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Trüberbrook Review

Trüberbrook has a lot going for it: a unique artistic approach, an interesting setting and story, and an evergreen genre that never feels oversaturated. Although it never quite lives up to its potential, Trüberbrook in its best moments at least reminds jaded players that creative developers can surprise them.

Trüberbrook Review

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review

If Uncharted rose to fame with weapons it stole from washed-out Tomb Raider (before its reboot), Shadow of the Tomb Raider grabs them back, making it visually and gameplaywise the most essential action-adventure you can imagine.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review

Shio Review

Shio, developed by Coconut Island Games, is the latest entry to the already crowded platforming genre. The game features well-designed levels that will test your dexterity and a far too ambiguous story that will test your patience as you try to piece it together. While it doesn't achieve the level of great 2D platformers. like Ori and the Blind Forest or Super Meat Boy, Shio has its own unique charm to keep players hooked.

Shio Review

Omensight Review

Once upon a time, there was a land of Urralia. Watched over by a bird tribe and populated by dogs and cats, Pygarian empire wants to unite the land and its tribes - with force if necessary. The neighboring Rodentia fights back with all its critter and bear allies.

Omensight Review

Dragon's Crown Pro Review

Side-scrolling action-RPG Dragon’s Crown, which was released for PS3 and Vita six years ago, may be widely known for its risqué character design. Obscured behind Sorceress’s ridiculously sized and autonomously swaying bosom is actually a very competent example of its genre - far better than any unfortunately superficial values might suggest. It was just a matter of time when PlayStation remaster-train arrived in Hydeland and picked up Dragon’s Crown for a ride for the new generation of players.

Dragon's Crown Pro Review