Ryan M.

Dad/Husband/Gamer. I ventured into the world of gaming in the early 90's as a kid, and still going strong. Huge supporter of all things Indie related. Very open to playing all genres, I enjoy stepping out of my comfort zone and trying new titles I'd otherwise overlook.
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Review : Iris Fall : A Mechanical Wonderland

Review : Iris Fall : A Mechanical Wonderland

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. Puzzles, puppets, and other unusual mechanical devices await players within the imaginative, yet short adventure that is Iris Fall, a 2018 PC title that has recently made its way to consoles. I have…
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Review : Twin Mirror : A Shattered Expectation

Review : Twin Mirror : A Shattered Expectation

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. The creative forces at Dontnod Entertainment have had a fairly busy last half of 2020, launching 2 new games over multiple platforms within just a few short months of one another. In August,…
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Review : Foregone : Pixels, Platforms, and Punishment

Review : Foregone : Pixels, Platforms, and Punishment

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here War has plagued the once thriving city of Calagan, and an evil presence threatens its very existence. The latest title from developers Big Blue Bubble; Foregone, is a sci-fi action-adventure game that sticks to the roots of traditional side-scrollers, all while cranking…
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Review : Darkestville Castle : When Keeping It Evil Goes Wrong

Review : Darkestville Castle : When Keeping It Evil Goes Wrong

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here Mischief, troublemaking, and other means of silly, evil antics have made their way to consoles this week with Darkestville Castle. Developers Epic Llama (along with the assistance of Buka Entertainment) initially launched their humor focused 'point and click' adventure title on Steam…
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Review : Beyond a Steel Sky : A Long Awaited Revival

Review : Beyond a Steel Sky : A Long Awaited Revival

PC gamers of the early 90's are certainly no strangers to the wave of 'adventure' games that flooded the scene during that era. There were almost too many to keep up with. However, a few still hold ground as the ''forefathers'' of the genre, and are considered favorites 20+ years…
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Review : Westmark Manor : Puzzles, Nightmares, and Cosmic Chaos

Review : Westmark Manor : Puzzles, Nightmares, and Cosmic Chaos

Grab some matchsticks, a lantern, or whatever sources of light you can find; you're going to need them. Nodbrim Interactive's latest Steam release, Westmark Manor, welcomes those who are pursuing a true challenge within its dark, haunted hallways. Plunging players into a tale of cosmic horror and mystery; there are…
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Review : Project Warlock : Bats, Demons, and Mummies, Oh My!

Review : Project Warlock : Bats, Demons, and Mummies, Oh My!

Retro Gamers and sorcerers rejoice; especially Switch owners in this case! Project Warlock; a 2018 title originally released on PC, has finally made its way to the Nintendo platform, bringing all of its artillery and magic to the players fingertips. Within the opening moments of the game, it was clear…
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Review : Gunfire Reborn : Guns, Grenades, and Game Overs

Review : Gunfire Reborn : Guns, Grenades, and Game Overs

Normally, I don't jump into games that are still in an Early Access state. It's not because I worry about performance issues, I'd just prefer to experience them in their intended entirety. But sometimes, there are exceptions. Duoyi Interactive Entertainment's new Steam launch, Gunfire Reborn, is the exception in this…
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Review : The Messenger : An Homage to the Classics

Review : The Messenger : An Homage to the Classics

Games like MegaMan & Ninja Gaiden were always some of my favorites growing up. They truly are benchmark titles. Almost anyone who has picked up a controller in their lifetime, has either played an entry in the series, or heard of them in one way or another. The ‘action-platformer’ genre…
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