Styx: Master of Shadows Reflex Review: Up In Your Crannies

Styx: Master of Shadows is a character action, third-person, stealth RPG game set in a wonderfully confusing maze of a (possibly floating) castle-tower thing. You play as a handsome and well-mannered little goblin named Styx. You’re apparently after the heart of something called the World-Tree which lies at the center of the tower. You are hearing… Continue reading

Gunpoint Review: These Pants are Made for Jumping

I don’t remember exactly when I purchased Gunpoint but for one reason or another it sat uninstalled in my Steam queue for at least a month. After growing tired of my recent Fallout: New Vegas and Skyrim runs, I needed something different and by happenstance, stumbled across the game sitting there like a neglected child…. Continue reading

Stealth Bastard Deluxe Game Curious Video: Come On Out

Nothing says, “You’re doing it wrong” quite like a laser. Stealth Bastard Deluxe charms and fries Justin’s pants more than a few times while its mechanics and style manage to stand out just enough in this crowded genre of retro 2d platformers. This video is intended for a mature audience as our commentary is not… Continue reading

Monaco Invites You and Your Co-op Crew on a Heist on April 24th

Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine was winning indie game awards way back in 2010. Not bad for a prototype. Monaco will have you build a crew of thieves from a set of 8 character classes to “case the joint” and complete the perfect heist that Hollywood will surely use to make its next great movie…. Continue reading

Dishonored Review: Assassination at Reasonable Prices

Although it may be a little unusual, I need to start this review off with an apology to Bethesda. I’ve often said that, despite the time I’ve spent playing their games, that I wasn’t the biggest fan, that their combat & character interaction just didn’t work for me, whether it was in Elder Scrolls IV… Continue reading

Mark of the Ninja Video Reflex Review: Stealth is Cool Again

The duders at Klei Entertainment are trying their hands at the 2D stealth platforming genre (what?!) with Mark of the Ninja for XBLA. Mark of the Ninja is to Shank as Pizza Rolls are to Pizza. It’s got all the flavor of the original recipe, but product as a whole is superior in every way…. Continue reading