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5Amateur

Fortune’s Tavern Review

Hey indieRuckus reader, are you tired of those boooooring JRPGs where you end up traipsing around the whole damn world for days on end? Fighting endless battles, fixing every moron's life problem that asks, and...
Life is Strange Game
8.5Spiffy

Life is Strange Review: Ep 1

I played the first episode of Life is Strange this evening. It was a bit of a late adoption because I hadn't decided if the game actually qualified as an indie title. Sure it's tagged as "indie" in the Steam s...
6.8Fair

Review: Disorder

Depression; mental illness; loss of a loved one. That's rough stuff. Makes it hard to knock down a game that tackles such heavy subject matter... says somebody else who isn't me. **winky face with a thumbs-up h...
7.5Too Short™

Xeodrifter™: A Very Trademarked Review

Xeodrifter™, is a trademarked game which its developer, Renegade Kid, makes sure is branded with a trademark logo in every place that it's mentioned. So don't get any wise ideas about ripping it off! Addition...
5.5Rough

New Old School: Insanity’s Blade Review

Insanity's Blade is the kind of game everyone can relate to. When demons rise from hell to demolish your village and then proceed to burn your wife and child alive in front of you, it hurts. I've been there. We...
8.3Winner

Early Access Review: The Deer God

A divine offering descended into early access this week, and its name... is The Deer God. Yeah, it's good, but hold on---I gotta do my intro. Many gamers, even Steam loyalists, are reluctant to drop dollars ...

Review: Never Alone

Never Alone is an interesting game for one very big reason: it was developed in partnership with Cultural Ambassadors---that is, actual Alaska Native storytellers and elders---in order to authentically tell a s...