Root: Film – NS REVIEW

The rooftop of a skyscraper, the blood red sky, a young woman, ready to jump. This fateful night of 10 years ago will play a major role in the life of Max Yagumo (real name Rintaro Yagumo), up and coming movie director recently the winner of an Asian film contest. Max and other two directors … Continue reading

Baobabs Mausoleum Grindhouse Edition – NS REVIEW

Sometimes game genres can get a bit stale: repetitive gameplays, reused ideas, etc. We have our adventure games, our stealth games, our platformers, our horror games… And then we have Baobabs Mausoleum. If I had to describe the game to someone in very little words I’d probably say: “Imagine a crossover between Wario Ware and Zelda, … Continue reading

Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders – NS Review

Inspired by the book bearing the same name, The ABC murders is an interesting take on the classic point and click adventure genre. It depicts the adventures of Poirot, an eccentric and egotistical individual, trying to solve a series of murders throughout 20th century English locales, all brimming with personality and British charm. The presentation … Continue reading

Crosscode – NS Review

Massive Singleplayer Offline Role Playing Game Entering the world of Crosscode is fascinating: you’re suddenly catapulted into a retro experience reminiscent of 16 bit classics like Chrono Trigger or Secret Of Mana, spiced up by modern gaming mechanics.In this game we control Lea, virtual avatar of a game named CrossWorlds, a MMORPG of the future, … Continue reading

Biped Review – Nintendo Switch

From Next Studios, a brilliant, if not a bit short, co-op adventure to play on the go! It is a dark time, a pandemic has hit the planet and quarantine must be followed. With quarantine comes boredom and what better than a couch co-op game based on puzzles, teamwork and adorable little robots to spice … Continue reading

Murder By Numbers (Review)

What do you get when you combine the investigation style gameplay of the Ace Attorney series with the mind bending puzzles of the popular picross games? The answer is Murder By Numbers. This murder mystery visual novel game created by Mediatonic had all the hooks for me when it was announced back in December.

Blacksad: Under the Skin Review – Switch

Blacksad: Under the Skin is a point and click detective game similar to Telltale Games outings like The Walking Dead and most of all, The Wolf Among Us. Like the Wolf Among Us, it is also based on a cult comic book series “Blacksad” which followed the story of John Blacksad an anthropomorphic cat man in late 1950’s America. The world of Blacksad is full of anthropomorphic characters including foxes, lions and reptiles.

PictoQuest: The Cursed Grids Review – Switch

From Nanopiko, a team of only 3 people, one of the best Picross Games I’ve ever played in 10 years! I have been playing Picross games since I was roughly 17. There is something about it that just switches on my brain and makes me want to play that one more level.When I heard about … Continue reading

Blasphemous Review – Switch

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Blasphemous Review on Nintendo Switch. A gruesomely stunning action platformer that will dazzle you with pixel gore.

River City Girls Review – Switch

The girls are back in town It’s the 30th anniversary of River City Ransom, a classic in its own right that you can actually play on switch through NES online. What better way to celebrate than a sequel to a little known spin off featuring Kunio-kun’s and his best friend Riki’s girlfriends brawling instead. O.M.G … Continue reading

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