Tag: dark

Mar
25

REVIEW: Black Legend

Black Legend is a highly climatic turn based RPG set in XVII century Europe. It is perfect for fans of hardcore combat and, thanks to custom difficulty, it’s suitable for more relaxed and story focused gamers as well.

Feb
15

PREVIEW: King Arthur: Knight’s Tale

Rise from the dead as Sir Mordred so that you may restore order to the land by slaying King Arthur a second time in this dark fantasy tactical RPG.

Dec
20

REVIEW: Othercide

This is what happens when XCOM is set in a dark, horrific world full of angelic women and hideous creatures.

Dec
16

REVIEW: Visage

Gather up your courage and enter a haunted house that’s dark history spans over many years and several families. Just don’t let the lights go out.

Jul
08

REVIEW: The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters

Not the best horror game to play, but a great one to experience.

Jun
26

REVIEW: Dark Nights with Poe and Munro

Hello August, we have six short stories for you to enjoy during this fine evening featuring your two favorite radio hosts Poe and Munro. Enjoy.

Feb
21

REVIEW: Through the Darkest of Times

Experience Adolf Hitler’s rise to power through the eyes of an underground German resistance group as they do everything in their power to keep him from dismantling their democracy in this narrative strategy title.

Feb
14

REVIEW: Urtuk: The Desolation

Throw Battle Brothers and Darkest Dungeon into a blender with a few extra ingredients mixed in and you’ll end up with Urtuk: The Desolation.

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
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.