Tag Archive: Review

Pew Dew Redemption Review | No Pay 2 Play

In ‘No Pay 2 Play’, we review free video games (whether they’re riddled with microtransactions and season passes or not) and then answer the golden question: is it worth adding to your game library? Boring Stuff Developed and published by…
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Backbone: Prologue Review

Atmospheric, engrossing, and rife with anthropomorphism, the prologue for the upcoming noir-inspired adventure game Backbone by EggNut certainly perked up the ears of many gamers. What’s on offer in this free-to-download Steam demo – of which can be completed in…
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Sigils of Elohim Review – No Pay 2 Play

In ‘No Pay 2 Play’, we review free video games (whether they’re riddled with microtransactions and season passes or not) and then answer the golden question: is it worth adding to your game library? Boring Details Developed by Croteam and…
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Skip’s Sanity Review – No Pay 2 Play

In ‘No Pay 2 Play’, we review free video games (whether they’re riddled with microtransactions and season passes or not) and then answer the golden question: is it worth adding to your game library? Boring Details Developed and published by…
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THIS WAR OF MINE STORIES: FATHER’S PROMISE MOBILE REVIEW

IN WAR, NOT EVERYONE IS A SOLDIER If the title ‘This War of Mine’ awakens a sense of deja vu within you, it’s most likely because you’ve heard of it before in the last few years. The bleak survival game…
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Review – Mango Cart

Whether you’re running a hospital, mining for minerals on Mars, or even developing indie games within an indie game, business simulations all share an important objective, and that’s to make as much dosh as possible. Enter AkriGames with an oddly-specific…
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Retro Rated – Blood

Few games have titles that are as to-the-point as Monolith Studios’ Blood. This ultra-visceral shooter from 1998 was built within the same game engine as the legendary Duke Nukem 3D, which was known for its action-packed gameplay, high level of…
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