Tag: atmospheric

Jun
13

REVIEW: Ancestors Legacy

Have you ever wondered what occupied your ancestors 1000 years ago? How did they keep themselves busy? What kind of lives did they have? Did you ever stopped to think that if they hadn’t done whatever it was they did […]

Mar
25

REVIEW: Far Out

Questionable design and tech issues are aplenty in this retro-futuristic space adventure game.

Mar
04

REVIEW: Scavenger SV-4

The most unique sci-fi space exploration game that I’ve ever played.

Oct
12

REVIEW: Fall of Light

Inspired by a great series, Fall of Light fails to distinguish itself on its own.

Jun
08

REVIEW: The Edgelands

Weird, but it works.

Apr
03

REVIEW: Kona

Kona is a narrative driven first person exploration game set in the fictional Lake Atamipek in Quebec, Canada. The game has recently been released after a successful year on Early Access, which allowed the developers to polish the experience as […]

Dec
14

REVIEW: Lantern

Lantern is developed by Storm in a Teacup and published by 1C Company. Dev team has had their fair share of atmospheric projects on Steam and I’m pleased to notice that all that previous experience was put to good use […]

Dec
04

REVIEW: Beholder

Beholder is a genre-defying game in the sense that it feels like a mashup of a bunch of ideas taken from several other contexts and put together into one nice package. The game takes place in a dystopian setting, which […]