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Orion Prelude Review – Everybody Do The Dinosaur~

I can’t seem to shake the feeling that I will get crucified on a professional level for praising a game that was originally despised as much as Hitler himself, but I have to give the game it’s due; it’s pretty fun for a while. No...
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Idiotic Indie Impressions #12 – Gunpoint Review

Intro Waddup fam. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Apparently working a full time job takes away a lot of your time. Who knew? On the bright side, now that I have an income, I can continue to fund my addiction to buying more games that I&...

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Bridge It Review- A Bridge Building Simulator

Gameplay You start off with a certain amount of materials and a set budget. The objective is to build a bridge to cross over different rivers and canyons. They start off very simple and require simple materials and simple building. As you progress...
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Lucius II Review. Demon Boy bringing hell to Earth!

Welcome to Lucius II. Lucius 2 is a third person indie Horror game just released on steam. It was developed and published by Shiver Games and follows the events of the first game. The devil’s son has been sent to a mental hospital after his parent...

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Idiotic Indie Impressions #11: Huniepop Review

Welp. It certainly brings new meaning to the term “single player” I suppose. I should begin by saying that I’m not terribly experienced with dating simulators. Outside of Hatoful Boyfriend which I absolutely loathed, the last dating sim I played w...
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Survivalist Review – Thriller, if it was Terrible

Survivalist is a zombie survival game created by “Bob the PR bot”, so essentially an independent indie title. It looks like it has a relatively small team judging from the title screen. From the steam page you can see a whole bunch of ...

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Idiotic Indie Impressions #10 – Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale Review

Background Like many others, my interest in this game stemmed from the following image. Since the language is a teeny bit vulgar, I’ve chosen to make the picture as small as possible to shield your virgin eyes. That said, if you’re not...
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Idiotic Indie Impressions #9 – A Bird Story Review

Background 2011’s To The Moon was regarded by many as having one of the best narratives in video game history. It was a gripping, heartfelt and original tale that captured the attention and hearts of myself and many other gamers. Despite the sub-p...

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With your fox buddy, you’re Never Alone.

Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) is one of the most unique experiences I’ve had among games. It’s a beautiful adventure into the Alaskan wild. You switch between a girl and an artic fox throughout the game as you try to solve puzzles an...
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Idiotic Indie Impressions #8 – Shovel Knight Review

Intro: Every now and then, there’s a game that comes along that ticks so many of your proverbial boxes that you just have to sit back on your chair, grab a drink and just appreciate that there are certain games in this world that were practi...

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Zombies in spaaaaaaceee – Dead Effect Review

  Somehow I ended up with Dead Effect through one of the bundles I purchased. I know my thought when I got the bundle was “Oh well, it comes with some card drops”. Whenever I get a game with card drops, I always give it a chance b...
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Idiotic Indie Impressions #7 – Real Boxing Review

When it comes to boxing games for the PC (or for that matter, any of the platforms it’s been released on), we’re not exactly spoiled for choice are we? Sadly, for the PC boxing pundits across the world, the much-beloved (heh) Electroni...

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Yes the robots! Not The Robots Review

When I first heard about Not The Robots, I thought to myself “Self, this sounds funny, but it’s just a gimmick that you’re going to waste money on.” So of course, I didn’t listen to myself and purchased the game. It t...