Diluvion Review

Diluvion Review

Everything Is Not Better Under The Sea   Nothing is scarier than the unknown. When watching horror films many completely ruin any scares after showing the monster aside from cheap jump scares. I have a reoccurring dream where I’m falling underwater, be it...
Warlock’s Tower Review

Warlock’s Tower Review

Game Boy Aestitic On Fleek, Deadass I grew up wanting to be a mailman. I just found it fascinating that you got to bring people joy every day. Then I became an adult. I realized the mailman also brought lots of things I’d grow to hate, like bills, bills, and...
Drifting Lands Early Access Review

Drifting Lands Early Access Review

Early Access Isn’t the Final Frontier Surprisingly, combining a space shoot-’em-up with Diablo-like loot mechanics makes for a decent game, especially when the graphics and soundtrack are some of the best in the genre.  But like most loot-driven...
Alwa’s Awakening Review

Alwa’s Awakening Review

NEStalgia Much like the constant hype machine that is Shovel Knight, Alwa’s Awakening is a retro/NES-inspired Metroidvania that is unapologetically old school, for better or for worse. That said, I quite like Alwa’s Awakening, even more so than Shovel...
Akihabara – Feel the Rhythm Review

Akihabara – Feel the Rhythm Review

*Record Scratch* If you follow my work you’ve seen me review more than a couple of music and rhythm games as I adore them. From Rock Band to Hatsune Miku games to Lumines and lesser known indie games. So believe me when I say that Akihabara – Feel the...