A Knight’s Quest

A Knight’s Quest is an action adventure platformer developed by Sky 9 Games and published by Curve Digital. As much as an homage to other games of the genre (namely the Zelda series) it struggles a bit to stand on its own two feet and set itself apart. The game begins with the main character…

Streets of Rogue

Killing someone by throwing an oven at them is an experience unique to Streets of Rogue; the resulting house fire, the brawl with the fire department after they arrive, and the shootout with the cops that follows is why I love this game. It would be easy to look at Streets of Rogue, developed by…

Super Neptunia RPG

Parody is one of the easiest forms of comedy to understand. You take an existing cliché, trope or caricature and make a satiric mockery of it. With the amount of redundancy in the video game industry, the Neptunia series has lots of material to work with, which leads me to the question of why it…

Grave Danger

Welcome to the graveyard! Grave Danger is a platformer developed by Joindots and is available on the PS4 for approximately $19.49 CND. Gamers join the spooky adventure with three mysterious outlaws: Dante, Malice, and Elliot. Your mission is to clear your names, as each outlaw is wanted dead or alive by the sinister villain named…

Vaporum

When I first heard of this game my impression was Lands of Lore meets Bioshock, and while the game proves itself a homage to the latter in spades it is more heavily weighted towards hidden objects and puzzles than combat. The first thing you’ll notice when starting the game is the plethora of customization options…

Ghoulboy

Developed by a small team of three at Serkan Bakar games, GhoulBoy is a retro-inspired action hack and slash game. It is so diligently attuned to the era it emulates that it sometimes brings both the classic charm and imperfections painstakingly into present day. This review is based on the PS4 version which released March…

Reverie: Sweet As Edition

At first glance, Reverie: Sweet As Edition has the distinct look of Super Nintendo classics from days past. Aesthetically, it looks like Startropics and The Legend of Zelda had an indie lovechild and named Earthbound the godparent. It was developed by the small team at Rainbite, a group of only three core developers. The “Sweet…