In this review, we will take a look at a relatively casual speedrunner known as Lost Orbit. Blasting through planets and pulsars is an amazing experience, but there is also something to be said for laying back and enjoying the silent embrace of deep space. Until you find yourself in an asteroid field. Lost Orbit by PixelNauts. Review by Brandon Dayton.
An immersive but subtle horror game with a deliciously retro art style. Able to build a strange atmosphere into frenzied panic quite beautifully, this game is certainly worth a glance for those who enjoy a good story. Developed by Cowardly Creations. Review by Brandon Dayton.
Gorgeous hand-drawn graphics coat this intense strategy game. A very ambitious first game by Burrito Studio. Will it be held aloft, or does it fall short? Check out the review by Brandon Dayton and find out!
Chroma Squad is a deliciously-retro tactical RPG based on the tokusatsu sentai shows that ruled the 90s, such as Power Rangers and VR Troopers. This gem was born courtesy of kickstarter, and is certainly worth a look if you enjoy hardcore class-based strategy. Chroma Squad by Behold Studios. Review by Brandon Dayton.
It's finally here. Hatred is an extremely graphic isometric shooter with destructible environments. Some optimization and clipping issues are apparent, but didn't dampen my murderous fun too much. Is it deserving of the vast amount of media mania that follows it? Check out the review, and find out now! Hatred by Destructive Creations, review by Brandon Dayton.
In Solarix, you are Walter. An amnesiac engineer who wakes up to find the minds of the crew warped by a computer virus. A series of renegade AI will attempt to guide you along, but their messages are often conflicting. Unfortunately, choices here are really nothing but an illusion. Solarix by Pulsetense Games, review by Brandon Dayton.