- Apr 14, 2017
Hollow Knight Review
Navigating intricate spaces is one of the purest pleasures of videogames, and Hollow Knight offers one of the most intriguing labyrinths...
- Nov 11, 2016
Evil has a spotted history, as far as video games are concerned. Despite the omnipresence of ‘bad guys’ – you can barely swing a...
- Sep 16, 2016
Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor Review
Indulgent fantasies and wish fulfilments that stroke the player’s ego have been the promise of video games for dozens of years. Be a hero...
- Aug 25, 2016
Abzû Review: Of Oceans And Wastelands
As a lonely diver, you swim through colourful, lush eco-utopias teeming with thousands of fishes, sea mammals, algae, and more. The...
- Jul 30, 2016
Stellaris as a Work of Science Fiction: An Exploratory Review
Our fantasies of space travel encompass a whole universe of ideas begging to be explored, but there are three main facets that can be...
- May 9, 2016
Deus Ex Review
This review is a contribution to Felipe Pepe's crowd-sourced CRPG Book Project. The book is still being updated, but the current version...
- Apr 2, 2016
Samorost 3 Review
Writing about a game that rejects words in favour of non-verbal language feels strange. If I happened to be an artist, I’d probably try...
- Mar 14, 2016
Sunless Sea Review
This mini-review is a contribution to Felipe Pepe's crowd-sourced CRPG Book Project. The book is still being updated, but the current...
Morgane Ghilardi & Andreas Inderwildi
- Mar 9, 2016
Double Take: XCOM 2 Review
In our Double Take reviews, we like to compare notes and give you a side-by-side view of our impressions and opinions. In this...
- Feb 17, 2016
Pony Island – Ghosts in the Game Machine
We’ve all experienced that moment when we were sure that our computer is part of a demonic plot to drive us insane. It must be the ghost...