CelJaded's thinky new series begins with a review of Professor Layton and the Curious Village.
Here comes Justice!
"The only time a lawyer can cry is when it’s all over."
A look at id Software's lesser-known Nintendo DS port, Orcs & Elves.
An empire falls.
An underwhelming game for an incredibly whelming acronym.
It's a kind of Magic.
Slice and dice.
CelJaded listens to Into the Breach soundtrack by Ben Prunty. Discover another side to Subset Games' latest release in this full MP3 album review.
Miniature mechs and aliens clash with a time travel twist in this strategy game from the creators of FTL: Faster Than Light.
A brush with greatness.
The rivers are black and the mists are crackling in this new heavy metal threequel from Black Water Rising.
CelJaded reviews the PC version of the industry's first high-profile soulslike, Lords of the Fallen.
A Game of Thrones meets The Animals of Farthing Wood in this impressive digital board game from League of Geeks.
A review of the follow-up novella to World War Z. Featuring 4 stories in one lean collection, is Closure, Limited worth breaking quarantine for?