puzzle platformer

The Way Remastered Review

Initially released on the PC back in 2016, the developers Puzzling Dream set out to create an old-school action adventure game. Immediately, the art design of The Way Remastered stands out. Lo-fi graphics and blocked, undefined pixel figures make up the bulk of the visual experience but they stand among detailed and richly crafted backdrops that create a unique and distinct setting. It’s a mix of aesthetics that could only be properly crafted in modern times, and sets a strong tone from the start.

The Way Remastered Review

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (Switch) Review

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a game I hadn't expected to enjoy as much as I did. Its shallow story failed to hook me, and its initial levels had me wondering if that is all there is to the game. However, the more I played, the deeper and more enriching its mechanics became

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (Switch) Review

Fe Review

Playing through Fe, it's clear pretty early on what the developers were shooting for. With its pastel polygonal landscape, hippy-dippy story elements and anthropomorphic animal leading character, Fe is supposed to hit many of the same notes as Journey, Ori, or a half dozen other indie darlings that tug at the heartstrings while we overlook some of the more underdeveloped mechanics.

Fe Review

Light Tracer Review

Light Tracer had a lot of promise. Playing as a faceless, nameless, and voiceless guardian angel of sorts, you use a magic wand to guide a diminutive princess as she climbs the mystical Tower of Bellbatis to commune with the gods.

Light Tracer Review