My Journey with the Steam Deck: Reviving my Love for the Gaming Handheld
I hope everyone is keeping okay! I’ve owned my Steam Deck for about a month now. It’ll be over a month by the time this article goes live. While it’s not a perfect device, by all means, I’m impressed by Valve’s first serious attempt at breaking into the handheld PC market. It still needs some […]
Gamedev Interview: Mohawk Games
I recently reviewed Old World: a strange twist on the 4X genre. It’s a blend of Crusader Kings politics and relationships and Civilisation, focusing on the ancient world. After a while on the Epic Store, it finally released on Steam in May. You can check out my impressions review of Old World here: I recently […]
Game Dev Interview: King of Soulash
So I’ve been playing a pretty cool new game recently. Soulash is an awesome fantasy roguelike in a vast open world, which has quite a lot of things to delve into. Recently I got the opportunity to interview the developer of this game, Artur. Here are his responses! You can pick up Soulash here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1623210/Soulash/ […]
The Start of Something Momumentous: An Indie Compendium
Time for something a bit different! I’ve been planning a colossal project this year. Ever since I started seriously writing about video games, I took a big interest in the indie scene. While many of these guys don’t have the budget and reach of bigger companies, there are amazing products to be had. The independent […]
Indie Corner Episode 10: Some Serious Contenders!
We’ve officially hit the double digits! It’s a sunny morning as I type this up, my coffee is good and I’ve only got a minor backache to distract me. It’s time for another episode of Indie Corner, where I talk about many indie games that are available on the market, both old and new. There […]
Indie Corner Episode 8: Really Gettin' the Good Stuff!
In terms of indie gaming, the opening couple of months feels as strong as it was back in 2021. In January and February last year, we saw some fantastic games hit Early Access. Some of these were Everspace 2: a high-quality launch with a lot going for it, as well as the fantastic survival sim […]
Dyflexion Coming to PC March 9, 2022!
Journey through space to save Earth from evil inter-dimensional beings and their Anunnaki serpents in this sci-fi vertical scroll shooter where deflecting enemy projectiles is key to success.
Finding the Fun in Mediocrity: Watchdogs Legion
Here’s an interesting question: Do games have to be good to be enjoyable? Short answer = no. Not necessarily. Of course I’d prefer games to be well designed that don’t frustrate me. I’ve played many games which I’ve grown to love playing even if they have a lot of jank and problems holding them back. […]