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Whispering Willows Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

Keeping all of this in mind, it honestly came as a very small surprise that this was actually a port of an Ouya game. Mixing its short length, unimpressive graphics and generally simplistic gameplay it had the feel of a game made for that device. Luckily the majority of Whispering Willows still makes for a fairly enjoyable experience, even if it is far too brief to recommend at anything other than a sale price. Read More.

Adventures of Pip Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

Adventures of Pip might not be a revolutionary game but it does a lot of things right. It manages to really use its cute sprite graphics to tell a very amusing story. During the first four hours or so I found myself enjoying every moment of the game, especially against the rather simple but enjoyable boss fights. But with even the problems that came after that there was so much fun to be had in these levels that these issues really feel more like a blip in the road than a gamebreaking problem. Read More.

RymdResa Review

By Nicholas Bale ()

RymdResa is a game that does a pretty good job of portraying the loneliness and, yet, peacefulness of space. Over three chapters, you explore the void, avoiding enemies, collecting resources, and just trying to stay alive (which is easier said than done). Frustrating at times, but pleasant in a way, it won't break barriers but is at least something different in the genre. Read More.

Submerged Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

While I do believe that Submerged isn’t the sort of game everyone will love I heartily approve of the experiment. Submerged tries to be an emotional experience of a young girl working to save a dear family member and it succeeds at this. It may be slightly repetitive to some, it may be a bit on the aimless side but it’s also an incredibly soft and relaxing experience I enjoyed every step of the way. Read More.

Never Alone: Foxtales Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

Really Foxtales takes everything I liked about the main game and gets rid of the things I didn’t care for. The bolas? Gone. Sections where my AI partner got me killed? Gone. Constantly running for your life from beasts or environmental threats? Very limited. Foxtales takes the puzzle solving elements and expands them to make a much more compelling experience that lets you sit back, relax and enjoy the experience for what it is - a trip to the stories of another people. Read More.

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Demons Age Set to Release in Early 2016

By Naomi Brown ()

Dark fantasy and RPG games are always tons of fun to play, especially when other party members get involved. But add in a bonus of being able to choose from multiple different ones with different stories and add in the possibility that they might stab me in the back and suddenly I'm morbidly intrigued. Read More.

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