Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force Review

Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force Review

One Dimensional, Unlikeable Characters in Predictable Plot Land Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force (FFF) is a long, tedious slog of an RPG, filled with the same trope characters that inhabit many an uninspired game and anime. Expect to spend a lot of time with lazy guy,...
In the Darkness of the Sea Review

In the Darkness of the Sea Review

Sticking to the Shallows In the Darkness of the Sea is a short, free narrative game where you play a child sailing a boat on a dark, stormy night. I’ve always been fascinated by the sea at night, the silent terror of waves coming as if from nowhere, the endless...
Heroes Evolved Review

Heroes Evolved Review

More LOL Than LoL The world of MOBAs is in the same place today as MMOs were about five years ago, where one game in the genre has become so successful that, rather than building on its basic premise and doing something original, most competitors seem content with...
Minions, Monsters, and Madness Review

Minions, Monsters, and Madness Review

An Amazingly Average Adventure There’s something nostalgic about old Flash games. Game developers used the platform to hone their skills, learning how to make better games in record time. Minions, Monsters, and Madness perfectly encapsulates this feeling, right down...
Laraan Review

Laraan Review

We’re on a mission from God. After making a poor first impression via an opening crawl banging on about some pseudo-biblical nonsense (your character’s name is Zoah, geddit?…because it’s like Noah but with the “N” turned ar-oh forget it), Laraan sets you...
Kitten Squad Review

Kitten Squad Review

Binding of Isaac, but relatively less guilt? How you feel about this game will probably depend a lot on how you feel about PETA. Some people may see this as a noble game intending to educate children about real dangers affecting animals. Others may point out that PETA...