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Indie Corner Episode 35: The Final Frontier

In Episode 35, I cover recent release Dungeon Drafters, a solid dungeon crawler/deckbuilding hybrid, as well as the incredibly ambitious space RPG Spacebourne 2!

So… these AAA releases have been a disappointment so far this year, huh? I’ve lost count of how many have launched in such a messy state. We’re at — what? Seven now in 2023 alone? It is so frustrating to see. I think my little ‘gaming laptop’ is secretly glad it cannot run these games. […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Cave of Phantom Mists

Astlibra Revision was one of the best games of 2022, and one of the most overlooked. It took me over a year to play it, after all. Today I chat a little about the DLC that launched in early Feburary: Cave of Phantom Mist!

It’s time to take a little trip down memory lane. Honestly, I should have had this up sooner, but things do get away from us sometimes, don’t they? TheThousandScar here! As I’m typing up this article, the rain is pouring outside. Three guesses about the country, huh? Yep, lovely old British weather…. Yes… lovely. I’m […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Our Adventurer Guild

I have been busy! Our Adventurer Guild leaves Early Access next month, and I got the chance to play with its current build. A meaty management sim and party adventure crawler, this game punches well above its low price tag!

Time for a new review! I’ve been a little more organized than I have been lately. With plenty of games to cover, I am working on a new host of game reviews and interviews over the coming weeks. We are a small team here, but I could not be happier with the progress. It feels […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Thyria

Thyria offers more customization and freedom to experiment with its mechanics than most dungeon crawlers, although I found it confusing at times. Still, this is a gorgeous strategy game with a fantastic setting!

I’ll be honest. When I sat down to write up my thoughts on this game, I was stumped on what to talk about. That doesn’t happen often for me. There are times when I get stuck on a video game, and then I struggle with converting my thoughts into words. For example, if I’m terrible […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: The Thaumaturge

The Thaumaturge just launched, and it's shaping up to be another banger by 11 bit Studios! This is my early impressions view, but the setting of this captivating detective RPG really draws me in.

11 Bit Studios are one of my favourite publishers. From This War of Mine to The Invincible, this talented group have developed and published some truly inspiring games. What’s more, they usually bring something refreshing to my gaming palette. In Frostpunk, I had the joy of deciding crimes against humanity in the name of brutal […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Dungeons 4

I've been meaning to do this one for a while! Dungeons 4 launched late last year, and is the most recent in the Dungeons series. After a six year gap, does it live up to expectations? Find out!

While I play a ton of different games these days, it’s easy to get me back to the old days. Age of Empires, Dungeon Keeper, Fable, Black and White, Empire Earth, and Impossible Creatures were the games of my childhood. Dungeon Keeper’s awesome base management as an evil overlord always impressed me with its creativity. […]

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Bite Sized Previews: Ad Infernum

We got a nice little preview for you today! Ad Infernum is a horror immersive sim, and should be released on Steam by the time this is live.

Oh man, immersive sims. They’ve been enjoying a resurgence of sorts over the last few years, and Ad Infernum adds more to the mix. While the AAA scene sticks to its open-world guns and loves shoving the usual ‘crafting and big collectable open world down its pants, the indie scene continues to explore. I’m back […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Aground Zero

Back from my slight hiatus with a new review! Aground Zero is an impressive remake of Fancy Fish Game's 2020 Aground game. For the decent price tag, this underground automation/colony sim is worth the investment!

I love weird games. Not the best intro you’ve written on here, Scar. That is probably true, but I’ve been unwell for a while and this is the first review I’ve written in over a week. Shoves the annoying brain thoughts back into the box. But yes, I’m back for now. After my Lil’ Guardsman review, […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Enshrouded Early Impressions

Got a big one for today! Enshrouded launched a couple weeks ago: a dark fantasy, survival RPG created by Keen Games. I've played a decent chunk of the game recently and wanted to share my thoughts!

I’m getting 2021 vibes with this one. Remember early that year, when a certain Early Access survival game launched to massive acclaim? I think it was called Valheim. It exceeded expectations on all levels, even the developers were taken aback. So much so, that much of their roadmap was switched to bug fixing and optimisation. […]

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Bite Sized Reviews: Age of Darkness Final Stand

A new review? Oh yes. Age of Darkness: Final Stand is an ambitious survival RTS, boasting a chunky campaign to boot. Here are my impressions!

They Are Billions was one game I never got good at. It did not matter what settings I played it in, or how I played, but every time I got overwhelmed by massive zombie hordes. It’s a solid game, but I suck at playing it! Almost as if Playside Studios heard my cry, they worked […]

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