The only complaint that I have about Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is that playing it makes me hungry.
Haunt the island of Shelmerston, only without scaring people but extracting thoughts and memories to save the people from an imminent threat.
This sci-fi story oozes the pinks, purples and blues we’re currently addicted to.
Cloudpunk is a synthwave & retro gamer's dream.
Raji: An Ancient Epic is by no means groundbreaking nor it’s the greatest game of all time, but as a whole, it’s a solid action-adventure game featuring some of the best scenarios to take inspiration from Ancient India.
Despite 9 Monkeys of Shaolin not creating anything as innovative or ever seen, the game has good game design practices and goes well with everything that's proposed.
Horror of the Deep is a creepy but overall decent experience with elements of walking simulators, horror, puzzle-solving, etc
Though darker and messier than I remember, Postal Redux nevertheless shines light on the original mayhem simulator and reminds us what gaming was in the 90s.
The Walking Dead: Onslaught looks like a great idea on paper, but the clear budgetary constraints have extinguished this particular flame way to early, leaving us a with a product which just feels underwhelming and downright disappointing.
A freaking massive dungeon crawler that combines tons of equipment and skills with the art and animation stylings of a delightful surrealist movie.