Category: Reviews

Lies of P Review

Twisting the existing tale of Pinocchio to its own dark and sordid ends, Lies of P emerges as a worthy newcomer to the Soulslike stage. Turns out there’s a new contender for the crown!

Affogato Review

In the city of eternal twilight, the most important person is the coffee-slinging barista. Whether it’s the magic of cards or the chemistry of caffeination, Affogato’s out to save the city, one latte at a time.

Remnant II Review

Gunfire Games returns to the world of Remnant with exactly the kind of sequel a fan of the first game would want. Now if only it could get storytelling up to the same quality.

Arcadian Atlas Review

Arcadian Atlas weaves a treacherous and intriguing tale about a dysfunctional royal family in the Kingdom of Arcadia. Its simplistic and familiar tactical turn-based combat and a narrative focus with character development makes this indie title a decently enchanting experience.

Tails of Iron Review

Once upon a time, brave prince Redgi set out on a quest to save his kingdom and free his subjects. Join us for an adventure featuring rats, frogs, and one very familiar narrator.

Final Fantasy XVI Review

Highly anticipated Final Fantasy XVI exceeds many of its expectations. Focusing on action and world building, this spellbinding tale of Eikons is a magnificent entry for fans and newcomers alike.

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Soulvars Review

Soulvars is a soulless grind of an RPG where turn-based skill swapping mechanics similar to a deck of cards is the only entertainment value the title offers. The lack of story and character development provides a hollow experience.

Darkest Dungeon II Review

Battered and broken, here lies the tear stained review for Darkest Dungeon II. Noted for its difficulty, is there enough balance and change to create a fresh take to the indie gem that came before it. Read on to find out.