Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Review

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is an interesting top-down shooter which is dragged down slightly by it’s name. While this game is supposedly related to the Reservoir Dogs movie, there’s very little in the game to suggest they’re related. As a result, the game has been pushed to the side as part of the “video game…

Flinthook Review

I played Flinthook for the first time at PAX East 2016. I was immediately drawn to Tribute Games booth by Flinthook’s bright cartoony aesthetic and the prospect of addictive roguelite gameplay. A “roguelike” for those unfamiliar, is a run based game with permadeath, meaning when you die you start your run from the beginning. This is true…

The Cat Lady Review

When you think of the cat lady what comes into mind? The Cat Lady takes a new stance on this age-old image of the notorious old woman who seems to have an endless number of cats littering her home. Our protagonist, Susan Ashworth, is not your typical cat lady. She’s something much more than that;…

Syberia 2: Game Review

The Syberia series is something that, for many people, could be considered a cult classic. With the arrival, after many years of rumors and waiting, of the new Syberia game, it’s even better than ever to take a look at the second part in the series. In the first of the Syberia trilogy, we are…

Agatha Knife Review

Agatha Knife is an interesting Point & Click game filled with puzzles that players need to complete to progress through the game. The gameplay is simple yet the puzzles require some thought which helps keep the game both engaging and fun to play. The plot for the game is very simple. Agatha is a seven…