Buck: An Underdog Story

Buck, a game by 3-man team Wave Interactive is a 2D, side-scrolling, action adventure inspired by 90s Saturday morning cartoons. Buck takes place in a Mad Max style post-apocalyptic wasteland, complete with roving gangs of outlaws, desperate bands of survivors, and desolate shells of what used to be civilization. The

Bendy And The Ink Machine: Darker Than Ink

Bendy and the Ink Machine at first glance is reminiscent of old school Disney animations. It looks like the titular Bendy, could be stood next to Mickey Mouse or Steamboat Willie on a Disney project and nobody would bat an eyelid. The art style is charming in its simplicity; playing

Building a Legacy: Colina: Legacy

Colina: Legacy serves up a platter of everything die hard horror fans crave. In an age where zombies have dominated the horror genre, Colina is chock full of wonderful, eerie, horror classics. Samurai games, a small team out of Brazil, originally planned a February release date. In January, Samurai games

Heartbound: Bound to Please

Heartbound is a game that is trying to fill big shoes. From a quick glance at the game’s Kickstarter page, and even from the title of the game, it is clear the game is heavily inspired by the SNES classic Earthbound and modern indie classic Undertale. And that excites me

The Works of Mercy: Murder Is An Empty Vessel

The Works of Mercy is an upcoming psychological thriller/horror game developed by Polish-based developer Pentacle. The game was originally funded in March 2016 with a release date of August 2016, which as the developers would have soon come to realise was too short of a development time, especially for the

Dream Hills: Bully For You

Dream Hills is a game that reminds me how difficult it is for game developers and designers to start in a cut-throat, dog eat dog industry such as games development. Qualifications don’t guarantee work, especially when the industry always expects experience and at the very least a full portfolio to

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