Indie Highlights Episode 3: Planet Alpha, The Spectrum Retreat, Donut County

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! By: Mike Burgess (@MikeHitstheWall) Games and Platforms played on and links to the games website if…

Victor Vran: Overkill Edition

There are whispers on the wind that your fellow hunters have been called to a besieged city only to never return. That demons, monsters, and creatures that send shivers down your spine have ransacked and terrorized those still holed up…

Marvel’s Spider-Man Review

While Marvel Studios continues to dominate the movie market. It’s been a long time since the heroes have taken over the gaming space. Marvel’s Spider-Man not only brings this iconic hero back to gaming, but builds the best representation of…

State of Mind Review

With it’s eye-catching visual style, State of Mind will intrigue you as it introduces you to its future dystopian world. But it’s interesting sci-fi thriller story will keep you asking questions, for better or for worse. State of Mind introduces…

The Gardens Between Review

Everyone had that one friend when they were growing up who was ride or die. You were as thick as thieves, and no matter what you were there for each other when things got rough. Over time as you both…

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review

It’s the smells and sounds of a place that brings you back to it first. The clangs, creaks, and aches that are unique and vibrant to each individual location. It’s home. Nothing else connects to the soul of who you…

Fire Pro Wrestling World Review

In 1996, pro wrestling video games changed forever. Syn Sophia, known at the time as The Man Breeze, and eventually canonized in video game legend as AKI Corporation, would introduce North America to a 3D wrestling sim designed to recreate…

The Messenger Review

Sabotage’s first title is a tour de force in action platforming.

Narcosis Review

The base of the ocean is large and brimming with life, but it’s an ecosystem we don’t frequent as people, at least I’m certainly not taking trips down there. Because of that much, it can at times feel like a…

Pixel Ripped 1989 Review

Alex takes a dive into Dot’s world with this PSVR review

Flipping Death Review

Have you ever wondered what life would be like in the afterlife? Flipping Death tries to give you an idea of what a day in the life of Death might be like in this 2D puzzle platforming adventure game. Flipping…

MotherGunship Review

A painting doesn’t have to be as complex as Basch’s The Last Judgement to be beautiful. Almost 300 years later, Picasso’s Cubism used simple shapes and colors to create affecting works. Art has always been more about what a creator…