Flight School is happy to sit somewhere in the middle of being a game and a fully fledged simulator, but is worth the casual hours that you’ll pour into it.
The core platforming is among the best I’ve ever played but beyond that Mirror’s Edge Catalyst falls pretty flat due to a lack of story or purpose.
The lack of boss fights notwithstanding, The Bug Butcher is a really fun bullet-hell game with an entertaining little story.
PLAY Expo came to Glasgow last weekend, the first time the event has come north of the border. GlitchFreeGaming went along to check it out.
Paranautical Activity doesn’t reinvent the arena shooter, or breathe new life into rogue-likes, but by combining both it offers something new & interesting.
At it’s heart Flight School comes across as a very casual sim, and I for one will be eagerly anticipating the full release version on the 24th May
GlitchFreeGaming were able to speak with Stephen Hood, Creative Director at Dovetail Games, about the upcoming release of Flight School.
Would you save the world if it meant sacrificing the one you love? That’s the choice put to you, Arnice, in Gust’s new RPG: Nights of Azure
Thunder & Lightning feels like the perfect combination between Chess, Stratego and Magic the Gathering
Although we never backed it, we nervously opened up the review copy of Manasurge for the first time. Shiny cards! And a plastic baggie for the bits! It’s going to be OK; no one gives you a plastic baggie for the bits if the game is crap!