Like puzzles, and fun adventures with friends? Escape Simulator is a virtual escape room perfect for long-distance game nights.
Rae talks about Endwalker – a sweeping conclusion to Final Fantasy XIV’s first story that takes us across time, space, and memory.
Rae checks out Growbot – a soft, magical point and click with incredible environments, but a lack of story and sometimes frustrating puzzles.
Explore the dark corners of one of Japan’s haunted locations in Inunaki Tunnel – a walking sim that will have you looking over your shoulder.
Looking for something spooky to play on a budget? Check out free horror gem, Trick & Treat for an adorable and horrifying RPG adventure.
Hike, glide, and swim your way across a summery open world adventure in A Short Hike – now on Playstation and Xbox! (Spoiler: we loved it)
Rae checks out Pamali – a set of first-person horror adventures steeped in Indonesian folklore and superstition.
Looking for a quick scare? Take on your boredom – and something much, much darker – in Convenience Store – a slow-burn Japanese nightmare.
Chapter 2 of Deltarune is here! Rae talks a little about her impressions after finishing, and how it holds up against previous installments
Looking for a summer adventure to enjoy this fall? Rae takes a look at Boyfriend Dungeon – a quirky dating battle adventure
Step into a world of magic and wonder in Hoa – a soft, nostalgic puzzle platformer perfect for unwinding on a lazy afternoon.
Rae plays Cozy Grove – a calm and comfy ghost-helping sim that reminds us it doesn’t all have to be done at once.
Alex and Rae spend some time in Rainbow Bay to review this dating sim with a twist – get ready to adopt a furry friend AND find your forever!
Neonblue reviews Sea Salt; A pixel horror that has you take the role of a Lovecraftian God. Summon your horrors and descend upon the world.