3..2..1..Grenades! Review

Local multiplayer shooters can be a tough sell in this day and age, when people are accustomed to online play, and four-player split-screen parties are few and far between. Maze-like level design, cartoonish violence and varied objectives were a huge part of GoldenEye 007, Perfect Dark, Ooga Booga, and even the multiplayer shooter mode in … Continue reading 3..2..1..Grenades! Review

Pony Island Review

Pony Island is more than it seems on the surface, packed with unexpected content and surprises. As a result, there will be minor spoilers in this article. If you plan to play the game, proceed with caution! Bright. Cheery. First impressions aren't always accurate, and such is the case with Pony Island by Daniel Mullins. After purchasing the … Continue reading Pony Island Review

Ori and the Blind Forest Review

Ori and the Blind Forest by Moon Studios has been out for well over a year and has already seen the release of a Definitive Edition for multiple platforms, but I've only now just had the pleasure of playing it. Truthfully, the word pleasure is an understatement, as Ori and the Blind Forest is one of the most … Continue reading Ori and the Blind Forest Review

Developer Spotlight: AwkwardNaut

Today's Developer Spotlight is on AwkwardNaut, a 2-person team based out of Belgium, currently working on the space roguelike Far Ago. Thanks for chatting with me, guys! Can you talk for a minute about who you are, and what Far Ago is all about? Thibaud Gayraud: I'm a Unity game developer, and I started AwkwardNaut … Continue reading Developer Spotlight: AwkwardNaut