Bearslayer Early Access Review

Bearslayer Early Access Review

Jumping with joy According to Wikipedia (don’t judge me; it’s not like we don’t all use it daily anyway), “Bearslayer” is an epic nineteenth-century poem by Latvian poet, Andrejs Pumpurs, and tells the story of Lāčplēsis; a dashing young hero, chosen by the Gods to...
Not Dying Today Review

Not Dying Today Review

The side-scrolling dead The pitched description for Not Dying Today is probably not going to immediately win you over. A 2D side-scrolling action game set in the zombie apocalypse? It’s not like we haven’t seen that before. However, the slick design and creative...
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...
TankCraft Steam Pile Review

TankCraft Steam Pile Review

No Tanks TankCraft only costs a single dollar on the Steam Store but, if anything, this should instead be recognized as a telling sign for the game’s tacky production quality. Snowdon Game’s fifth title, originally released for mobile, boasts a strong premise (who...
Space Hotel Steam Pile Review

Space Hotel Steam Pile Review

Failien Isolation I don’t blame NHLislive for taking unapologetic inspiration from Alien Isolation. Creative Assembly’s brilliant horror-survival experience is beloved by many precisely because of the genius of its core concept; in which you are hunted in a confined...