Reviews by DIRK GENTLY

Supergiant games pads their sophomore effort with just enough familiarity to keep a bold new direction feeling comfy. Read More
A kickstarter success that lives up to its promises. Read More
Snakebird might just be the strangest-yet-happiest puzzle game I have ever played. Read More
An ode to old school platformers from the NES heyday, Blood of the Werewolf tries to be many things at once and mostly… Read More
One More Dungeon combines roguelike mechanics with an FPS that harkens back to a time when flat sprites on a 3D plane… Read More
Despite the impressive-sounding name, Loot Hero DX struggles to capture the essence of what constitutes actual gameplay. Read More
Deadlight proves you can take cinematic platformers and give them the zombie treatment. Read More
A tense psychological thriller that relies on a smarter use of jump scares, but seems to strangely ignore the one thing… Read More
The weird juxtaposition of Action Henk's characters with its gameplay make it appear like it shouldn't work,… Read More
A physics puzzler that doesn't get too into itself so as to become obtuse, with just enough platforming to keep it… Read More