Saturday, October 24, 2020

Indie Zone

Community Inc. review – The Nadir of a Civilisation

While Community Inc may not be a good game, T4Interactive is a company that is worth watching in the future.

Manticore: Galaxy on Fire review – Merc Those Pirates, Fam!

Manticore: Galaxy on Fire is the space dogfighter you have been waiting for on your favourite portable home console. Whilst it doesn't quite match up to the legendary games of its genre, it's still a solid and very fun experience with very little to moan about

Rise and Shine review

For a game that costs 15 Euro, there is justnot enough game here to justify it and, although what little is there is fun and challenging...

It’s Spring Again review – Unbeleafable Jeff, Its Raining Rain

I have no idea why this game is on Switch. Kids apps, tablets and toys already do this kind of thing...

Spiral Splatter review – “Splat Splat Splat”

For €4.99 there's very little to complain about. However, if you hate 'buzz wire' games you need to put this title in the sea.

Beholder review: Voyeuristic Soviet Fun

The easiest and laziest way to sum up Beholder is with the following equation, Fallout Shelter x Papers Please = Beholder. There are elements...

One Eyed Kutkh review – An Outer Space Odyssey

It beggars belief that, with such a solid foundation in terms of imaginative design, it falls short on offering what could have been a well-executed rival to its comparisons.

NORTH Review – A Haunting Experience

The strange environments and stranger inhabitants combined with a wonderfully creepy soundtrack added up to very disquieting experience. NORTH wasn’t enjoyable, but that seems like the point; it would be unfair to judge it in those terms.

Indie Multiplayer Shooter Velvet Guard launches Kickstarter Campaign

An 18-year-old Swedish Student has launched a Kickstarter Campaign for his multiplayer game, Velvet Guard, where one shot kills so you know the frustration will be real.

The Longest 5 Minutes review: A JRPG Distilled from Better JRPGs

Despite a good start and its many sterling qualities, TL5M is shackled by its temporal premise.