Ninja Pizza Girl Review

DISCLOSURES: • The review key for Ninja Pizza Girl was provided by the publisher, Disparity Games. When I read that Ninja Pizza Girl was, “a serious game about bullying, emotional resilience,” I rolled my eyes . I’m always leery of games with any kind of moral or social message. Most of the time they’re pretty cringe-worthy, heavy handed, naive, and distract from […]

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Murder Review

DISCLOSURES: • The review key for Murder was provided by the publisher, Curve Digital.   “Always leave them wanting more.” — P. T. Barnum That quote is particularly apt when discussing Murder, a Cyberpunk Point & Click Short Story by Peter Moorhead. After completing the game, I contacted the publisher directly to see if we could expect more episodes that […]

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Neoncube Review

I don’t know if you all realize this about me, but I LOVE platformers. I enjoy a ton of different game genres, sure. But there is always room in my heart for a new platformer. But one sub-genre stands out for me; the Minimalist Platformer. Minimalist platformers typically remove the trappings of characters with detailed back stories and motivations, heavy […]

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Galactic Hitman Review

I’ve been sitting here trying to write this review for some time now, but every time I started writing, what looked to be gibberish appeared on the screen. I was perplexed at first, until I realized that it was backwards Latin that I could only partially translate. Something about what someone’s mother does in Hell or some such. That was […]

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Nihilumbra Review

One of the first things Beautifun Games pointed out was that this was not a Limbo clone. I filed that bit of information in the back of my brain as Steam downloaded and installed the game. I could understand why the developer would want to clarify this. When a game is as well thought of as Limbo, you expect clones and […]

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Tera Review

If you’ve been looking for a different MMO/MMORPG to play, I suggest Tera! Game Play and Mechanics: 10 When I started this game, I knew I was going to love the gameplay from the beginning. When you start choosing your class, it tells you how hard each one is to play. To represent the difficulty, it shows stars next to the […]

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