Monthly Archives: May 2019

Barpig and After Hours Expansion – Review

The best way to describe Barpig is that, much like Mario Party, the game is just there to support the challenges. Distilled down to its key elements, Barpig is essentially just rolling a D6 and getting points and playing cards to switch things up every now and then. But none of that matters as the […]

Dark Futures: Blood Red States – Review

Games Workshop has been giving the licenses to their old games out like candy at Halloween and while the Focus Home sinks their teeth into Blood Bowl, Necromunda, and Battlefleet Gothic, others have to make do with the obscurer stuff. Personally, I have an up and down relationship with Games Workshop content. Some games, like […]

Void Bastards – Review

Channelling the spirit of Doom and the facetious anti-corporate humour of the Borderlands series, wrapped in a bold comic book art style, with FTL style navigation, Void Bastards is the roguelike I didn’t know I wanted. Having recently had to battle through the bureaucratic hell that is the HMRC, the humour in Void Bastards really […]

Snakeybus – Review

Indie arcade bus simulator snake crazy taxi Sega game

Snake meets Crazy Taxi, as a core concept its pretty damn engaging. You play an evergrowing bus, smashing through bus-stops and picking up passengers until you’re full, then hurtling straight to their destination. As you grow, the map gets more and more difficult to navigate and if you stop moving, game over. Snakeybus is deceptive […]

Wailing Heights – PC Review

Wailing Heights by indie developers Outsider Games is essentially what would happen if you merged Transylvanian monsters, 60s-70s rock music, and comic books together into one entity. Wailing Heights has a sort of cool, Scooby-Doo vibe to it that brings me back to when I was a kiddo, watching cartoon reruns starring meddling kids and […]