Tag: exploration

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.

Sep
21

PREVIEW: Breathedge

Bursting at the seams with silly jokes, black humour, and outstanding graphics, Breathedge is a comedic science fiction game that’s worth a look while it makes its way through Early Access.

Sep
01

PREVIEW: MoonQuest

After around seven years of development, a successful Kickstarter campaign, and even a name change, MoonQuest has finally arrived on Steam.

Aug
13

REVIEW: Downward Spiral: Horus Station

A worthwhile experience in VR but ultimately as weightless as its primary movement mechanic. An impressive foundation that falls just short of becoming something truly great.

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.

Jan
12

REVIEW: A Collection Of Bad Moments

A Collection Of Bad Moments places players in the middle of dangerous and strange situations. It’s up to the player to find of a way to escape from them

Jul
10

REVIEW: Wild Unknown

A competent Walking Simulator with the odd jump-scare, and flashlights that have batteries that don’t run out in five minutes or less.

Jun
28

REVIEW: Dawn of Andromeda

A real-time 4X space strategy game that throws free play out of the window for pre-defined missions. Sounds interesting, but how well does it excute all this?

May
23

REVIEW: Shadows Peak

A decent horror exploration game with some well-done elements, undermined by imperfections and some unexplainable level design choices.