Review
Conarium – In pursuit of distant secrets – Review

Conarium – In pursuit of distant secrets – ReviewMerely six months after we unanimously decided on exactly which promising horror titles we’d be looking forward to this year, we got our hands on Conarium, ready to step into a virtual representation of H.P. Lovecraft’s haunting world.

NieR: Automata – Glory to Mankind – Review

NieR: Automata – Glory to Mankind – ReviewSet in a world where androids wage a desperate war against machines in order to ensure the survival of the human race, NieR: Automata offers a thrilling ride of non-stop action, held up by a narrative that manages to engage, surprise, and even provoke thought.

Perception – Blind to greatness – Review

Perception – Blind to greatness – ReviewWhen I first heard of Perception, I found the idea quite fascinating – after all, it doesn’t happen every day that one can try and survive a horror game – or at least an adventure game with dark themes – in the shoes of a blind person.

Mass Effect: Andromeda – A not-so-triumphant return – Review

Mass Effect: Andromeda – A not-so-triumphant return – ReviewFive long years have passed since the conclusion of the original Mass Effect trilogy and the adventures of Commander Shepard – to this day, the series remains one of the most beloved western RPGs and a captivating space saga that countless gamers look back upon with nostalgia.

Thimbleweed Park – A town, a mystery, and a pixelating body – Review

Thimbleweed Park – A town, a mystery, and a pixelating body – ReviewThe town of Thimbleweed Park is the perfect setting for a gripping story: we have a small population of 80, a murder, two federal agents coming in to investigate said murder, as well as a seemingly ever-present local sheriff who appears quite eager to stick his nose into everyone’s business. The premise appears by-the-book, yet as the plot is untangled, you soon realize that in Thimbleweed Park, not everything is as it seems at first glance...

The Crow’s Eye – The Crowswood Experiment – Review

The Crow’s Eye – The Crowswood Experiment – ReviewIf you think The Crow’s Eye is a simple “escape from the room” type of adventure game, think again. Still, that’s how the game posits itself as: an adventure with a dark atmosphere and horror elements...

Tales of Berseria – Gone rogue – Review

Tales of Berseria – Gone rogue – ReviewTales of Berseria, the latest mothership title in Bandai Namco’s gargantuan and ever-growing titan of a JRPG franchise, was a game that needed to live up to… certain expectations.

Aragami – Light at the end of the tunnel – Review

Aragami – Light at the end of the tunnel – ReviewAragami is a solid example of a pleasant surprise – when I first discovered it, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but after an hour or two of playing, it become quite apparent that I was dealing with a lovingly-crafted indie project...

Tales of Zestiria – Zesty but flawed – Review

Tales of Zestiria – Zesty but flawed – ReviewTales of Zestiria is quite an odd duck in the large and ever-growing family of Tales JRPGs, because it kinda-sorta tried to do certain things differently, but… it didn’t really quite work out.

Headlander – Heading in new directions, with moderate success – Review

Headlander – Heading in new directions, with moderate success – ReviewThe game’s storyline takes place in a future ruled by a massive computer where people have transported their minds into robotic impostor bodies – all good fun.