Sunday, November 19, 2017
Authors Posts by Aaron Auzins

Aaron Auzins

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A professional writer who has been involved in video games writing for nearly a decade. From handwritten fanzines as a kid to growing up and writing for a number of online sources, I have at least slightly dabbled into nearly every aspect of independent video gaming. Rhythm and fighting games are my jam, and I use my free time to organize events that promote positive gaming.

Review: VOEZ (Switch)

The Nintendo Switch's game library may still be considered narrow, but Flyhigh Works/Circle Entertainment jumped in early to provide the format with its first...

Wandersong to Bring Unique Music Action to PC/Mac

Dumb and Fat Games is at work on a new rhythm/platforming title for PC and Mac, with plans to make the title available in...

Review: Akihabara – Feel the Rhythm (PC)

Akihabara - Feel the Rhythm is the newest rhythm puzzler to hit Steam, infusing elements of the Japanese district to create an eclectic sight...

Metronomicon support rolls out with DLC, tournament, codes

The Metronomicon released on Steam Sept. 29, but the folks at Puuba Games have made sure the title is receiving continued support. Since launch, two...

Review: The Metronomicon (PC)

With more games releasing to the market than ever before, players are becoming hard-pressed to find games that do a single game genre very...

Puuba Games’ Danny Garfield breaks down The Metronomicon

We are only day away from the release of Puuba Games' The Metronomicon on the Steam platform. The game promises to meld rhythm and...

Review: Klang (PC)

Klang from developer Tinimations and publisher Snow Cannon Games is the latest Steam addition that melds action/platforming with rhythm elements - a combo that...

Bemanistyle game preview: The Metronomicon (PC)

Puuba and Kasedo Games announced its rhythm-RPG hybrid will release on Steam Sept. 29, and The Metronomicon can now be pre-ordered at 20 percent off. The...

Review: Riff Racer (PC)

Following a string of titles such as Audiosurf, Riff Racer is one of the newest games available on Steam that uses a player’s music...

Review: Chime Sharp (PC)

The original Chime snuck in during the height of the Xbox LIVE Arcade fold for the Xbox 360, gaining a fan following thanks to...