Average Day in Central London Simulator

Sunday Gold Review: An Average Day in Central London Simulator

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Sunday Gold invites the player into a fascinating crossover between an adventure game and an RPG set in the London of a not-so-distant future. Is it worth your time? Check out our Review! Pregaming Honestly, I’m ashamed that this title somehow flew under my radar and I’d also like to ask my dear colleagues to […]


Death Stranding Review, a Game (Pass) For the Ages

Death Stranding Review, a Game (Pass) For the Ages

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As Death Stranding hits Gamepass, it’s worth going back and checking out this gem. Here’s our Death Stranding Review for all of you lucky enough to be trying it for the first time. The Hideo Kojima Game Not many in the gaming sphere have quite a name like Hideo Kojima, a man whose name is […]


Thymesia Reviews, The Devil May Cry of Soulslike

Thymesia Reviews, The Devil May Cry of Soulslike

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Thymesia is a grueling action-RPG in the vein of that Souls-like genre that everyone loves so much. And is probably one of the tightest experiences I had in quite a while. Here’s our Thymesia review on OverBoard Studio’s upcoming masterpiece. Souls-like in DNA, Capcom in the Soul Oh boy, this is gonna make some people […]


Rumbleverse Review  – Fortnite meets Wrestlemania

Rumbleverse Review – Fortnite meets Wrestlemania

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Lahftel takes a closer look at Epic’s latest Battle Royale offering; Rumbleverse. Rumbleverse released on August 11 and.. well its fun? Not sure what else I should tell you about a new Battle Royale game that does things just different enough to be a lot more entertaining than the rest! The lights go bright! Career’s […]


Sea of Thieves Review 2022: Be More Pirate

Sea of Thieves Review 2022: Be More Pirate

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Does Sea of Thieves still hold up in 2022? Yes, it does, let’s get that out of the way, as long as you know what you’ll be getting out of it. Find out why in our Sea of Thieves Review 2022. Setting Sails with Issues Sea of Thieves was Rare’s first major title after experimenting […]


Sweet Transit Early Access Preview – Getting Steamy in the City

Sweet Transit Early Access Preview – Getting Steamy in the City

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Transportation and City Sim Sweet Transit launches strong into Early Access. Here are Lahftel’s thoughts after a weekend with the title. Damn, I really, really like trains. I did not know what exactly Sweet Transit was until I installed it, honestly, had I known what it was before I would’ve already stood in line on […]


Session: Skate Sim Preview – A Love Letter to Street Skating

Session: Skate Sim Preview – A Love Letter to Street Skating

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Session: Skate Sim is currently in early access, ESTNN’s Lahftel offers a preview of the upcoming title. Crea-ture Studios Session will leave early access soon and is already the best virtual skateboarding game on the market. “Wow it really feels like I’m bad at Skateboarding!” Okay, I’ll rip that band-aid off immediately. Session is not […]


Stray Review – 9 Out of 10 Cats, a Meowsive Achievement

Stray Review – 9 Out of 10 Cats, a Meowsive Achievement

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Stray is a video game, where you play a cat. If you have any questions about why the internet loves it, you clearly must be new here. But here at ESTNN’s, our very own Lahftel gives you his very important thoughts, musings on life, and other fun stuff in our Stray Review. Just Feline Things […]


Neon White Review, Genre Defying Excellence

Neon White Review, Genre Defying Excellence

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I spent the better part of two weeks plowing through Neon White. The fact that I got all the achievements and hunted some world records should give you a good idea of what I think about it. The First Person Platformer You’ll probably look at Neon White and think what the hell it actually is. […]


Diablo Immortal Review, A Diablo-olical Monetization Hellscape

Diablo Immortal Review, A Diablo-olical Monetization Hellscape

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Now that Diablo Immortal is out, we’ve already seen some pushback against the microtransactions from the wider community. But let’s try to figure out who Diablo Immortal is actually for, and how it stacks up against the competition. See our Diablo Immortal Review below to see our thoughts. Just a Mobile Game It has been […]



Elden Ring Review, The Best Soulsborne Yet?

Elden Ring Review, The Best Soulsborne Yet?

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Lahftel gives his final thoughts on FromSoftware’s latest title in our Elden Ring Review. I know I know, I’m late. But Elden Ring turned out to be quite the feast of a game. Took me around 90 hours to finish, so let me regale you with my very important opinion about it. FromSoftware Magic Now […]


Nacon RIG 500 Review & 700 Pro Review

Nacon RIG 500 Review & 700 Pro Review

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RIG drops its next line of gaming headsets, with the wired 500 Pro HX and wireless 700 Pro HX, but how do they fare in the busy headset market? With the latest generation of Xbox released, RIG is looking to tap into that growing market. It’s a popular space, but as gaming continues to grow, […]