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Bite Sized Reviews: Mini Continental Saga

I love trying out games that veer off the beaten path, and Mini Continental Saga is one of the weirdest games I've played this year. It's not half bad either! It won't win any prizes for graphics or the interface, but it's an enjoyable, semi-unique game with plenty to offer!

Some games are weird. That’s a good thing. I’ve played a ton of weird games in my time. Fable, Black and White, Elex, Biomutant, the Spellforce franchise, Spore, and The Stanley Parable are just a few. So when I saw Mini Continental Saga’s release, I was surprised to see it had no reviews at all. […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: USC Counterforce

This review is a while overdue, so apologies for that! Today I feature the awesome Early Access title USC: Counterforce, an extraction tactics RPG with a massive amount of potential!

This impressions review is a long time coming. 2023 has been a wild year for the gaming industry, both good and bad. On one side, we’ve had many great games. This has come at a heavy cost to the gaming industry, with growing concerns regarding layoffs, mass acquisitions and certain developer engines making awful business […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Sea of Stars

This took me longer than I wanted to write, but life gets in the way! Got my thoughts on JRPG hit Sea of Stars to share with you all today.

This took me longer than I would have liked. The last few months have been intense on a personal and hobbyist level. Lots of things happening behind the scenes, most of it health-related. I haven’t been able to create as much content as I would like. It sucks, but it is life. On the plus […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Fae Farm

Fae Farm launches on September 8th for Steam, consoles and the Nintendo Switch. I've been playing a ton of different games lately, and Fae Farm might just be for you!

It’s a strange experience when our gaming tastes change. Ten years ago perhaps, I was all in on The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Fable. I still live and breathe those games to this day, but I’ve branched out a lot in the last few years. Farming sims, walking simulators and virtual novels are all genres I’ve […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Videoverse

It's challenging to write my impressions on a game that's best experienced while playing it, but I'll try my best! Videoverse is awesome so far, so I hope you enjoy my rambles on it!

Video game forums are a relic of older times. These days, we’ve got new methods of keeping up with countless video game communities. Reddit subs and Discord channels have taken over from dedicated forum websites, and while they still exist, they are a dying breed. I did not participate in video game forums much when […]

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Gamedev Interview: Homeseek

Got a new interview to share with you all today! Reviews are slow but ongoing, I'll have more updates for that in the coming days. For now, here's an interview with the developers of Homeseek!

A new interview for you today! Things are pretty hectic on my end, but I should be able to give a major update soon. Homeseek is a gritty, post-apocalyptic survival game developed by Greek studio Traptics. I’m working on my impressions review for this brutal game, but in the meantime, I got to interview Mike, […]

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Indie Corner Episode 36: Some Updates, and other Animals

Kept you waiting, huh?

It has been a while, hasn’t it? Summer is officially upon us, and for the UK, that usually means lovely, humid weather and no air conditioning. Not the most pleasant experience, but we get by. Welcome to Episode 36 of the Indie Corner, the show where I review indie games for my enjoyment! Hopefully, it […]

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Sky9 Games Preview: Strike Force Heroes

I have a special treat for you all today! I was asked if I was interested in playing a preview build of Strike Force Heroes: a long anticipated remake of the flash game original by Sky9 Games. Due for a Steam release later this year, the demo should be live right now. Here's my early bird impressions on the demo.

I have something rather special for you all today! This is slightly different from my usual coverage, but it’s something I hope you all enjoy. First things first — updates. I’ve recently completed a four-month-long contract with Plarium Games. I was a Lore Editor for RAID: Shadow Legends — an interesting experience for certain. While […]

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A TactiCon Special

TactiCon is an awesome strategy game event hosted by Hooded Horse and Firesquid Games. I thought I would write up a little piece on it!

Now for something special! Once again, TactiCon is back, from May 11th-May 15th. I want to thank Hooded Horse and Firesquid for hosting this event again — a celebration of strategy games. With talks, game announcements, and those lovely, delicious Steam Sales, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. I’m in the middle of a short […]

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Indie Corner Episode 34: A Voxel Realm

In today's episode, I cover two games with voxel graphics: the incredibly ambitious and unique detective sim Shadows of Doubt, as well as dungeon crawler Netherguild!

Welcome to a new episode of the Indie Corner. Once again, the weather here in the UK has been… weird! Lots of sunshine, but two degrees Celsius in late April. I know I’ll miss cooler weather in summer, so I will not complain. Anyhow, I have two reviews to share today. There will be no […]

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