PC

"Schrödinger's Cat" Is More Than Half-Dead

There are interesting platformers, and there are some not-so-interesting platformers. However once in awhile there's the Schrödinger platformer, and while it hovers...

Read More
,

One-On-One: Playcrafting Boston - Spring 2015 Edition

King Baby Duck attends a great little gaming event at Microsoft's New England Research & Development Building, as he chats with...

Read More

"Catlateral Damage" Is The Time For Feline Revenge

Catlateral Damage is a strange game. In fact it's almost not really a game at all, but rather an anger...

Read More

Requiem for Cicadas In First "When They Cry" Chapter

Originally released as doujinshi visual novel back in 2003, Higurashi was successful enough that it reached acclaimed status, getting several...

Read More

Bunnylord is Your Savior, "Not a Hero"

Not a Hero kind of came out of nowhere for me. Once I caught wind of it through various sites and...

Read More

West Side Yandere Is "The Way We All Go"

With the level of interest in visual novels in the West increasing, some Western developers have sought to answer that...

Read More
, , , ,

No Borders No Race: Episode Hachi-Juu-Kyu

A lesson on how to get games made right pops up after another successful Kickstarter from an industry veteran, showcasing...

Read More
,

Pop Sandbox's "LOUD on Planet X" Hits Kickstarter

Back at PAX East a couple months back I stumbled across a Plants Vs. Zombies-styled game that featured many big...

Read More

Eroge Puzzler "HuniePop" Crushes The Candy-Coated Competition

**WARNING: WHILE THIS ARTICLE IS SAFE-FOR-WORK, THE FOLLOWING REVIEWED GAME IS INTENDED ONLY FOR PLAYERS 18 AND OLDER. READER'S DISCRETION IS...

Read More

Lost In An Alien World In "Axiom Verge"

The Metroidvania genre has grown really big, almost to the point of becoming over-saturated. Among them all, none are so...

Read More