Sword & Souls: Neverseen is an interesting take on a the classic RPG and turn-based game styles. Featuring mini-games and a colorful art-style, the game immediately got my attention.
Unrailed is a very cool game that is currently in Early Access. The premise is that you work as a team to create and lay out train tracks for a train that is moving slowly. The scenario, environment, and working materials can change throughout the levels, causing quite a bit of mayhem.
Welcome ladies and gentlemen, Retroark here once again. The Nintendo Switch is one of the few platforms I play on regularly outside of PC. I realized some time ago that as an avid PC gaming enthusiast; The Switch has plenty to offer. Although the Switch may not perform in ways my desktop can graphically, it performs admirably in ways that my desktop couldn’t even hope to. I love my Switch de...[Read More]
Barotrauma is a submarine survival game created by FakeFish and Undertow Games, but published by Daedalic Entertainment. The game relies heavily on multiplayer aspects, along with tight cooperation for success. Communication is key, along with having players do their jobs on the submarine correctly.
Untitled Goose Game by House House, has taken the internet by storm with the adorable and troublesome antics of a rogue goose. It became time to review the game, and it surely did not disappoint! About the Game The entire premise of Untitled Goose Game is causing mayhem as a goose. The only purpose for the goose is this chaos, through a mysterious list telling you what to do (that grows throughout...[Read More]
Puzzle games have always been a favorite of mine, and The Sojourn has been added to the list. Mixing together beautiful graphics and soundtrack with thought-provoking puzzles, the game has become a favorite of mine overnight. While some may be put off by how simplistic it may look, the game has much more depth as you play.
Exploration can be a fun aspect of games for fans to play. However, it must be done in a way that makes the player want to continue the journey. This goes back all the way to the days of pen and paper games that allowed players to use their imagination to build the world around them. Today, we look into The Long Journey Home. Today, game developers have made it possible for RPG fans to immerse the...[Read More]