Order Up!: Get Lost in Hidden Through Time

Need some comfy distraction in your life? Rae checks out Hidden Through Time – a seamlessly-designed hidden object game that takes you through the ages.

Order Up!: Face your fears in World of Horror

World of Horror’s early access is finally here! Rae takes a look at this Ito and Lovecraft-inspired adventure through seaside Japan as reality crumbles

LUNA The Shadow Dust (Review)

Rae adventures into the magical world of LUNA The Shadow Dust – a stunningly beautiful adventure full of wonderful details and a soundtrack to die for.

Mutazione (Review)

When Kai goes to her mothers hometown, shes greeted with new friends and a mystery. Journey to the small, quiet town of Mutazione with Rae!

Minoria (Review)

The stunning and long-awaited spiritual sequel to Bombservices Momodora games is here! Rae takes a look at this challenging, dark metroidvania.

We. The Revolution (Review)

Rae plays We. The Revolution – a political strategy game that leaves the player presiding over a Revolutionary Tribunal during the French Revolution.

The World Next Door (Review)

Rae reviews Rose City Games’ debut title. Welcome to The World Next Door, an aesthetically stunning adventure with much more room for story to be told.

Pizza Titan Ultra (Review)

It turns out that placing a pizzeria in the chest of a giant robot was a good idea after all. Join Peeziest as he taks a closer look at Pizza Titan Ultra.

Yakuza Kiwami 2 (Review)

Kiryu returns to his roots in a desperate attempt to prevent all out war between rival clans! Peeziest reviews Yakuza Kiwami 2.

Food Fantasy (Review)

Looking for a fun new mobile game to try? Rae takes a look at the world of Food Fantasy – a quirky RPG x collection x restaurant adventure. Fallen angels, food, and magic collide in this fresh new game from Elex Inc!

“Is It Wrong to Play Mobile Games About Dungeons?” – (DanMemo, or “Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in the Dungeon: Memoria Freese”) – [Review]

v.o.lynn reviews the mobile title Memoria Freese – inspired by “Is it wrong to pick up girls in a dujngeon”

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