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Rezrog Review

by Rach Griffithson 31/05/2017
The word rogue-like seems to be a popular buzzword these days, and can be seen in game descriptions for indie titles far and wide. So the question arises: how do you make a game that has so much in common with of all its rivals stand out? Enter Rezrog, the latest offering from Kasedo Games […]

McDROID Review

by James Buckinghamon 10/05/2016
Usually, when it comes to Tower Defence games my ADD-like attention span kicks in, and my brain shuts down quicker than a sated bear in winter. But Elefantopia have devised a great game that adds a new gameplay element to the tired old TD game type, and it works really, really well. McDROID is the first release […]

Extreme Exorcism: Or “How Craig Lost Even More Of His Social Life.”

by MrCraiggyon 22/09/2015
Hi everyone, Craig here. It’s been a very busy few weeks for me. I’ve been running around a field fighting orcs, I’ve been on jury duty fighting orcs and now I’ve been exploring a 2D haunted house fighting…..orcs? Well, ghosts of orcs, maybe. This is Extreme Exorcism, an Indie 2D platforming shooter from developer Golden […]

War Thunder – PS4

by TheWookieon 15/04/2015
Despite being around for a few years, War Thunder, from Gaijin, made it’s first big impression at E3 2014, showing off some 354 planes and teasing at a Tank battle Beta. (You can read his full review here.) This of course was on the PC and after a few updates we took another look, but […]

Republique: Remastered Review

by Sai Mealingon 13/03/2015
When does an indie game stop being an indie game? This was a question I found myself wondering several times during my playthrough of Republique: Remastered, a full-HD PC and Mac port of the episodic mobile game from 2013. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign that almost didn’t make it, the mobile versions were a massive […]

The Dragon Keep: Good or Bad for The Dragon Age Saga?

by jesshealy24on 25/08/2014
One of the most appealing aspects of Bioware’s RPG games has to be the ability to carry multiple saves (and with it, the choices you may make throughout the narrative) on to the latest chapter of a particular saga. To many, a particular game that has prided itself on such a trait has been the […]

Exit of the Pudding Face: The Sims 4 Create-A-Sim Demo.

by jesshealy24on 17/08/2014
On Thursday EA released the demo for their highly anticipated instalment of everyone’s favourite life-simulation series The Sims 4, to the general public through Origin. While this is only the Create-A-Sim aspect of the game which is to be released next month, fans can now get a sneak peek of a hefty number of revamped […]

The Curse of Naxxramas

by Lendosanon 09/08/2014
"There are a grand total of thirty additional cards have been included in the Curse of Naxxramas release, which allows for a lot of customisation within the decks."

Stillalive Studios Help Distribute Son of Nor

by James Buckinghamon 04/06/2014
Game developer stillalive studios today announced that it has partnered with Viva Media and bitComposer Entertainment to provide distribution and  promotional support for their upcoming game,Son of Nor for Windows, Mac and Linux. “Viva Media and bitComposer provide essential services that are very appealing to independent game developers such as ourselves,” said Julian Mautner, Lead Engineer and Founder […]

5 PopCap games for under £1!

by Andrew Corbanon 08/03/2014
Last week The Humble Store gave us an impressive deal on some AAA titles. This week‘s titles are from the casual end of the gaming spectrum but the deal is no less noteworthy, for multiple reasons. You can pay what you want for the five basic titles in the bundle (Peggle Deluxe, Bejeweled 3, Bookworm […]