Come on in my friend, and get yourself a nice cup of coffee or tea. Time to look back at the overview of everything that happened on the site this past week, running from June 8th until June 14th 2020.
The weekly news highlights what happened on LadiesGamers.com this past week. So if you haven’t had time to read during the week, here’s all that was published all wrapped in a nice package.
This weeks reviews
Dread Nautical is a horror-themed, tactical turn-based RPG with rogue-lite elements by Zen Studios. Released on consoles and PC and Paula takes a look.
Paige takes a look Shantae and the Seven Sirens for her review and finds that It’s terribly hard to resist the siren call of this game!
Wilmot’s Warehouse: keep a warehouse running in tip-top shape. Organize items the way you want, so you remember where you stored it for delivery!
Aamir takes a look at Evan’s Remains, a logic puzzler, and finds it is a sad and interesting experience. One that he can definitely recommend.
Gunfire Reborn is a promising rogue-lite shoot ’em up, featuring a cat in a hat and Eastern influences.
House Flipper: for a game that’s all about risk vs reward, how did this port of an indie hit balance out? Abbi takes a look, wanting to love it.
Another Cateia puzzler ported to Switch! These can be a bit hit and miss, did this one live up to expectations. Is it a good one for on your puzzle list?
Do you fancy being Oil Baron? Well, Paula’s advice is to take up the challenge in Turmoil, a simulation, strategy game set in the 19th century oil rush in North America.
2D roguelike arcade Demon’s Tier has engaging gameplay that kept this writer coming back for more, even if the graphics were sometimes muddy.
Evaristo checks Fledgling Heroes. He recommends it for anyone who is looking to give their kids a game that has what so many other auto runners lack: heart and soul.
Editorials/ featured series
To make sure we are still able to entertain and inform you we put out a survey from time to time to see who our audience is. The first one was published in 2016 with the specific aim to see if more women were flocking to playing video games. The second one focused on whether people play games on dedicated consoles while still playing on their mobile phones too.
Now, two years on, it’s time to see if we are still on the right course! So please participate in the survey, and put in your votes!
Japan is getting 4 Game Gear minis of various colours, pre-installed with 4 games. While wishing for it James remenisces about his favorite Game Gear games.
Ashley takes a look at upcoming RawFury games, and finds there’s things that, Raw Fury likes: journeys of self-discovery, noir, and rogue-lites!
All these games from Quantum will be shown off at this years Steam Summer Festival between the 16th and 22th of June. Will some make it to the Switch?