Author: Angad Singh

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies – Review

After you’re done playing fast paced twitchy shooters like Doom and Apex Legends, there’s only one way to step it up – Lovely Planet 2: April Skies. It’s one of the most frantic shooters I have ever played, and it’s a vibrant mix of cartoonish graphics, speed and momentum. It is mostly level based with not much of a story, but it sure is an afternoon’s worth of pure fun. There are a good amo...

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don’t Dry – Review

If you’ve been craving for some luscious nudity to go with your video games (and who isn’t), Leisure Suit Larry is here to help. Wet Dreams Don’t Dry is the latest entry in the Leisure Suit Larry franchise and it has finally made its way to consoles. Prepare to solve some classic point and click puzzles, amidst the hottest of ladies your GPU can render. Find dates on “Timber” and fall in lov...

Double – Review

Double is an action-quest game telling about a fight with a mental disorder by immersing in dreams. Choose your way and find out how this mystical story ends. Carlos stays in a mental asylum and tries to overcome his post-war syndrome. Every day he must make a decision: continue his treatment or surrender to illusions. Pros: Heavy theme Interesting twists Good story Cons: Choices don’t really matt...

Automachef – Review

Imagine the gameplay of Satisfactory or Factorio, but applied to the wonderful world of food. Automachef sees you automating the process of food production and is insanely addictive. With a range of options at your disposal, including some neat building systems and a lot of production and automation tools, Automachef is one of the best games of its kind. There is a surprising amount of depth to th...

My Friend Pedro – Review

My Friend Pedro is all about slow motion, bullet hell, skateboarding, bike chases and bananas. It’s the kind of games that strips almost everything away and reminds us of what the joy of playing games is all about. You play as an unnamed character, who has been kidnapped. A banana – Pedro – then appears and guides you and along the way asks you to kill everything. Trust me, you o...

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled – Review

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled is the closest thing to Mario Cart, and that’s saying something. It’s by far the most fun I have had playing a racing game with friends in recent memory, and at times the lack of Mario Cart bull-shittery really makes for a better experience. If you want a weekend with friends, just hanging out and having a good laugh, Crash Team Racing is your jam. With a...

Sinking City – Review

Set in a city plagued by visions and a flood, The Sinking City puts you in the shoes of a Marine turned Detective. Your characters also shares visions similar to those of the denizens of the Sinking City, and he’s here to investigate and discover the source. With a dreadful and immersive atmosphere, some truly horrifying elements, The Sinking City is a really well made game with a few minor flaws....

Close To The Sun – Review

Close to the Sun is the best example of Bioshock meets SOMA – imagine a ship filled with science experts, where something has gone wrong, and as you investigate the incident, something otherworldly chases you down. It’s a walking simulator with interesting and clever puzzles, constantly feeding you story elements and consistently impressing you with its art-deco vibes. The world buildi...

Mordhau – Review

Mordhau is melee combat game, said to the be spiritual successor to Chivalry. You play as a variety of infantry classes in the medieval times, including swordsmen, archers, horsemen, and so on. The game can be tough during the early hours, but there is a fairly decent tutorial that teaches you the basics – well, there’s nothing really basic to Mordhau’s complex combat system, but...

Effie – Review

Effie is a really cutesy looking 3D platformer set in a fantasy universe. You play as Galand, setting out to regain his lost youth. The combat is tight and fast, the platforming is simple, yet the clever mix of puzzles and fast movement keeps the pace going. There are a good number of platforming puzzles to solve, and they feel really satisfying. The combat is also fast paced. It’s simple bu...

Deathgarden Bloodharvest – Review

Deathgarden was a game that was released in Early Access, and despite its decent quality, it looked set to fail. Surprisingly enough, the dev team turned it around, re-branding it Deathgarden: Bloodharvest. It is now a game similar to Dead By Daylight, with guns and powerups, and is immensely fun. You enter a garden, the Deathgarden, and play in an asymmetrical co-op match, where there are 4 scave...

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,...


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