Category: Reviews

Noita Review

Nolla Games’ Noita reaches a high point when players are able to freely lay waste to the game’s playground during their adventures. Unfortunately the game seems somewhat stingy in giving the tools to overcome the highly challenging hurdles that are encountered along the way.

Hades Review

Feeling trapped? Lord of the Underworld got you down? There’s a cure for what ails you and it’s one of the best games of the year.

Vaporum: Lockdown Review

Fatbot Games returns to the Arx Vaporum with a prequel that is able to scratch that first-person dungeon-crawler itch. Only one character can be controlled here, but the tools at her disposal more than make up for the absence of party members.

Moero Crystal H Video Review

Zenox has come to town to find his long-lost father, but instead gets embroiled in a plot around the Bra of Darkness and the Panties of Light. Surrounded by monster girls, can the luckiest pervert find everything he’s looking for?

Moero Crystal H Review

Zenox has come to town to find his long-lost father, but instead gets embroiled in a plot around the Bra of Darkness and the Panties of Light. Surrounded by monster girls, can the luckiest pervert find everything he’s looking for?

Minoria Review

Bombservice’s 2D platformer Minoria, part of the decade-long Momodora series, comes with the series’ staples. A group of nuns face strange creatures and witches for the sake of Ramezia.

Paper Mario: The Origami King Video Review

Our series providing audio-visual versions of our written content continues with Anna Marie Privitere’s review of Paper Mario: The Origami King on Nintendo Switch. Though the series has strayed from its more classic roots, there’s enough of a solid base to crease out a niche between action-platformer and RPG.