Month: August 2018

Gorogoa – Quick Review

Gorogoa is an artistic puzzle game that is laid out on a square with four images. The player must delve deeper into each image to find connections with each other. Guide the young boy across various religious and spiritual themes...

/ August 18, 2018
Robbotto

Robbotto – Review

Robbotto is an arcade platformer akin to classics such as the original Mario Bros. Powerdown all enemy robots in each level to move on to the next (and there are 100 levels, so that’s a lot of robots to powerdown)....

/ August 17, 2018

Minit – Quick Review

Minit is a 2D top-down adventure game with a little twist: You only get 60 seconds to explore until you are sent back to your home in order to try again. That may sound ridiculous, but your progress will carry...

/ August 11, 2018

Flat Heroes – Review

Flat Heroes has you playing as a square, dodging incoming projectiles throughout over 300 levels. Whilst this game may seem a little one-dimensional (pun absolutely intended), does it have enough under the surface to be regarded as a great game?...

/ August 7, 2018

Dead Cells – Review

Dead Cells is a procedurally-generating roguelike metroidvania title that features stunning pixelated graphics and smooth combat. Fight your hardest, but be warned that once you die, you’ll need to start from the beginning. Is Motion Twin’s Dead Cells a rewarding...

/ August 6, 2018

Super Smash Bros. Direct Happening on August 8

Fans have been waiting for the next Nintendo Direct, and whilst we may have been expecting a regular Direct, a Super Smash Bros. focused Direct is still exciting! The Direct will be hosted by Masahiro Sakurai himself and will go...

/ August 5, 2018
Undertale

Undertale Switch Japan Release Date & Collector’s Edition Announced

Amazon Japan recently listed Undertale on Switch for a September 15 release date, which has just been officially confirmed. The digital eShop version will be priced at 1,500¥ and the physical version that includes a story booklet will be priced...

/ August 2, 2018