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Unpacking review: You really can make a game about anything, can’t you?

Yeah I know: what a weird game. A game about unpacking. Sounds like another one of those gimmicky simulators made for Twitch streamers. But...

Suzerain review: Ruling a country is not fun, but I want to do it anyway

You know, it feels good when a game respects you and doesn’t treat you like a child. Most modern developers treat its players with...

Minecraft Dungeons Ultimate Edition review: As good as it’ll ever be

When Minecraft Dungeons debuted in 2020, it was a bit controversial. In fact, the first truly big new game from Mojang Studios in years...

Summer in Mara review: Hidden gem waiting to be rediscovered

Do you know what a hidden gem is? It’s a very overused term. Basically, every single reviewer has used this term once or twice,...

Spelunky 2 review: Pain and suffering, revisited

Spelunky  is a game I have complicated relations with. Being an impatient and frankly incompetent gamer, I get angry at games that go out...

Greak Memories Of Azur review: Ori wannabe that tries its best

If you read the title of this review, you probably think that this game is either utter crap or we are being unreasonably harsh....

Islanders Console Edition review: Vibey Engineering

Good day, it is that time again to review a game that’s not new at all. But this time we have an excuse: it’s...

Overcooked! All You Can Eat review: Frantic co-op classic gets a new coat of paint

Overcooked! All You Can Eat review in late august, huh? Yeah, there’s nothing to say except for "better late than never." Anyways, we finally...

Star Wars Republic Commando review — This Star Wars classic can be a hassle, but it’s worth it

What is Star Wars? Actually, I don’t even know anymore. For some it’s the allure of classic movies from the 70s and 80s, and...

The Colonists review — Cute Settlement Building Game Comes to Consoles

There are a lot of settlement building games which vary a lot when it comes to complexity. There’s Anno, there’s The Settlers, and there’s...