Category - Reviews

Tokyo 42 Review

Tokyo 42 puts you in the shoes of a person framed for assassination. Naturally, to clear your name, you must therefore become… a professional assassin. You’ll be...

Empathy: Path of Whispers Review

At the heart of Empathy: Path of Whispers is the central idea that the world you are in is deserted, all life seemingly extinguished in some massive apocalyptic event...

Pinstripe Review

Pinstripe, from one-man developer Atmos Games, is the latest in the never ending series of somber but introspective indie games. It checks all of the “right” boxes...

Old Man’s Journey Review

The lasting impression that Old Man’s Journey leaves is one of a bittersweet melancholy. A simple point and click game with beautiful rendered 2D landscapes...

Outlast 2 Review

Remembering my experience when I previewed Outlast 2 at E3 last year, I knew I wanted to play this game when it released. I enjoyed the mental asylum location of the...

Little Nightmares Review

Little Nightmares is quite the departure for a studio known for their work on LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway. Gone are the bright colors and upbeat music and in comes the...

Narcosis Review

When we think of deep-sea horror, we often think of monsters – sharks, giant squid, Cthulhu, the like. The term narcosis, however, is a medical one –...

Kona Review

When I learned that Kona was set in my home province of Québec and developed by a Québécois studio, I knew I had to play it, and I knew I had to play it in French. As...