Little Miss Lonely: PC Game Review

A Lonely Child Childhood trauma and dysfunctional families aren't newly explored topics within gaming. The manner in how they're executed tends to be more the defining factor between each title. How they land on an emotional front is also an important thing that I'm sure developer would bear in mind. Little Miss

EGX: REZZED 2017 – Indie Summary.

Being fortunate enough to be able to attend EGX: Rezzed last week, I managed to mix it up and chat with the majority of the indie dev studios that exhibited at the Tobacco Dock location in East London. Being that this particular event focuses a lot more on game development

Forged Adventure Preview: Turn Based Island Tyranny

Into The Forge... Studio; Artees' in-development title Forged Adventure feels, out of the gate, very much 'fuss-free'. No matter what the genre, being able to jump into the gameplay of a title without feeling like you've been tasked with an elongated period of busy work is nearly always a welcomed aspect. The

Herald Review: Wispfire Take Gameplay To The Seas

Book One The colonial times of the British Empire isn't exactly a part of history that's been 'done to death' within the video games medium. This doesn't come as a huge surprise, due to it having a controversial nature and possessing sometimes, convoluted politics. With Herald, it's nice to see this historical material

CAYNE Review: More Point ‘n Click Gameplay From The ‘Stasis’ Universe.

Hadley's Up The Duff Without A Paddle... In 2015, developers - The Brotherhood brought us STASIS. An isometric point 'n click adventure set within the realms of Sci-Fi horror, echoing titles such as The Matrix and Event Horizon. The protagonist John Maracheck is painfully awoken from his stasis pod and must do his utmost to