The fast acrobatic platformer Rifter that's absolutely soaked in neon is officially out today, here's some thoughts.
Monster Prom is a game I honestly completely ignored when it released. I will hold my hands up to that and tell you how much of an idiot I was for doing so.
Since its Linux release last week, I’ve been building up my empire and crushing all those who would oppose me in Thrones of Britannia. I’ve got a few thoughts to share about this latest entry in the Total War franchise.
Welcome to this new series of reviews, called Play It Now. With PIN, I’ll cover amazing games that you might have missed. They’re not big titles, they’re not all that recent, and maybe they just didn’t get the limelight they deserved. They’re all great games that I’ve either enjoyed playing, or that I’m still passionate about today. Here, we'll look at Flamebreak.
This metroidvania title has you facing off the scourge of biological life to save your robotic utopia. After spending my time blasting everything with a pulse I have a few thoughts to share.
Overload is easily one of the best six-degree-of-freedom shooters in my eyes and the full release is now available with great Linux support.
WEATHER FACTORY launch their first game, a dark, Victorian adventure inspired by Lovecraft. We take a look with an in depth review on the day of release.
Spartan Fist, the first-person puncher from Glass Bottom Games is out today with Linux support and it’s bloody glorious. Literally so, I’ve spent hours in this one punching people with various special fists and it just doesn’t get boring. Fists will fly, heads will roll.
Pillars of Eternity II released earlier this week and I was only able to share some basic thoughts about the experience. Now, with more time sunk into the game I have a more nuanced perspective I can talk about.
Feral Interactive have teamed up with Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix once again to bring a top title to Linux, this time we have Rise of the Tomb Raider.
This eye-catching shoot ‘em up mixes constant action with Mesoamerican motifs and a story about revenge. I stuck with it despite dying a large amount of times and have some thoughts to share about the game.
The Wastes is a fast-paced multiplayer FPS revamp of an old Half-Life mod released in 2000 of the same name, rebuilt with id Tech 3.
This stylized simulation of the American oil rush of the 19th century recently got new content in the form of DLC, titled The Heat is On. I gave both the base game and DLC a look.
The first expansion to the popular strategy game has several interesting new mechanics and additions. Now that it’s also out for Linux, I’ve had the time to give it a proper look.
I’ve had some time to play through this tactical RPG and experience the story and its mechanics in full. Here are my thoughts.
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