The second title for this was, Why Cel-Shading And Hoverboots Go Together Like Chocolate Chips And Mint Ice Cream. I don't know, but they do. A list of new cel-shaded games on the horizon and strangely how many of them are directly influenced by Jet Set Radio and Breath of
With its creepy cool design, Othercide certainly demands a second glance, but is it all flashy Sin City style over substance, or is there a game to kill for under there? The Finger Guns Review:
The last big first party release of the PS4 era, Ghost of Tsushima combines an achingly beautiful world with tight cinematic combat. But is it the swansong that the PS4 deserves, or just another open-world paint by numbers? The Finger Guns review:
A ridiculous ricocheting rabbit rush, Radical Rabbit Stew is an old school platform puzzler with the ingredients of a great meal. Rabbits, fun and a seasoning of humour. But is it a recipe for success? The Finger Guns Review:
Towaga: Among Shadows is both a one-stick and twin-stick shooter across two game modes. It certainly looks pretty with all those laser effects, but is it any good? The Finger Guns Review.
It's been an indie darling for the last two years, and now Crosscode is finally coming to consoles. We take a look at this pixelart singleplayer RPG that takes a lot of inspiration from the MMO genre, but is that a good thing? The Finger Guns Review:
I just want to gush a bit about the new Biomutant. Is that okay with you?
It's tough being King. In Yes, Your Grace, you are King and tasked with managing both your kingdom and your family. Will you be a despotic Joffrey, or a benevolent King Arthur? See what it was like to Live like a King with the Finger Guns Review.
Another ten top indie titles you need to be aware of, all nicely collected for your ease of viewing in no particular order.
A further ten top indie titles you need to be aware of, all nicely collected for your ease of viewing in no particular order.