A Hell’s Belles interview with a succubus named Cinder about the ups and downs of mediocre gigs in the making and what they actually bring to the table. If anything.
Summer blew our doors down, increasing temperatures to boiling points. Or to around 36°C where I am, but my mind feels otherwise. But, Summer’s always a good time for some hot Steam game releases, so grab a cold beverage of your choice, turn
About 70 minutes long RTX demo not really worth its asking price.
A look through what’s on offer at Steam this month. With Spring in full swing, even with the pandemic, many of you will, hopefully, get out more and breathe some life. So this month’s focus is on short narrative experiences that
A deceptively charming city builder wrapped into a slightly obtuse puzzle management game.
“Longing, we say, because desire is full of endless distances.” – Robert Hass
“Love is the extremely difficult realization that something other than oneself is real.” – Iris Murdoch
April. The month that starts with lying. Like many Early Access launches and more than a few game pitches. Luckily, the privileged and payed α/β Early Access testing we do for the developers can steer and alter the course of roadmaps, a catch-all
March is slowly marching it’s way out, leaving us with wonderful month long observances such as National Celery and National Frozen Food month in the U.S. and some lovely date specific holidays, like the National Festival of Trees held every
Travel back to 1920’s Arkham and join Lone Carter in a mysterious investigation somewhat competently integrated into H.P. Lovecraft’s novella At the Mountains of Madness.