• Ten Review

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  • Gardener’s Path Review

    Reading Time: 5 minutes Gardener's Path is a sliding puzzle game showcasing the struggles of gardening and caring for nature simultaneously. Find out more here.

  • Mekabolt+ Review

    Reading Time: 5 minutes How do the extra features in the indie platformer Mekabolt+ measure up? Find out here in our Rapid Review.

  • A Little Lily Princess Review

    Reading Time: 4 minutes In British-controlled India, Sara Crewe was raised like a princess, always given the best of everything. Now that she is old enough, she must be sent away to boarding school in a foreign land, relying on…

  • Within the Blade Review

    Reading Time: 5 minutes Within the Blade focuses on stealth, action, and exploring feudal Japan. Is this one worth playing on Switch? Find out in this Rapid Review.

  • Sun Wukong Vs. Robot Review

    Reading Time: 5 minutes Sun Wukong Vs. Robot is a brief Metroidvania with fluid movement. Is this simple title a must-play or is it a waste of your precious time?

  • Super Destronaut DX-2 Review

    Reading Time: 3 minutes Does neon-soaked, supercharged Space Invaders sound appealing? Then read our Rapid Review for Super Destronaut DX-2 on the PS5.

  • Balancelot Review

    Reading Time: 3 minutes Read our review of the frustrating physics-based platformer, Balancelot on the PlayStation 4. Prepare for imminent frustration.

  • Gutwhale PlayStation 5 Review

    Gutwhale Review

    Reading Time: 3 minutes Read our review of the weird Gutwhale. A tiny roguelike that's enjoyable for its very short lifespan. Descend through the guts to survive.

  • Tamiku Review

    Tamiku Review

    Reading Time: 5 minutes Read our review for Tamiku on PlayStation 4. Popping balloons has never been more dangerous.

  • Birthday of Midnight Review

    Birthday of Midnight

    Reading Time: 3 minutes Read our review of Birthday of Midnight on the PlayStation 4. Why is this little fellow obsessed with pain and being hit into holes?