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...
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...
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...