Author Archives for Luke M

City of Brass


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City of Brass is an endless city adventure-em-up about finding out exactly how useful a whip is as a weapon when you're enemy doesn't have any flesh.



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Ashen is another indie soulslike, but good this time. No, really. Part 2:


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For the king is a Party based Rogelike where you herd a party of unqualified dumbasses into almost certain doom because all the professional heroes are dead.

XOTH - Invasion of the Tentacube

XOTH – Invasion of the Tentacube

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This is melodic death, as serious as last time, but now with a nice line in playful over-expression. Xoth were never slouches lyrically, each track of Hostile Terraforming had something worth hearing in it’s grunting, gritt throated vocals, and invasion of the tentacube is no different. They seem to double down on that this time, and audio balancing means they hover forever at the edge of understanding. Usually close enough for understanding on your second or third listen, but at a first spin you’ll be too awed by the thrumming of the guitars, the relentless drumming and the hearty, ever energetic bass to pay the words much mind.

Dead Cells


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