Wavey the Rocket is a brand new waveform-creating platformer with a control scheme you’ve never seen before. But is this retro concept game an essential purchase or something that should never have been tried? The Finger Guns Review.
Cloudpunk is the neon city of your dreams brought to life, with the freedom to fly anywhere you want as you make illicit deliveries for its citizens. But is it style over substance? The Finger Guns Review;
Anthros: Animals that think they’re people. They’ve been around a long time, but recently it seems everyone is getting in on the trend. We take a look at some of the most interesting Anthro games on the horizon, and the beginnings of the recent renaissance.
WarriOrb is, as it sounds, the story of a warrior who’s also an Orb. But is it platforming heaven, or ball-busting torture. The Finger Guns Review;
Final Fantasy VII Remake was pretty big, but could it have been bigger? If we could choose DLC, here’s what we’re after please, Square-Enix.
Spoiler Alert! You’ve finished Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and you’ve got questions about the ending. I don’t blame you. Let’s take a deep dive.
Square Enix have taken on a heady prospect – remaking what amounts to the most beloved video-game of all time. But is it a triumph, or something best viewed through rose-tinted spectacles? The Finger Guns Review;
A frenetic party-game where you scramble for nuts in 4v4 arena battles, but a serious lack of content is all you’ll find buried come winter. The Finger Guns Review.
A shmup with no unique selling point, hundreds of missions of filler, all with an entirely forgettable name. The Finger Guns Review.
*Hotshots is a series of previews on our most anticipated indies, either glorious Kickstarters still in production, or indie devs with magic up their sleeves. We can’t wait for these games. Hotshots is here to put them on your radar.