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  • First Look: Among Trees (Early Access)

    Aadil takes a first look at Among Trees, now in early access. A survival game with a beautiful aesthetic, think Fire Watch meets wandering around searching for the next mushroom to survive until morning....
  • A Fold Apart Review (Steam)

    A Fold Apart is very relatable, especially in an age where long-distance relationships are more and more common. A teacher and an architect meet and fall in love; time passes, the architect moves away to work on his dream job in the city, designing and building a massive building...
  • Someday You’ll Return Review (PC)

    Someday You’ll Return pitches itself as a horror puzzle game, doing itself a massive disservice it tries to cram too many ideas in leaving the player scratching their head wanting answers they don’t receive. It’s the first game by CBE software (a small two-person studio from the Czech Republic)...
  • Superliminal Review (PC)

    “Hello my name is Dr. Glenn Pierce”, these words echo through the game. Who is he, you ask? He’s the face of the “SomnaSculpt” dream therapy programme, which helps people deal with their problems. You start watching a cheesy commercial to the sounds of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. As the...
  • Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones (PC)

    This was going to be a review; however, I got very stuck finding myself unable to progress. So instead this will be my first impressions on Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones. Stygain is a Lovecraftian point and click RPG and it sure has some style. You start in...
  • Neo Cab Review

    The world is full of cyberpunk stories. The genre has had a resurgence in recent years. Altered Carbon, Mutant Year Zero and the development of Cyberpunk 2077 have kept it firmly in our minds. This doesn’t look to stop either with plenty of new smaller stories occupying a space...
  • Untitled Goose Game

    Untitled Goose Game – Review (Maybe… We’ll see how far I get in writing this before I hit a depressive mood and stop)   Geese are bastards. You know it, I know it, and this beautiful game knows it.   I wasn’t sure what to expect from Untitled Goose...
  • Islanders Review

    Islanders may have the city builder tag on Steam but it’s much more than that, and a whole lot less. Described by Grizzly Games, who develop and publish the game, as a minimalist strategy game; it’s a seriously stripped back settlement builder. Minimalism extends all through Islanders. From its...
  • Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

    I’m new to the Ghost Recon franchise, and, having missed previous entries in the series, it wasn’t really on my radar until I had a chance to try out the first closed Beta. Even then, as much as I enjoyed the sizable portion of the map and missions available...