Games about insane robots and international racing squirrels? Just who the hell makes this stuff? 100XP talks to Rob Davis, head honcho at London based indie game studio Playniac to…
Far from Noise is a narrative title that’s releasing on Steam and Playstation 4 today for £5.99. You play the role of a woman who wakes up to find herself staring…
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be a game that is overburdened with mechanical depth.
Like many Bullet Hell titles, Radar Warfare is overly reliant on a false sense of challenge and falls back on the “git-gud” attitude of difficult game design to justify it.
Indygo’s core themes of isolation and depression may be interesting but the narrative fails to present characters with a sense of depth or verisimilitude.
Dean didn’t really buy into the whole Ninjas vs Pirates fiasco… has Ninja Shodown swayed his decision?
If Kingdoms and Castles looks to you like a blocky, more colourful version of Banished then, well, good job. That’s pretty spot on.
Oceanhorn borrows a lot from one franchise in particular: Zelda. It can feel a little too familiar at times but manages to find a voice of it’s own.
Billed as a nihilistic action platformer, Nongünz certainly delivers on an experience steeped in the choice between situational improvement and despair, at least on the surface. Upon first glance Nongünz…
Lock’s Quest has a fantastic conceit in fusing Tower Defense with an Action RPG, but does this remaster justify the jump from Nintendo DS to PC and consoles?