Tag: exploration

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.

Jul
14

REVIEW: Yeli Orog

Yeli Orog manages to create a short-but-immersive, realistic, Lovecraftian experience that brings to mind several of its classic peers. Though held back by two problematic puzzles, the game is presently being offered for free, easily making it an attractive diversion.

Jul
13

REVIEW: Super Neptunia RPG

Our favourite pudding loving amnesiac is back again in an all new adventure. Some may say Neptune is a bit too one-dimensional to be a Goddess, but she is here to prove you wrong in her new two-dimensional game.

Jul
03

REVIEW: Moonrise Fall

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

Feb
07

NEWS: Beacon – Upcoming Release

Indie developer MONOTHETIC today announced that its neon-coloured, fast-paced sci-fi shooter launches on 27 Feb

Jan
26

REVIEW: Feudal Alloy

At long last, the metroidvania that is all about fish controlled robots, Feudal Alloy, is finally here, but was it worth the wait?

Dec
20

REVIEW: Storm Boy

Storm Boy brings a beloved children’s classic to life in a game that is enchantingly charming, however brief.

Dec
14

REVIEW: Battle Princess Madelyn

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Battle Princess Madelyn has successfully launched. But does it have what it take to keep you hooked throughout its entirety?

Nov
07

REVIEW: Spintires: MudRunner: American Wilds

You wanted trucks! You got ’em. You want muck! we have it. Get deep down and dirty with the new MudRunner: American Wilds.

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.