It's 3600 CE. Humanity tries to live in harmony with nature and you as a player embark on a journey for your rite of passage.
Open World and Sonic the Hedgehog? It sounds too good to be true so I'm a bit on the fence about this. Here are some thoughts!
Are you ready for Witchery, Monster Taming, Necromancy, and... fishing? Serin Fate combines Farming Sims with hardcore combat and does so in a magical way! Here's my review!
Today, I talk about my (sadly negative) first impressions of Black Skylands, a game that is trying to be too many things without executing any of it well.
Today, we're taking a look at Skjoldur Story, an Adventure-Puzzle game in the vein of Zelda that takes a bit too much inspiration.
I'm late... but I finally got through Yakuza 0 and frankly, I love it to bits. Here are my thoughts!
Is fast travel necessary? When is it annoying? When is it making the experience worse and when is it actually any good?