Late Shift Review

Played on Windows.
Also Available on iOS, AppleTV, Android, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and movie theaters.

If one was to ask me about FMV games a month ago, I would immediately think of the first game that talked about FMVs that I played. The massive Final Fantasy VII that shipped on 4 CD and boasted just under an hour of Full Motion Videos. At the same time, another form of FMV was being used. Entire games spliced together out of digitized video clips. There was everything from the infamous (but hardly as scandalous as people thought) Night Trap, Mad Dog McCree, and more.

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An Indie Game Roundup

When I finished playing Watch Dogs 2, I had a list of games I wanted to cover next. But I didn’t feel right. All the games I wanted to cover were major releases. So I told myself I should find an indie game that I wanted to cover. The thing is, I don’t know if any of the games were right to cover fully in a single review due to how long it takes to make one.

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When Ski Lifts Go Wrong Review

Played on Windows.
Also Available on macOS and Switch.

It’s time to return to the indie roots. I found When Ski Lifts Go Wrong based on some gifs the creator had posted on Reddit. It had a compelling development story about a guy, his brother, and his friend making the game. I’m not one to consider team sizes. What did impress was the look and gameplay he was showing off was impressive, and I wanted to see if it lived up to the gifs.

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Q.U.B.E. 2 Review

Played on Windows
Also Available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch

In 2011, Q.U.B.E. first came out. It was a unique physics-based puzzler. While it had a similar aesthetic to Portal, it offered a unique and interesting puzzle game, with a focus on manipulating parts of the wall and was a solid puzzle with a great design. Toxic Games has returned with a sequel, Q.U.B.E. 2. Will it also shine?

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Battle Chef Brigade Review

Played on Windows.
Also available on Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.

Apparently, I’m a fan of cooking games. I never knew that but since launching this site nine months ago, I’ve reviewed Cook Serve Delicious, Overcooked, and even have Chef on deck. Well if that’s the case, I guess that’s why I’m back here again, taking a look at the Iron Chef TV show Meets Bejeweled Twist. This is Battle Chef Brigade.

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