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Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the sequel to the much-loved Ori and the Blind Forest. In this review, CountrCultur discusses whether it lives up to the high standards set by its predecessor.

Remember the Little Things

The little things make all the difference. Countr Cultur takes a look at the mechanics, concepts and quirks that make a game great.

Alien Scumbags Review

Alien Scumbags is a humorous, 8-bit retro arcade-style shooter with some nice survival-horror elements. Our review inside

Most Influential Games of 2010’s

We look back over the 2010’s and discuss three of the most influential games of the 2010’s, and how they moved the industry forward.

Disability in Gaming: The Battle for Accessibility

Accessibility describes how easy something is to access – whether it’s a location, a product or a service. For people without a disability, most places, products and services are simple

Deacon and Boozer ride through the rain

I’m Only Happy When it Rains

Games have spectacular effects which often just make us stop playing to admire the view. We felt like rain effects are underappreciated! Here’s why.

My Time at Portia – Review

I discovered My Time at Portia (MTAP) after trudging through Animal Crossing: New Horizons, a game that left me contemplating the merits of ritualistic disembowelment. By comparison, MTAP is a

Cloudpunk – Review

Our review of Cloudpunk, the new cyberpunk themed game from developer ION LANDS available now on PC. Our review inside.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the sequel to the much-loved Ori and the Blind Forest. In this review, CountrCultur discusses whether it lives up to the high standards set by its predecessor.

Remember the Little Things

The little things make all the difference. Countr Cultur takes a look at the mechanics, concepts and quirks that make a game great.

My Time at Portia – Review

I discovered My Time at Portia (MTAP) after trudging through Animal Crossing: New Horizons, a game that left me contemplating the merits of ritualistic disembowelment. By comparison, MTAP is a

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Alien Scumbags Review

Alien Scumbags is a humorous, 8-bit retro arcade-style shooter with some nice survival-horror elements. Our review inside

Most Influential Games of 2010’s

We look back over the 2010’s and discuss three of the most influential games of the 2010’s, and how they moved the industry forward.

Disability in Gaming: The Battle for Accessibility

Accessibility describes how easy something is to access – whether it’s a location, a product or a service. For people without a disability, most places, products and services are simple

Deacon and Boozer ride through the rain

I’m Only Happy When it Rains

Games have spectacular effects which often just make us stop playing to admire the view. We felt like rain effects are underappreciated! Here’s why.

My Time at Portia – Review

I discovered My Time at Portia (MTAP) after trudging through Animal Crossing: New Horizons, a game that left me contemplating the merits of ritualistic disembowelment. By comparison, MTAP is a

Cloudpunk – Review

Our review of Cloudpunk, the new cyberpunk themed game from developer ION LANDS available now on PC. Our review inside.