Etherborn Review

Etherborn immediately creates an otherworldly feeling with it’s bleak atmosphere and visual presentation. This feeling of a world not of our own translates into the game’s platforming gameplay to make for a satisfying, yet short experience.   In Etherborn you’ll explore…

Bloodstained Ritual of the Night Review Discussion

Review Discussions are a new initiative to talk past or beyond a review or in place of a written/video review in a more timely manner. They’re an interview-style discussion hoping to discuss specifically aspects of the game in question that…

Indie Highlights July 2019: Mighty Switch Force! Collection, Ovivo, Lethal League Blaze

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out. These are our picks for July 2019! Edited by: Mike Burgess (@MikeIP_) Mighty Switch Force! Collection…

Stranger Things Season 3: The Game Review

The third season of the Duffer brothers and Netflix’s original series Stranger Things was one that not only further developed beloved characters, but also took risks in embracing its horror themes to deliver a story as good, if not better,…

Slay the Spire is a Magic Drafter’s Dream

My favorite memories of playing Magic the Gathering has always been drafting. You pay an entry fee that is about 3 packs worth of cards. These packs get opened, you take a card from the pile, and pass it around…

Mastery of the Wild FAQ

Master of the Wild is a stream series where Mike Burgess video producer attempts to complete Breath of the Wild on Master Mode! But there’s a few other things going on then just beat Ganon and roll credits.  The streams…

Indie Highlights June 2019: She & the Light Bearer, Verlet Swing, Cadence of Hyrule

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out. These are our picks for June 2019! Edited by: Mike Burgess (@MikeIP_) She & the Light…

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled Review

The nineties was an era of mascots and platformers that either threw bad parties filled with mini games or revved up their go karts to race through fantastical worlds. At the time these games felt almost endless by how many…

Gato Roboto Review

Should cats be given weapons of mass destruction in the form of a mech suit? Gato Roboto doesn’t necessarily answer that question, but makes a case for why it’s fun at least. Gato Roboto is a metroidvania leaning its inspirations…

Indie Highlights May 2019: FAR: Lone Sails, Aggelos, Eastshade

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome Indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out. These are our picks for May 2019! Edited by: Mike Burgess (@MikeIP_)

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission Review

Released in Japanese back in November of 2010, Dragonball Heroes has become a rather popular series of card-based tiles in the arcades. Spawning numerous updates and a quasi-sequel title with Super Dragonball Heroes, it has always been a game I’ve…

SteamWorld Quest Video Review

In the latest entry to the SteamWorld franchise, SteamWorld Quest drops the cowboy hats and pickaxes in exchange for some wizard hats and swords. Image & Form once again take a stab at a new genre as they have with…