The Crow’s Eye Review

The Crow’s Eye Review

Myst Meets Amnesia: The Dark Descent At risk of sounding like a crotchety old lady, horror games just aren’t what they used to be. Too often, games like Five Nights at Freddy’s (and its many clones) rely on cheap jumpscares to thrill players. I had been...
Styx: Shards of Darkness

Styx: Shards of Darkness

Goblins and Elves and Dwarves, oh my! I will be entirely frank with you all. I absolutely loved the first Styx game. It was dark, well put together, and generally had an uncouth air that poked fun at most tropes of high fantasy games all the while having a serious...
Double Dragon IV Review

Double Dragon IV Review

A Good Beat ‘Em Up That Could Have Been Great Excited didn’t even begin to describe me when I found out that some of the original creators were getting to work making a new, NES-style Double Dragon to celebrate the series’ 30th anniversary. When...
Evangeline Review

Evangeline Review

A Lilly Short “The walking simulator” – the most dreaded of pejoratives in the sphere of indie games. It’s often used to disparage low-key narrative experiences like Dear Esther and Gone Home, and to delegitimize anything that doesn’t prescribe to pre-established...
Gunmetal Arcadia Zero Review

Gunmetal Arcadia Zero Review

Link to the Past [Jeditor’s Note: While this game released last year, we thought it was worth giving it a review now as its sequel just released on Steam as well. The sequel will be getting a review in the coming days.] Gunmetal Arcadia Zero shows shades of...
CAYNE Review

CAYNE Review

In this nightmare, you’re surviving for two While Resident Evil 7: biohazard pulls a sick and torturous twist on the idea of a “Happy Birthday,” CAYNE, by independent developer The Brotherhood, brings this reference full circle. CAYNE is a sci-fi horror...