Alwas Legacy PS4 Review

Back in 2017, Elden Pixels released Alwa’s Awakening, a 2D platformer designed to look and play like a classic 8-bit console game. In it you took on the role of Zoe, a young heroine sent to save the land of…

Unbound: Worlds Apart Review

Unbound: World’s Apart from Alien Pixel Studios is a puzzle platformer with a fantastic art style and aesthetic. The entire game has gorgeous visuals and players will immediately be drawn into its world. While it may have the visuals nailed,…

Zengeon Review

Zengeon from developer 2P Games and publisher PQube is an action adventure top-down brawler. The game has a very distinct anime aesthetic and looks gorgeous but does it stack up against the titans in the genre it finds itself in? In…

Time Loader Review

Time Loader is honestly one of 2021’s best sleeper hit indie titles. Developed by Flazm and published by META Publishing, Time Loader is a story-driven puzzle-platformer title that will captivate you from start to finish because of its premise. Does…

Hammerting Review

Hammerting from Warpzone Studios and Team 17 Digital is a mining colony simulation game. It sounds simple enough but Hammerting has a dastardly learning curve. Does the game succeed though and is it worth your time? Let’s dive into it, shall…

Deaths Gambit: Afterlife Switch Review

Metroidvania fans have had much reason to rejoice the last couple of years. Mostly thanks to the Indie development scene, 2D Metroidvanias have sprung back to life in a big way. The genre has both seen a look back to…

Eastward Review

Eastward is one of those games that will immediately catch your eye. It looks flat out gorgeous and thankfully developers PixPil and Publisher Chucklefish have crafted a game that’s teeming with life and heart. Eastward is bursting with pixel art…

Honey I Joined a Cult Early Access Preview

“Thematically, Honey, I Joined a Cult hits the nail on the head.” Have you ever wanted to worship a divine being, build a home for your ever-growing band of underlings and, of course, profit? If you answered “yes” to these…

Chernobylite Review

The Chernobylite console release – developed by The Farm 51 and published by All In! Games – has been delayed a few times already. The good news is that, visually and performance-wise, it’s a solid port. The bad news is…

BPM: Bullets Per Minute Console Review

BPM: Bullets Per Minute, from developer Awe Interactive and publisher Just Add Water (JAW), is a rhythm-based FPS roguelike that, after launching on PC and receiving several content updates, has finally arrived on console. It’s an unexpected hybrid of genres…