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Megaton rainfall has an idea to be a very fun game, but, just doesn’t get it quite. Megaton rainfall is a first-person game, you take control of a superbeing and are tasked to save earth from a deadly alien invasion. There is no doubt whatsoever that this game on a technological standpoint is very impressive, the fact that you can travel from Earth to the sun in a matter of seconds with no load times is absolutely amazing.  What makes this even more impressive is that Pentadimensional games an independent developer based in Madrid Spain Is made up of a … Read More »

Lichtspeer is a game published and developed by Lichthund, an independent developer based in Warsaw, Poland.  Originally released for Windows, macOS, Linux, and PlayStation 4 back in September 2016  it finally made its way to Xbox under the new title Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition. Lichtspeer is a 2d action-adventure title in which you find yourself throwing spears of light at Viking penguins and other monsters. Taking control of either blond haired blue eyed male or female you are thrust into a strange ancient Germanic future, on a journey to prove yourself to the almighty Gods. Gameplay is basic but addictive you move from … Read More »

Yet Another Zombie Defense HD is a remake that no one asked for and no one needs. This a remake of an indie title that was released onto the Xbox 360. The zombie genre, some might say, has become tired and overused so the one real question we have for this game is, why? Why make a remake of a game that very few people have heard of in a genre that seems to have had it’s day? This is a twin stick shooter that does have a few interesting mechanics. As you play you earn money, you then use … Read More »

Have you ever had a conversation with someone you think you know really well and they say something that catches you off guard to where you think “I never thought they would say that?”  Created by Snap Finger Click, Awkward brings these topic set pieces to the forefront by giving players a spotlight for thought and opinion.  With over 5,000 questions and decisions to be judged on, there is plenty to ponder as well many ways for you to put yourself on display, or sometimes on blast, for a thought you may think you share with the majority to quickly … Read More »

Mothergunship is probably the most unique first-person shooters we have played in a long time but also the most boring. It is a roguelike shooter that allows you to create insane guns and when we say insane we mean 10 Gatling guns in one hand and 10 rocket launchers in the other. The premise of the game itself is moving from room to room killing robots and sometimes culminating in a huge boss battle. Touched upon earlier you have a right and left arm to equip whatever weapon your brain can create, think Lego but with high powered weapons. Depending on … Read More »

Developed by one-person, Kenny Creanor has crafted a game that mixes together elements of traditional platformers and racing games. You are tasked with navigating your way through increasingly challenging worlds starting with the comically easy to the frustratingly hard. oOo‘s challenging nature will make the experienced players jump for joy think Supermeat Boy, but with such small audience of players who revel in difficulty, this game may be for you but for people who like to take their time with games, this game may not be your thing. Levels take place on an ever-changing 3D ball. Speed and reflexes are your … Read More »

From the very moment you start up Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, it’s made crystal clear that you’re in for, as the voice of villain Cortex declares, “a smashing blast from the past” as we see everyone’s favourite marsupial literally being remade by leaping into a machine humourlessly titled Vicarious Visions, the studio behind this stunning remake. Bringing the original Crash Bandicoot series into the current generation, the N. Sane Trilogy manages to recapture the zany spirit and tough challenge of the original series in a gorgeous new visual style that’s bound to please those who grew up with he series alongside those … Read More »

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is a short episode made by the creators of Life Is Strange. Set before the upcoming Life Is Strange 2, Captain Spirit is the superhero alter-ego of our lovable main character Chris Eriksen, a young Nine-year-old boy who loves nothing more than being a kid, from reading his comics to playing with his toys. Chris lives with his dad, Charles, a former basketball star whose life has taken a nosedive in recent years and has turned to drink. The pair live alone in a house on the outskirts of small town called Beaver Creek, … Read More »

HITMAN 2 was recently announced and has been set for a release this coming November. IO Interactive has been kind enough to let everyone play a taster of what is to come. Pre-ordering HITMAN 2 will grant you access. Being only one level don’t expect a huge amount of depth like the main game but with that, it is great fun and well worth a look if you’re a fan of Season 1. You take control once more of Agent 47 but this time, instead of getting up close and personal you have positioned yourself on a nearby cliff edge. Similar to HITMAN Absolutions Sniper … Read More »

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