Hob Review

In the early scenes, a terrible misfortune falls on a nameless, silent humanoid adventurer. In an attempt to open a pathway, he is poisoned after touching a semi-organic and very hostile blight. His s…

Perception Review

  Two hours into my playthrough of Perception, a first-person horror game where you embody a young blind woman who uses echolocation to see the world around her, I discovered the story of a chara…

Tales of Berseria Review

amco’s Tales franchise is the black sheep of the long-running JRPG franchises that still thrives today. It doesn’t have the notoriety or critical acclaim of something like Final Fantasy or Dragon Ques…

Loot Rascals Review

I never once doubted that Hollow Pond, developer of the quirky sci-fi roguelike Loot Rascals, was made up of talent (from projects like Hohokum and Adventure Time) as soon as I laid eyes on it. The bi…

Night in the Woods Review

“A Blueness, A Youness, A Dankness, A Thankness.” Sometimes a positive outlook and reassurance that things are going to be okay can be comforting, but sometimes I’ve found that a bit of realism with a…