Vaporum has just been released on the Nintendo Switch, is a grid-based dungeon crawling game by Fatbot Games, and is steampunk themed. The game is nostalgic in some essences, and brings a Bioshock and Legend of Grimlock feel. If you are feeling up for the challenge, Vaporum is for you!
Moondrop has just released their new game through Modus called Degrees of Separation. Going in I knew the game would be tantalizing with puzzles and beautiful artwork, but the game is so much more.
Tangledeep is a 16-bit dungeon crawler made with the intent of exploring old themes and gameplay that have been lost to time. While nostalgia may be a key component in many players’ experience, there are also frustrating details and a lack of story that keep this game from being a truly great experience. Still, Tangledeep is a game with a lot of love put into it, and while it may not be for ...[Read More]
It has been a few months since 11 bit studios’ juggernaut of a city building/survival game has been out. It was met with mostly warm responses with people praising the throwback to the golden age of city building games (such as: Caesar III, Tropico, Settler 2, Anno1404) while also adding something new. At the time of launch what made people hesitant on dropping money was how short the game was. At...[Read More]
It has been a few years since we have gotten a new addition to the Jagged Alliance series. This particular new addition plans to breathe new life into the franchise to try to reignite the flame that so many fans had with Jagged Alliance 2 while also adapting to what works now. As of writing this review the status for steam seems to average at around mostly negative for this game. Are those reviews...[Read More]
It’s no secret that Nintendo holds a monopoly on many of our childhoods. Developer Game Freak is a huge contributor to that with their ever-popular Pokémon franchise. However, as big as Pokémon is now, few games have had an impact on fans much like the original three versions; Pokémon Red, Pokémon Blue, and Pokémon Yellow. The first two were remade back in 2004 with Pokémon Fire Red and Leaf...[Read More]