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Sumire – Switch (Review)

by Elegantfroston July 26, 2021
Sumire is an emotional narrative adventure set in a rural Japanese town. A watercolor art style and enjoyable writing set the stage for a wonderful time.

Terra Nil – PC First Impressions

by Elegantfroston July 6, 2021
An environmentally conscious, reverse city builder in which players rejuvenate desolate wastelands into lush ecosystems.

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Loop Hero Review: Just One More Loop…

by Elegantfroston June 23, 2021
A loop-bending rogue-like adventure that practically plays itself. A wonderful idle game to have on while you work.
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Forgotten Fields Review: A Journey of Nostalgia and Introspection

by Elegantfroston June 9, 2021
Dive into a moment of internal struggle in a writer's life. Listen to the waves as you shoot the breeze with old friends.

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TOHU Review: An Imbalanced Introduction to Point-and-clicks

by Elegantfroston June 1, 2021
A whimsical, introductory, point-and-click adventure with adorable artwork and occasional difficulty frustrations.

Indie Showcase: December

by Jmachineon December 24, 2020
It’s been quite the month for gaming hasn’t it? The new consoles are finally starting to settle in, Google Stadia has it’s first relatively bug free game with Cyberpunk 2077 (can you believe it’s the best version of this?), and some pretty darn good sales, giveaways, and announcements have been happening all over. With such […]