23 Dec 2019

Review: Gensou Skydrift

Gensou Skydrift happily advertises itself on its Steam page with a clear statement: “A Touhou Project racing game is here!” And that is entirely true. This is a kart racing game based on the whole Touhou Project. Which means that in one sense, this game is kind of impossible to review, simply because that fandom
18 Nov 2019

Review: Tokyo Dark: Remembrance

Back in 2014, Square Enix entered into an interesting experiment. One that would help indie developers pitch ideas, gain public interest, and possibly receive assistance in the creation and publication of their work. That experiment is known as the Square Enix Collective.
30 Jan 2019

Review: Necrosphere Deluxe

There's a group of gamers out there that believe games have become too streamlined, too simple... too easy. Those that miss the days when games were out to hand your ass to you, beat you 'til you're black and blue, and you enjoyed it, goddammit.
15 Oct 2018

Review: The Midnight Sanctuary

Open the Floodgates How often do you look at games that release in Japan, hoping and praying that they’ll eventually make their way west? Games that look intriguing or exciting, but, for one reason or another, nobody decides to localize it, so you’ll never get to play it?
9 Sep 2018

PAX West 2018 Interview with Hidetaka “SWERY” Suehiro

Despite the glitz and glam and flashy demos from all the big publishers at PAX West, it’s easy to still find near-equal representation of smaller and indie titles right on the main floor as well. After all, many see the PAX conventions as a showcase for indie creators, so it only makes sense to have