Developer interview: Kainga: Seeds of Civilization

Steam continues to be a wonderful breeding ground for coding talent, and every now and then a project really catches our eye. One example of that is Kainga: Seeds of Civilization, which is being developed by solo dev Erik Rempen and offers a unique take on the village builder genre. We got in touch with Erik to find out more – here’s our interview with Erik, whose game is being published by Green Man Gaming. Continue reading “Developer interview: Kainga: Seeds of Civilization”

Treasures of the Aegean review (PS4)

Treasures of the Aegean probably wasn’t on a lot of people’s watch lists this holiday season, but it should have been as it’s an excellent game that combines elements of Mirror’s Edge, Tomb Raider, Flashback and even Deathloop into something very entertaining. It was developed by Undercovers and is available now on all major systems through publisher Numskull Games – we reviewed the PlayStation 4 version. Continue reading “Treasures of the Aegean review (PS4)”

Port roundup: The Wild at Heart, Death’s Door & Mastho is Together

We’re looking at three more recently ported games, with the lovely The Wild at Heart, the eagerly anticipated Death’s Door and the challenging platformer Mashto is Together. Continue reading “Port roundup: The Wild at Heart, Death’s Door & Mastho is Together”

My Singing Monsters Playground review (PS4)

A relatively unknown name for console gamers, the My Singing Monsters franchise just got a partygame in My Singing Monsters Playground, which is available for all major systems. It’s a surprisingly good game in a genre dominated by a certain Nintendo exclusive – here are our thoughts on the PlayStation version. Continue reading “My Singing Monsters Playground review (PS4)”