Katharine Castle


30 games reviewed
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Unscored - Stray
Jul 18, 2022

A remarkable tale about the best cat in video games finding their way home through a dense and rich post-apocalypse. A must-play for cat lovers, and it also breaks new ground for action adventure fans.

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Unscored - Witch Strandings
Jul 6, 2022

An intriguing and novel take on Hideo Kojima's Strand ideas, Witch Strandings is a bubbling cauldron of magic and menace about saving or suffocating a haunted forest and its woodland inhabitants.

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May 18, 2022

A 60-minute story bolstered by a moreish endless mode, Gibbon: Beyond The Trees rejoices in the physicality of its titular primates while telling an affecting, heartfelt story.

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May 10, 2022

A tedious action RPG with more filler than an arc of anime, Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising offers little to excite or challenge those awaiting its more exciting Suikoden successor companion, Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes.

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A deep and riveting turn-based tactics game, Chaos Gate - Daemonhunters embraces the mayhem to create one of the most thrilling strategy epics of recent years.

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Unscored - Dorfromantik
Apr 28, 2022

A comforting and elegant village builder, Dorfromantik has grown to become a puzzle game for the ages. Its soft approach to strategy makes it instantly accessible but challenging at the same time, and its chill, lilting soundtrack soothes the soul.

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Mar 28, 2022

A recursive Sokoban puzzler that constantly surprises and delights, Patrick's Parabox is a source of infinite joy.

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Jan 28, 2022

A warm and fuzzy slice of life story about a time-travelling school boy trying to save his family. More 3D visual novel than classic adventure game, but its heart is always in the right place.

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Jan 10, 2022

A more than worthy successor to Monster Hunter: World, Rise elevates the series to new heights with this gorgeous new PC port.

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Unscored - The Gunk
Dec 16, 2021

A striking and confident 3D platformer that's a real feast for the senses, but one that plays it very safe compared to Image & Form's more inventive SteamWorld games.

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It's excessive, extravagant and downright ridiculous at times, but Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is a bold and exciting retelling of this beloved JRPG, with a fantastic new battle system to match.

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Unscored - Moncage
Nov 16, 2021

The overarching story is a little muddled, but for the most part Moncage is a smart and elegant puzzle game that frequently harks back to the mechanical wizardry of The Room.

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Voice Of Cards isn't so much a card game as it is a JRPG in card game clothing, but its simple, repetitive battle system fails to make much of an impression. Far from being a winning hand, this is sadly one for the discard pile.

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Unscored - ElecHead
Oct 19, 2021

An essential purchase for puzzle platforming connoisseurs, ElecHead is a thrilling, bite-sized adventure that makes you feel like the smartest person in the room.

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Unscored - Grotto
Oct 19, 2021

Mechanically it's a bit undercooked, but deep down Grotto is an artfully told tale about the meaning and limitation of words and language.

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Oct 6, 2021

In light of Alan Wake's new relevance in Remedy's Connected Universe, it's well worth making the trip back to Bright Falls for this classic third-person horror shooter, but the remaster has little to tempt PC players over the original Steam release.

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Unscored - Astria Ascending
Sep 27, 2021

There's no faulting its lush character designs, but beyond Astria Ascending's good looks lies a tedious and repetitive Japanese-inspired RPG whose insipid story and cringey voice acting make it difficult to bear.

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Unscored - Eastward
Sep 21, 2021

It's slow to start, but once Eastward gets going, this handsome post-apocalypse roars to life like nothing else, marrying top-down action with an exquisite cast of characters whose stories really make you care about the world you're trying to save.

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Unscored - Hoa
Sep 13, 2021

A gorgeous, non-violent puzzle platformer with big Studio Ghibli vibes, Hoa is a brief but brilliant tale about the healing power of nature, and the cutest rhinoceros beetles you ever did see.

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Sep 13, 2021

A challenging golf game set in the ruins of a future Earth, Golf Club Wasteland takes this classic sport to new, imaginative heights.

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