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Serial Cleaner Review

Sometimes the name of a game can convey its entire premise in a split second, and Serial Cleaner is definitely one of them. The game follows the exploits of a ‘cleaner’, a man hired by cri...Read More

6 Fair

The Little Acre Review

Independent game development has been on the rise in Ireland in the past few years, but despite the vast amount of unique titles in development, few have stuck out to me like Pewter Games’ The L...Read More

5.5 Average

Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Review

Ever wanted to take a stroll around a random island? A barren plot of land in the middle of the ocean with its own set of landmarks and history? In Dear Esther: Landmark Edition, which makes its way o...Read More

Hue Review

In the past few years, independent games have risen to popularity through their unique methods of storytelling. Be it Journey, which helps you interpret its story rather than flat out tell you, or Tho...Read More

Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure Review

I loved dodgeball during my college years. It was the only time I could get away with throwing a ball at the toughest guy in school without any repercussions. I mean, it was only a game, right? It was...Read More