Sea of Stars Review

Sabotage follows up The Messenger with an astounding RPG.

PAX West 2022: Wordless Preview

A new Metroidvania with a lot to bring to the table.

Crash 4 Its About Time Review

It’s been nearly a decade and some freaks decided to make a new Crash Bandicoot game. I was admittingly not a big fan of the original Crash trilogy when I was a young kid playing PS1 games. I never enjoyed…

Shovel Knight: King of Cards Review

I doubt backers expected back in March of 2013 that the retro-inspired Shovel Knight game they were investing in would continue to expand and grow for so long. The fact that this game has done so, and is now concluding…

The Messenger Review

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

Super Meat Boy Forever Preview: Hello Old Friend.

The whirl of the blades whip past as you race further towards your destruction. Sliding, running, leaping, and tumbling your way toward the end, whether that be your own short but extraordinary life or a successful completion of the level…

The Messenger Preview: Blown Away Gaiden

Walking away from The Messenger, I am left genuinely and thoroughly shaken. Not in an uncomfortable way, in a way that leaves me chomping at the bit to spend more time with this game. No demo before has left me…

Preview: Light Fall’s Summoning & Platforming

A new and tricky platformer from Bishop Games.

Celeste Review

Celeste spawned from Matt Thorson, and Noel Berry making Celeste in PICO-8. From there, they felt inspired to create a full release based off of this game. Both tasks in Celeste Classic (2015) and Celeste (2018) are very similar. It…

PAX East 2013: Shovel Knight Preview

So as I have said in the past that the Indie Mega Booth is my favorite part of PAX, and again it stands as the victor again this year. My current favorite game of PAX is a little indie gem…