Spud’s Quest – Review

developed by Chris Davis I remember the days when games were less about distractions, smoke and mirrors, and slick next gen graphics, and were much more about engaging players through thoughtful gameplay and modest but charming low-res graphics… even if … Continue reading

Volgarr The Viking – Review

Volgarr The Viking developed by Crazy Viking Studios The year was 1987.  I was 11 years old and I remember walking into a local convenience store and seeing a brand new arcade cabinet baring the image of a Conan-like figure … Continue reading

SteamWorld Dig (3DS) – Review

SteamWorld Dig developed by Image & Form Let me start this review with it’s conclusion.  I think what we have here is proof that Nintendo needs to be more receptive to, and provide easier access for, indie developers and small … Continue reading

Aces Wild: Manic Brawling Action – Review

Aces Wild developed by (Tyler Doak) Culture Attack Studio I’ve got a confession to make.  I love videogames!  There I said.  Well, maybe I should elaborate a little.  Aces Wild is the type of game that could make you fall … Continue reading