Game Review: Streamline

Streamline is a dynamic and fun online game that really sets itself apart. Unlike other online games, Streamline aims to make spectators part of the game. This streamer friendly title combines Twitch and their own Streamote platform to create a unique experience for players and spectators. Streaming has become a massive industry in within the... Continue Reading →

Game Review: Clustertruck

“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” I am not sure Thomas Edison had Clustertruck in mind when he said that, but it is good to keep in mind. Clustertruck, developed by Landfall Games and published by tinyBuild, is a fast paced and challenging 3D platformer. The premise is very... Continue Reading →

Game Review: Seasons After Fall

It’s a strange place. An ancient forest filled magic and fraught with danger. This is the world created by developer Swing Swing Submarine and published by Focus Home Interactive. Seasons After Fall is a 2D puzzle game. Players must navigate this platformer controlling the seasons to progress through the forest. Seasons after Fall offers players... Continue Reading →

Game Review: The Technomancer (PC, PS4, & Xbox One)

The Technomancer, developed by Spiders and published by Focus Home Interactive, is a futuristic RPG that puts players into the boots of an electricity wielding renegade: Zachariah, the newest indoctrinate into a mysterious group of warriors called the Technomancers. The Technomancers are used to uphold the governance of the corporations that vie for the scarce resources... Continue Reading →

Game Review: Orion Trail

Somewhere between the Oregon Trail and D&D lies Orion Trail. Developed by Schell Games, Orion Trail is a game about intrepid explorers and tough choices. OK, not all the choices are tough some are just hilarious. The choices you make will all have consequences. Consequences that could see you become famously incredible or incredibly dead. Orion Trail takes... Continue Reading →

Game Review: Score Rush Extended (PS4)

This 2D top down shoot ‘em up tests a player’s ability to navigate a bullet ridden landscape and destroy as much as they can. It is simple, it is fun, but it is difficult as hell. Background XONA, the developer behind Score Rush Extended, has a love for retro arcade shooters. "...Games in which score,... Continue Reading →

Game Review: ScreenCheat

Featuring splitscreen gameplay online or in local networks, ScreenCheat is fast-paced and frantic.  All players are invisible, but every player can see the other players' screens, even in online mode. Players are forced to check the other three screens to spot enemy locations, hunt them down and kill them.   It's a unique concept, especially in... Continue Reading →

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