Whateverland makes you really question where Vincent is trapped in this game or whether the game is trapping the player.
After I was done writing this post, I noticed that every band recommended here comes from Australia. But they're all great bands.
Tinykin is fantastic and while it may not be a new Pikmin game, it certainly is a great title for fans of exploration and platforming!
When I started my first cult, I didn't think I'd need to clean up this much poop. Here's my review on Cult of the Lamb!
Little Noah is a casual and very beginner-friendly yet satisfying Action-Roguelite where you summon champions to fight for you!
Himno: The Silent Melody combines sandbox and roguelite mechanics into an intriguing game with a lot of potential. It may get challenging but it's still a lot of fun. Check out my review here!
Being trapped underground sounds horrible but it's actually quite... cosy? And fun? And Core Keeper is amazing. Here's my review!
Dive deep into the darkness of underground caves removed from the world and explore an ethereal and serene world. Onde is a beautiful game that you really gotta check out!
Death is not the end in GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon as your eternal soul fights on to defeat the source of the cataclysm!
Stranded on an alien planet, you have to find the means to survive. Step into the role of The Seeker and find out what lead you here and what happened to this planet!
"There are three types of people: Those at the top, those at the bottom, and those who fall." - Today, we're checking out El Hoyo (2019) for another movie review!
The first review of 2022 is going to be about a game that truly would have deserved the title of "Best Indie Game 2021" if not even GOTY: Inscryption!
In Road 96, you not only go on a journey but you also have to fight for your own survival to make it out alive. Your way to freedom is littered with many dangers and hence, your choices are what will influence your success rate in the end!
Unpacking tells a story without telling a story and it's a game that lets you form a bond to some unknown character without actually introducing you. It's amazing!
Organs! Everyone has them! Everyone wants them! Today, we're taking a look at a morally ambigious Simulation game where you trade the fleshy goods for fat profits!
Today we're checking out Despot's Game by the people behind Despotism 3k! - an auto-battler that combines army management with roguelike mechanics and lots of humour!
Today, I finally talk about my thoughts on Outer Wilds' DLC - without Spoilers! Or at least as little as possible!
Eastward is a beautiful homage to the RPG greats and is able to deliver what exactly makes those games great while also adding innovations! Here's my full review!
I finally played through DOOM Eternal! Yes, I'm only a year late but that's my thing here, deal with it! It was epic, here are my thoughts!
OPUS: Echo of Starsong is possibly one of the best releases that came out so far this year! Check out my review here!
For today's review, we're checking out Lamentum, a Lovecraftian Survival Horror game set in the mid-19th century New England!
Today's review is on a title that lets you write history by creating your own civilisation and guiding it through the ages! Today, I'm checking out HUMANKIND!
Today, I'm reviewing a title that everyone but me has played already. Check out my review on this turn-based RPG full of love, dogs and puns!
Today's review covers Death's Door, an Action Adventure game where you reap the souls of those that should've died long ago! Here are my thoughts!
Today, I finally review one of my all-time favourite games! Here's my review on Dungeon of the ENDLESS!
Today's review is about Monster Train, a deckbuilding-roguelite where Hell has been frozen shut and you're trying to melt it by delivering cargo on a train. Hell yeah!