Author: Angad Singh

Barotrauma – Review

Barotrauma is an interesting little indie game, where you play in co-op to survive aboard a space vessel that deep underwater on an alien planet. You now need to fight off dangerous creatures and help each other in surviving. OR, betray each other and sabotage the whole ship. It is teeming with atmosphere, has some tense moments, and is really fun. You can play various roles, such as ship captain,...

Conan Unconquered – Review

Developed by ex-Command & Conquer guys, Conan Unconquered is an RTS where you setup base, build defenses and then fend off waves of enemies. The game is heavily inspired by They Are Billions, and it shows. It has a lot of the same ideas as They Are Billions, and sets them in the Conan universe. While building your base and army, you also set out to find resources and hunt down monsters in orde...

Darkwood – Review

Darkwood is set in a fictional universe, in 1987. Strange trees have overgrown everywhere, and within it strange creatures have taken shelter. You need to make your way out of the woods, and along the way you will encounter some of the most horrifying and surreal visual imagery you have ever seen in a video game. Darkwood is played from a top down perspective, and is a survival game. It’s is...

Ancestors Legacy – Review

Ancestors Legacy is a squad based real-time strategy game, set during the Medieval times. It is some what historically accurate and has campaigns based on real wars. Also, it’s kind of tough and has a lot of intricacies to it, which feels great. You send your men out in squads, which makes the individual combat encounters feel more personal and give you greater control over what each squad d...

American Fugitive – Review

If you are a fan of the older top down Grand Theft Auto games, then American Fugitive is definitely up your alley. Even if you’re not, American Fugitive has some really interesting gameplay mechanics, and a fun story that is totally worth engaging in. It also has a lot of random world activities to partake in that makes for a fun over-the-top adventure. You play as Will Riley, who is framed ...

Pathologic 2 – Review

Pathologic 2 is a weird game and is not for everyone. In fact, it’s probably not for most people, and to be honest, it’s really not for me either. However, there’s something about it that had me curious – You play as one of three doctors, in a town being ravaged by a plague. You have 12 days to create a cure. To do that you need to explore the town, get help and information...

Warhammer Chaosbane – Review

Warhammer Chaosbane is a Diablo-esque ARPG with a ton of loot, enemies, skills and bosses. It has an immensely fun moment-to-moment combat loop, be it playing solo or with friends. The combat is chaotic, the loot is rewarding, and everything scales up nicely with the difficulty. The story is skippable, and so is most of the voice acting, but you’re here to click for blood, and the clickin...

Deep Sky Derelicts – Review

Deep Sky Derelicts is a turn based strategy where where you build a team of three, with various class and accompanying skills and abilities. You are tasked with finding The Mothership, which is said to contain technology beyond imagination. From there on you set out to explore various ships in space, encountering enemies, finding loot and so on. The art and atmosphere are brilliant, and make for a...

Layers of Fear 2 – Review

Layers of Fear 2 uses the strongest elements of interactive story telling to immerse you in a horrifying experience – atmosphere and playing with perspective. Add to that a compelling narrative, and Layers of Fear kept me going even when I wanted to quit out of sheer terror and tension. You start as an actor on board an ocean liner, and are then tasked with exploring the space, discovering t...

Observation – Review

Observation is set on a space station which has apparently lost contact with home base. You wake up and have to figure out what exactly has gone wrong, and your only help is the onboard AI – SAM. The twist – SAM might not be completely open with you about the nature of your mission and the trip. Also, the story is told via the lens of the AI, so you will be controlling it for the most ...

Ape Out – Review

Imagine Hotline Miami, only you’re an ape escaping from confinement. Sound good? Well, that’s what Ape Out is all about – you smash your way through levels, destroying anyone in your way, and have a blast doing it. It’s a fun smash em’ up with a minimalist art style. Since you are an ape, there’s not a lot of weapons at your disposal. However, you can use your e...


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