Category: Reviews

The Thaumaturge Review

Fool’s Theory is taking players back to Poland in the early 1900s to tackle a family mystery during Russian occupation. Fortunately for them, there’s a stable of spirits at their beck and call to lend a hand.

Granblue Fantasy: Relink Review

A mobile game turned fighting game and now an action RPG, Granblue Fantasy: Relink takes Gran and his crew on another epic adventure. Thrilling cutscenes, narrative, and action packed combat make this a wonderful, albeit short, experience.

Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader Review

Owlcat Games tries to pull off another engrossing CRPG that encapsulates a beloved tabletop universe. Does Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader’s deep world-building and story-telling do enough to override the multitude of bugs that plague it?

Atlas Wept Review

Atlas Wept is a retro-styled humanist adventure bringing a few twists to some classic RPG gameplay. Its dozen hours provide a touching story and worthwhile overall experience.

Crymachina Review

Crymachina Review

Crymachina is at its best when the focus is solely on the relationships between its characters, but convoluted story and systems lessen its emotional impact. Add in excessive grinding and dull presentation and it makes this sci-fi action RPG tough to recommend.

My Time at Sandrock Review

Pathea Games returns to its rebuilding post-apocalyptic world with My Time at Sandrock. The game certainly doesn’t skimp on the content, making for another pleasing entry in the life sim genre.

In Stars and Time Review

Who would want to replay the same day over and over again? InsertDisc5’s In Stars and Time asks players to take care of their mental health before plunging into this emotional adventure.

The Last Faith Review

The Last Faith marries elements of Metroidvania gameplay with Soulslike combat into an overall package that certainly looks divine. We take a look to see if it’s the genre’s second coming or just another false idol.

Baldur’s Gate III Review

Larian Studios took its time with Baldur’s Gate III, and certainly didn’t skimp on its content. After taking some time ourselves to fully digest it, we are ready to offer thoughts on the very impressive release product.