Author: Anna

Oct
20

ARTICLE: Interview – Developers of Dissolving

Introduction: About the Authors My name is Anna, you know me as a staff writer who regularly contributes horror game reviews, articles, and interview contributions to SaveorQuit.com My name is Ethan. I am an ethereal construct which was formed in […]

Oct
12

REVIEW – Pursuer

Pursuer will lose all its potential unless it receives major patchwork. Until then, this game remains unpolished, underdeveloped, and overpriced.

Oct
12

REVIEW – Distraint

“A 2-D hidden gem that is parts creepy, surreal and metaphorical. A poignant Marxist commentary on how society places property rights over people and the nightmarish consequences of being overriden with greed.”

Oct
10

ARTICLE: Sad Satan: Are you afraid of the Deep Web?

No other game in recent memory has achieved this haunting reputation among the internet.

Oct
08

REVIEW – Palmyra Orphanage

On your next rainy day, maybe consider picking up Palmyra Orphanage, a ghost story of a missing brother, dead children, and a morally bankrupt and financially ruined orphanage.

Oct
05

REVIEW: Shadows and Dust

A short, niche, deafening ghost story of depression and decisions, of choices which cannot be undone, and cannot meaningfully be made either. Yellow dim eyes linger as you live in shadows and crawl in the regret left behind.

Oct
03

ARTICLE: Interview – Developer ‘Peace & Love Games’

A Brief Introduction Patrick is an avid gamer, perhaps a bit of a geek. He goes by the pseudonym ‘Peace & Love Games.’ He is all about spreading the joy of sharing time with others, playing games, laughing, and learning. […]

Oct
03

REVIEW: LORELAI

A brutal emotional horror about a young woman who tries to escape her abusive household. In this non-linear story, it is the princess who will save the hero.

Oct
03

REVIEW: Bucket Detective

For the price of coffee, experience a dark and cynical passion project with an assortment of memorable art, thematic sound design and great laughs.

Oct
01

REVIEW: We Know the Devil

I know the Devil. A magic realist, character-driven visual novel. Haunted by 80s synth-wave and the Blair Witch. I know the Devil. It’s queer, troubled and rebellious. Do you?