Subsurface Circular

Subsurface Circular

Mind The Gap The surprise release of Subsurface Circular was, well, a surprise. It’s a short, narrative-driven experience developed in-between larger projects and designed to be played in one sitting. For me, these small scale indie efforts have provided some of the...
Paradigm Review

Paradigm Review

Phat Beatsies For Your Feetsies Within a universe consumed by nuclear fallout and the horrors of Liberal Arts degrees, Paradigm hosts a unique blend of the grotesque and the human, the past and the future, and the funny and the disturbing that speaks to the player in...
A Hole New World Review

A Hole New World Review

NES Hard Gets NES Harder Many developers aspire to ‘NES Hard’ – that familiar brutality that many grew up with.  A Hole New World definitely falls into that category, but with the added twist of having to play some segments upside-down. Demons and monsters have...
Desync Review

Desync Review

Tron and Bulletstorm’s Steamy Lovechild Desync is, first and foremost, a supremely awesome looking and sounding game. Heavy synths and neon colours are the order of the day here, and I am totally into it. Think 1980s/ early 1990s condensed into a single art...