A copy of DoomEternal was provided to Culture of Gaming for the purpose of this review. Doom or Dewm, as some like to call it, finally got a sequel. A little game called Doom Eternal, which released for all consoles (apart from Nintendo Switch) and blends fast-paced combat with some […]

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the sequel to 2015’s Ori and the Blind Forest, developed by Moon Studios. The vivid, emotional platformer emphasized brilliance and subtlety and has merit in being one of the few dedicated platformers I thoroughly enjoyed. Now, here we are 5 years later, […]

Everyone has that one series or game that takes them back to his/her childhood. A time where things were simpler and wonder filled our imaginations. For many, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon is that series. With its array of loveable characters and intimate plots that makes you tear up with emotion, these […]

Stela Is An Indie Girl: The artsy minimalist platformer has become to indie gaming what the FPS is to triple A. Ever since Limbo brought its gloomy sensibilities to digital marketplaces, the indie scene has been littered with these quiet, minimal experiences. From the dark kafkaesque world of Inside to […]

For those of you unfamiliar with the bleak survival slog that is the Pathologic series. This franchise rose to prominence in its first instalment back in 2005. It had its critics but overall, Ice Pick Lodge’s initial title did provide a uniquely brutal and challenging survival experience. With a narrative […]

Artificial Extinction is a first-person tower defense game developed and published by indie developer 100Hr Games. AI have taken over and you must flee to a new planet to carve out a new home for you and your family. There is a catch, however. Your family is nine days behind […]

Setting My Banner Down in the Grass Dauntless is a co-op fighting game very much like the Monster Hunter games but without that RPG feel. Dauntless is primarily a fighting game, and it shows. Despite the gorgeous Fortnite-esque aesthetic, and the really cool characters, Dauntless plays a bit laboriously for […]

The Lines aren’t the only thing that’s broken: There are a few phrases I’ve found myself repeating throughout the eighth generation. “So they’re remaking that game now?” or “So they’re rebooting that franchise now?” or the slightly less used but similarly relevant: “When will we get another good World War […]