Tag: adventure

Jun
16

REVIEW: Yonder: Cloud Catcher Chronicles

When Psygineer reviewed this game on PC back in August 2017, he concluded that “if you are looking for a relaxing game to help unwind after a stressful day or hard gaming sessions, then Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles has […]

Jun
15

REVIEW: The Mercury Man

The Mercury Man is an action-adventure game that tries to be fresh and new by introducing experimental ideas, and various types of gameplay at once, but it fails to execute any of these things properly. This results in a title […]

Jun
11

REVIEW: Shape of the World

Shape of the World is a delightful surreal world which shifts and bends as you explore it.

Jun
10

REVIEW: Catmaze

Catmaze is one of those games that seems that it isn’t getting the attention that it deserves, even though it’s a bit rough around the edges.

Jun
08

REVIEW: Vampyr

For being one of the most anticipated games of 2018, Vampyr does not meet expectations and reveals itself as a mediocre, generic, inconsistent action-adventure game that is saved, in part, only by good character development and an intriguing game world.

Jun
02

PREVIEW: Shape of the World (pre-launch demo)

I had the pleasure of wandering through 5 minutes of this landscape and here are my first impressions.

Jun
01

REVIEW: Forgotton Anne

So that’s where my socks go. Well, I hope they had a nice life.

May
30
May
27

REVIEW: Earthlock

Earthlock draws its inspiration from classic JRPG’s of the 90’s, yet with a modern graphic look and feel to the gameplay.  It has the most flexible option set I have ever seen and as you progress through the game, you’ll […]

May
23

REVIEW: Without Escape

The real horror is only having frozen lasagna to eat.