Game Reviews, Indie Games, Youtube

Neighborhorde Review

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In the video: I will be reviewing the new PC shooter: Neighborhorde, and analyzing the nostalgia this game gives off.

Game Description: Neighborhorde is a couch co-op shoot-em-up where you and your team of friends use toys as weapons and game-changing superpowers to try to survive the attacks of evil robots and zombie Abe Lincolns.

Made by: ChocolatierGames

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Game Reviews, Indie Games, Podcast, Social Media

The Indie Spot Podcast Episode 7 – Bribables

In this episode, we will be taking a look at Bribables, the political satire RPG by Rochas found here: rochasgames.itch.io/bribables

It doesn’t exactly… go well

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Game Reviews, Indie Games

Lichdom Battlemage Review

I assume you have played an RPG; since this is a PC game you’ve probably played Skyrim right? Well if you have you probably at one point played spell sword where you attack primarily with some sort of melee weapon and then occasionally make use of some sort of spell to do some damage. Well, Lichdom Battlemage is that minus the sword and with double the destruction.

Lichdom Battlemage is tagged on steam as an RPG, and steam said it was similar to the likes of Skyrim. However, this to me was one simple thing… DOOM with spells. The game doesn’t make use of any currency, and not much of any open world, but it is very much run-and-gun with spells. The only things you collect, are little modifiers that you can use to craft and upgrade spells...

Game Reviews, Gaming, Indie Games

Ultimagus Review

Ultimagus has the look, feel and sound of an old arcade game. The sort you’d play as a kid in the early 80s for a quarter. I’m sure that, back then, this would have hit the sweet spot between difficulty and challenge. Being a 2D hack and slash with shooter elements it evokes the shooter arcade games of the time. Like Galaga or Galaxian with a landscape format and medieval/fantasy theme. Some might compare it to a tower defense. To be perfectly honest the ‘set it and forget it’ traps and spells are less tower defense and more just a tactical play mechanic. Like land mines or C4 in Metal Gear games.

Although a thematically retro title I expected more of a game built in 2017. I enjoy difficult and complicated games. I’ve sunken countless hours into Dwarf Fortress...

Game Reviews, Gaming, Indie Games

Lunar lander meets Thexder in retro-riffic nod to classical gaming.

As I browsed the art assets the publisher placed on the Steam page for this game I had a sinking feeling someone had taken a 90s era PC game and uploaded it to Valve’s storefront. Boy was I ever wrong. Not only was my fear unfounded I was also delighted when I got the chance to play it for myself. In Captain Kaon you play as the titular heroine. Or should I say Anti-heroine? As an ex-con with a checkered past and a commuted sentence Kaon comes fully equipped with an attitude, a lot to prove and an itchy trigger finger. As one of the few remaining gunship pilots she’s been given command over the Argus. The flagship of the defense fleet...

characters poster legrand legacy
Crowdfunding, Game Reviews, Indie Games, Youtube

First Impression – Legrand Legacy

In the face of certain death, the beast that lies deep within you is awakened…

Forgotten past and future full of opportunities

You are Finn, you are a slave. You have no memory of your past. Being bought by a slave master you have to fight in the Arena for the entertainment of the local folk.

When faced with the Arena champion, the only thing you know for sure is that you want to survive!

Game Reviews

99 Cent Gaming Reviews “The Land of Dasthir”

Aida I’ve Failed You

The Land of Dasthir was a game I didn’t expect too much from, being an RPG made in RPGMaker and priced under a dollar. Expectations of RPGs such as a deep system, a medium to long amount of playtime, tons of locations, and a complex story were set aside as I loaded this game up. After playing through to the first battle and dying at it, twice, I either need to skip cheap RPGMaker games or set my expectations even lower in the future.