Developer: Jump Over The Age Designer: Gareth Damian Martin Publisher: Fellow Traveller Platforms: PC (Windows and Mac), Nintendo Switch Release Date: April 3rd, 2020 Review Date: April 9th, 2020 In Other Waters is an exploration game with a strong storyline. It has elements of a visual novel to help eventuate its story driven approach. Although with […]

A copy of Neon City Riders was sent to us for the purpose of this review. Neon City Riders is a top down adventure game from developer Mecha Studios and published by Bromio, it released on March 12th 2020. In it, players assume the role of Rick, a juvenile adventurer […]

Granblue versus the west: Granblue Fantasy is an oddity. A Japanese mobile game never released worldwide, it seems crazy that this little gacha game from Japan has become something of a media empire. Since its release back in 2014 the game has grossed a crazy ¥54.8 billion ($496 million) as of […]

A copy of Resident Evil 3 was provided to us by Capcom for the purpose of this review. Resident Evil 3 is the video game equivalent of Die Hard. It has great characters, a simple yet effective story, a terrifying villain, astounding action, and it’s a great time. Also like a movie, the remake of Resident […]

On first impressions alone when gifted Totally Reliable Delivery Service to review by the lovely folks over at Tiny Build. It became clear that this game had its roots in obnoxious control design. Inspired by games like Surgeon Simulator, Goat Simulator or Octodad. So I was prepared for a fun yet aggravating time. […]

The Set Up Guns, Love, and Tentacles: The Marriage of Wainwright & Hammerlock is the second major story DLC of developer Gearbox Software’s hit looter-shooter, Borderlands 3. Published by 2K Games, this DLC released on March 26 and costs £12.99 or $14.99. It’s definitely typical Borderlands. So if the billions of guns, wacky characters, and strange cultural nods […]

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, […]