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Salt & Sanctuary Lands on Xbox One February 6th

Ska Studios' well received Soulsbourne-esque platformer, Salt & Sanctuary (81%), launches on the Xbox One on February 6th, 2019. With plenty of challenges, a co-op mode, and endless replayability, Salt & Sanctuary is a welcome addition to Xbox. Will you be downloading a copy come February...

City of Brass Loots the Nintendo Switch Next Month

From some of the brilliant minds behind Bioshock at Uppercut Games, City of Brass, a first person rogue like adventure, launches on the Nintendo Switch on February 8, 2019. This version comes replete with three new playable characters (versus the original two) and a plethora of new enhancements, r...

New Gameplay Trailer for Degrees of Separation

Degrees of Separation, the intriguing 2D puzzle platformer from Modus Games and developer Moondrop, launched a new gameplay trailer. From the mind of Chris Avellone, Degrees of Separation releases on February 14, 2019. Check out the gameplay trailer below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVlIrs...

SOEDESCO to Launch Two New Gameplay Trailers

Coming soon. With the release of a few new upcoming titles, SOEDESCO is launching two new gameplay trailers for two separate games. On January 15th, 8-Bit Invaders! looks to rope you into its charming 8-bit RTS game. You can find that trailer here when it goes live. https://www.youtube.com/wat...

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review

End of a trilogy. Reviewed on PS4 When the Tomb Raider reboot burst onto the scene in 2013, it revitalized the dying Tomb Raider franchise with a gorgeous setting, Uncharted inspired platforming, and brutal combat that felt right. Lara’s transition from innocent explorer to deadly killing mach...

Iris.Fall Review

A strange and wonderful journey. Reviewed on PC There’s something special about an indie game. Quality aside, playing through a true indie game transports you to a place crafted by hope, inspiration, innovation, and a pure love of gaming. For me, they’re typically games that somehow harken n...

Storm Boy, the Game Review

A Boy and His Pelican Reviewed on Xbox One X Storm Boy is a classic Australian children’s book written by the legendary Colin Thiele. It’s a classic boy and his pelican tale decades old, telling a beautiful story about the relationship of Storm Boy and one particular pelican he rescued - alo...

Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Review

The Dark Souls of Indie Games Reviewed on PS4 I don’t know if I’ll ever understand the craze that surrounded Dark Souls. Demon’s Souls, one of my favorite FromSoftware games, performed to mediocre levels of praise while garnering a niche audience. Dark Souls took the formula utilized in De...

Metal Max Xeno Review

Mad… No, Metal Max. Reviewed on PS4 It is said that there are no new ideas afloat in our world. Creatively, everything under the sun has been thought of and, perhaps, created. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, of course. Take a look at Star Wars and Star Trek, for example. Similar ideas an...

Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk Review

A labyrinthine adventure. Reviewed on PS4 NIS America has, for a while now, been held close to my heart for bringing some of the best and niche JRPGs westward. Any fan of the JRPG genre appreciates the work they do. Not all games are smashing successes, however, and others toe the line of medioc...

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review

A Grand Finale Reviewed on PS4 One of the longest running franchises in Sony’s large catalog of exclusives, Yakuza has graced every iteration of the PlayStation since its debut on the PS2. The series has seen its fair share of ups and downs, but the saga is close to hearts of many Sony fans. A...
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