Tag: atmospheric

Aug
22

REVIEW: A Place for the Unwilling

A Place for the Unwilling: Meet me on the corner of Kafka and Lovecraft, one block north of Dickens.

Aug
08

REVIEW: Tidal Tribe

From sculpted sandbars to trailing tributaries, the water themed god-game Tidal Tribe is no day at the beach

Jul
03

REVIEW: Moonrise Fall

Somewhere between dreams and wakefulness, death and life, dark and light there is a place called Moonrise Fall.

Jun
14

REVIEW: Pathologic 2

Pathologic 2 is one of the most unique experiences you’ll ever have.

May
31

REVIEW: Ritual of the Moon

Part interactive art, part experimental narrative, and part digital therapy, the lunar-themed Ritual of the Moon is ultimately a weightless experience.

Jan
14

REVIEW: Paratopic

Dripping with Lynchian style and a captivating mood, Paratopic is a welcome new addition to the underrepresented genre of psychological horror in interactive storytelling. Though a quick game overall, the game’s hidden secrets and ambiguous story make for an indie […]

Oct
01

REVIEW: Witch Hunt

Witch Hunt, where you can channel your inner Van Helsing, hunt down the monsters terrorizing a small village, and uncover something much more sinister.

Sep
29

REVIEW: HEVN

HEVN is an extremely hard nut to crack, not because it’s convoluted, but because it seems to deliberately make your time with it as cumbersome as possible.

Aug
20

REVIEW: Yakuza 0

Like a Dragon

Aug
11

REVIEW: Mechanism

A unique puzzle game about a robot in a ruined world infected with the mysterious “Phlegm” that raises more questions then it answers, and it is filled with bugs.