Monster Jam: Steel Titans review

Monster Jam: Steel Titans is the latest release in a series of monster truck games that simulate the experience of being a driver in the series. While this game likely isn’t going to win any awards, it offers solid casual fun for fans for monster trucks and racing games in general. In reviewing this game,… Continue reading Monster Jam: Steel Titans review

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows now on Switch!

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows is a tactical action RPG set in a hand drawn 2.5D isometric fantasy world. Previously available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4, it is now conveniently portable on Nintendo Switch! This game perfectly caters to both fans of tactical action RPG games (like Transistor) and narrative-heavy games (like Dragon Age), complete… Continue reading Masquerada: Songs and Shadows now on Switch!

Review – The Surge: The Good, the Bad, and the Augmented (expansion)

The Surge is back and is still as fun as heck. This time the folks at Deck13 have brought to us a western-themed challenge-style expansion in The Good, The Bad, and the Augmented. For those not familiar with The Surge, it sits nicely within the so-called “souls” hardcore action RPG genre and is considered a… Continue reading Review – The Surge: The Good, the Bad, and the Augmented (expansion)

Review: My Memory of Us

My Memory of Us is a 2D adventure from the Polish indie studio, Juggler Games, and published by IMGN.Pro. The game spins a heartfelt tale of friendship based on/within the occupation of Poland during World War II. Interestingly, the storytelling aspect of the game frames it in such a way that some of the terrible… Continue reading Review: My Memory of Us

Review: Armello (on Nintendo Switch)

Armello is a digital fantasy board game developed by League of Geeks. Previously available on other platforms, Armello now finds its way to Switch, and I really feel like this might be one of the best places to play it. The Armello is set in a fantasy realm, where players can choose from a variety… Continue reading Review: Armello (on Nintendo Switch)

Review: The Mooseman

An intriguing title, and an even more intriguing story… The Mooseman is an narrative-driven 2D, adventure from developer Morteshka and published by Sometimes You. If you are looking for touchpoints for this game, this game sits firmly in between the gameplay style of Limbo, and the deep cultural narrative offered by a game like Never Alone.… Continue reading Review: The Mooseman