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...
Perception Review

Perception Review

Are You Afraid Of The Dark? Being a blind woman in a haunted house should be terrifying. That darkness won’t go away just because you shine a flashlight on something. You are hopelessly mired in murk, only able to tell what is around you by the hot breath on the back...
The Surge Review

The Surge Review

No Darkness, No Soul While even the worst games in FromSoftware’s Souls series are pretty good, it would be an understatement to say that most of them are not technical masterpieces. These game were meticulously planned, down to the last detail, to work under very...
Outlast 2 Review

Outlast 2 Review

Slow-Simmered Horror Perfection The first Outlast was something of a critical darling. Many viewed it as a revolutionary horror game with a unique setting and novel premise. As a lifelong survival horror nut, though, I walked away from it with a feeling of...
Flinthook Review

Flinthook Review

Couldn’t Get Hooked If you still haven’t gotten around to watching Flinthook’s intro, I highly recommend you do so now. It’s a beautiful piece of sprite art, a cinematic that will remind the older among you of some of the best 90s cartoons, and which perfectly sets...