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Y’know “Sometimes You”? No? Not surprising.   The Russian publisher/developer has been going at it for a while, scouring Eastern Europe for the best games that they have to offer. So far, his hunt has struck gold once or twice, with the charming double bill of Where Are My Friends? and Deep…

E3 2018: EA…

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It’s here – E3 2018 has officially started.   Contrary to the official E3 tweet, Day 1 of the biggest gaming event of the year is underway. If you weren’t there to watch the official livestream, you’re probably wondering what got shown and what got announced. Thankfully, we have…

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Heading back into the “Simple Action” genre, Tunnel Rush by Deer Cat has two controls: strafe left and strafe right, and that’s all it needs. You sprint down an infinite cylinder with obstacles jutting out of the walls and tap left or right to dodge them. There are two…

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I’ve got a bit of a simpler game this week. ZHED, by Ground Control Studios, is a decently challenging puzzle game where you move blocks to hit a certain square. Each block has a number on it, and when swiped it will cover that many squares; no more, no…

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There’s two ways to look at Kumobius’s “Duet”. You can take it at face value, as an arcade-style game where you maneuver two balls through a gauntlet of platforms. Kumobius also tells a story, however, through the chapter titles (named after the stages of grief), the text at the…

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Smash Hit (by Mediocre) advertises itself as “a transcendental, ambient journey through time and space”. Personally, I’m not too sure about that, but it’s certainly a decent way to burn an hour or two. You progress through a randomly generated path “take a surreal journey through an otherworldy dimension” filled…

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Back in high school, I wasted my fair share of study halls (as well as actual classes) playing Little Alchemy in-browser. When the beginning of the week started and I was looking for a new game to feature, I was pretty excited to see “Little Alchemy 2” by the…

The Snob Awards:-…

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I’ve reviewed a lot of games in the past 6 months.   Since my inclusion on to the Sick Critic team in late June, the team at SC and I have reviewed a variety of smush from all resides. We’ve played perfection, we’ve played… not-perfection, but those are the…

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This one’s a bit different from my standard picks; while most of my previous selections have been puzzle games (with the exception of the still relatively soothing Alto’s Adventure), Data Wing by Dan Vogt is by far the most action-based. You play as the titular Data Wing, a thoughtless…

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A couple weeks back, I recommended Infinity Loop by Infinity Games. Shortly after, Infinity Games reached out to us and directed me to Loop Energy, one of their more recent games. Now, I do want to add a disclaimer before I start: although I will take requests from developers,…

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Screenshot from Project Resistance teaser trailer. Features 4 characters with weapons walking through a decrepit building

Resident Evil Game “Project Resistance” Gets a New Trailer

Capcom have just dropped a teaser trailer for Project Resistance, a Resident Evil spin-off that we now know to be a “team-based survival horror experience” according to the official Resident…

September 9, 2019, 169

Throwback Review: The Witcher 2

The Witcher 2 was many people’s first introduction to the series, including my own. Developed by Polish team CD Projekt Red, The Witcher 2 originally came out in 2011 for…

September 7, 2019, 190
Project Witchstone Key Art

Project Witchstone – PAX West 2019

Project Witchstone has a lot of bold features that take RPG games to a new level. It’s meant to be a return to tabletop games like Dungeons & Dragons where…

September 7, 2019, 124

Metal Revolution – PAX West 2019

Welcome to a new generation of fighting games. From developer and producer NEXT Studios, Metal Revolution brings a unique experience to all fighters who never flinch in the face of…

September 6, 2019, 167
DEEEER Simulator Cover Art

DEEEER Simulator – PAX West 2019

DEEEER Simulator is similar to Goat Simulator, made by NASPAPA Games; the game is all about broken physics and how you can abuse those to destroy the world around you. Unfortunately,…

September 6, 2019, 165
Final Fantasy VII Remake Screenshot

Final Fantasy VII Remake – PAX West 2019

Taking a staple in the Final Fantasy series that’s largely considered one of the franchise’s best games and remaking it for modern times is a bold move, especially at the…

September 5, 2019, 231
Banjo, Sans and Terry Bogard Smash Bros Title Card

Banjo, Terry Bogard, and Sans Costume Heading to Smash

During yesterday’s Nintendo Direct it was announced that Banjo would be heading to Smash a lot sooner than we all expected. In fact, you can download and play as Banjo right…

September 5, 2019, 251

Streets of Rage 4 – PAX West 2019

Not the first in this series and hopefully not the last, Streets of Rage 4 is back and better than ever. Published by Dotemu and developed by Lizardcube and Guard…

September 5, 2019, 480

Spiritfarer – PAX West 2019

Just think if you took Oxenfree, added dead animals, and put it in a cozy environment. Spiritfarer is a beautiful management game about dying. Developed and published by Thunder Lotus…

September 5, 2019, 163
The Vale Title

Developer Dialogue: The Vale Interview @ PAX West 2019

The Vale is an upcoming title by Falling Squirrel Inc., a Canada-based that was created by Dave Evans to create story-driven experiences in the gaming industry. At PAX West 2019,…

September 5, 2019, 182