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Untitled Goose Game Review

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]

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Review

Let’s face it. Nintendo has a monopoly on all of our nostalgia due to all of the beloved titles they’ve released over the years. They are the Disney of the video game world and they know it. One of the biggest fan favorites is the Legend of Zelda series. I remember back in my childhood spending countless hours playing A Link to the Past and Link’s Awakening. While the former got ...[Read More]

The Long Journey Home Review

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]

The Long Journey Home

One destination. Endless adventures. Where will this journey take you? There are a million worlds in the galaxy. Only one of them is Home. It was supposed to be a short test run – a quick flight to Alpha Centauri and back. But when mankind’s first experimental jump drive goes wrong, you and your crew find yourselves trapped on the wrong side of the galaxy. Now, you are entirely on your own – a...[Read More]

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

EXPLORE A REIMAGINED KOHOLINT ISLAND IN ONE OF THE MOST BELOVED GAMES IN THE LEGEND OF ZELDA SERIES Link has washed ashore on a mysterious island with strange and colorful inhabitants. To escape the island, Link must collect magical instruments across the land and awaken the Wind Fish. Explore a reimagined Koholint Island that’s been faithfully rebuilt in a brand-new art style that will entice ...[Read More]

Redeemer: Enhanced Edition

Brutal, bloody beat-’em-up action without compromise. A true resurrection of this popular genre. Intensive top-down action: Subdue your opponents with a wide range of firearms and melee weapons such as knives, truncheons, fire axes, hammers, and much more. Brutal close combat: Use your abilities as a mercenary to tame your opponents. You have at your disposal brutal fighting techniques, ...[Read More]

Atomicrops Review

Atomicrops is one of the more interesting games I’ve played as of late. Developed by Bird Bath Games and published by Raw Fury, it features some interesting gameplay. Atomicrops has some classic farming like in Stardew Valley, with some intense fights and RNG found in Enter the Gungeon. Between the mix of the two, this rogue-lite game has fully grasped my attention.

Atomicrops

Atomicrops is an action-packed roguelite farming simulator where you must cultivate and defend the last farm in the post-apocalypse wasteland. Farm mutated crops, marry townsfolk, and kill every mutant creature that tries to invade!

Hands on with Smash Ultimate Banjo and Kazooie

Super Smash Bros. Smash Ultimate has just added Banjo and Kazooie to the lineup, bringing some classic N64 vibes. After playing with the character for a bit, I can tell they’re full of nostalgia and new gameplay. Not only this, but the map Spiral Mountain has been added, alongside the track Mumbo’s Mountain.

Solo: Islands of the Heart Review

Solo: Islands of the Heart is a new and adorable Nintendo Switch game. Filled with puzzles, pondering questions, and a romance vibe, the game hits you on a sort-of contemplative level.

The Church in the Darkness Review

The Church in the Darkness is an action stealth game that takes place in 1977. You infiltrate a religious cult to save your nephew, with guards around every corner. Personally, this game wasn’t my favorite genre, but there are some fantastic parts that make up for it.

Pokémon Sword and Shield: Game Freak pulls back Curtain on game in latest Direct.

The world of Pokémon is about to get a whole lot more expansive, and today, Game Freak revealed a collection of new Pokémon and Trainers that players will encounter in the Galar Region.

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