Peace, Death! Review

Has this ever happened to you? You’re sitting at home, having a nice evening on the couch with your pet and your TV, and BAM. You’re hungry. So you go to the fridge to satiate your rumbling tummy but, alas – no food. So you pick up the phone and make some calls about securing dinner, but wouldn’t you…

The Darkside Detective Review

Our story takes us down a shadowed path. A path so dark, it needs three creams and three sugars before most people can even consider drinking it. But Detective McQueen isn’t most people. He takes his coffee black; his cases bizarre. Follow him as he takes the path leading down the rabbit hole, leading him to solve the creepy…

Gunkatana: Really shouldn’t be running with that

Preface This is an early demo. This review will be based on its current state. Certain bugs and issues will hopefully be fixed. Please keep this in mind. Gameplay Welcome to a fast-paced, carnage-filled, neon battle arena known as Gunkatana. The combat is really satisfying with the classic one-shot-one-kill rule to add extra tension. You have a laser blaster…

Mandagon Review: A Father’s Sacrifice

Wow. Every once in awhile, you find a game that resonates with you on a spiritual level. A game that entices the mind, pleases the senses, and awakens the soul. As cliche as it sounds, it’s true – the medium is capable of helping the gamer reach a higher plane of understanding and can really move the player emotionally.…

I AM THE HERO: First Impressions With A Black Eye

Let’s take a trip back to 1987, a game entitled Double Dragon had just been released as a coin-operated arcade side-scrolling beat-em-up. The genre was still in its infancy: gamers are set up against an absurd amount of enemies that required a higher level of skill in order to progress through the storyline. Many, many kids and teenagers were…

Pixel Art in Indie Games: Moving backwards on purpose

I’m sure you’ve noticed. It seems like pixel art is a popular element among indie games. The choice to use retro graphics can seem unoriginal at times, no matter how well done the artwork is. With today’s rapid advances in technology, video game graphics are getting more and more lifelike. So why is pixel art so common? Why are…

Mustache in Hell – A Twin-Stick Shooters Trip Through Hell

Intro / Story Officer John Mustache awakens to find himself in a strange place, a limbo, and needs to make a deal with the Reaper in order to regain control of his life. After realizing his mortality, John is tasked with obtaining specific cubes of power; guarded by mythological creatures. He will have to venture through different levels of…

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