In the age of SoulsBorne games, Monster Hunter World, and Sekiro, you may have glanced at a PS4 title called Malicious Fallen. Or, maybe not, and this is the fist time you’ve ever heard of it. Boss rush game, anyone? […]
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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but with Spark it is not just the Pop Rocks mixed with soda distillation of the ’90s best platformers; it’s a classic in its own right.
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.
Forget the mystery, go hang out with your new friends!
It’s not selling some fine leather jackets, but this high-seas adventure game is still quite fun.
A fresh supply of quality first-person shooting
It’s time again to start placing the laser-reflecting cubes. This time more mirrors, zero gravity, and some new mechanics keep us happily puzzled in this futuristic setting.
A must-have JPRG back then and even more so now.
As a former Game Developer myself, Death end re;Quest makes me question the untold horrors that I have willing subjected innocent NPCs to over the years. What if one day, to my great dismay, I found out that those NPCs […]
Like exploring the remnants of an empire at the height of its decadency, Stellaris’ latest addition showcases the height of one of the best 4X games swept under the passage of time and progress.