Tag: narrative-driven

Jun
10

REVIEW: Mage’s Initiation: Reign of the Elements

Pick your element and save the city while passing your magic school finals.

Apr
12

REVIEW: Oneiros

Oneiros is a very enjoyable adventure game with some gorgeous graphics, an interesting (If predictable) story, and a great soundtrack. Definitely worth checking out.

Jan
28

REVIEW: Telling Lies

Piece together the story by watching through the database of video footage of private conversations.

Jan
20

REVIEW: Rain of Reflections: Set Free

The beginning of a promising dystopian future RPG series with tactical battles.

Jan
19

REVIEW: State of Mind

Another great and gripping sci-fi story about a highly probable dystopian future to add to your list.

Nov
10

REVIEW: The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature

A breathtakingly beautiful and very poignant re-telling of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley.

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 […]

Mar
17

REVIEW: A House of Many Doors

A House of Many Doors was successfully funded on Kickstarter back in September of 2015, and after all this time it has finally become available for everyone to enjoy. That said, comparisons to Sunless Sea seem to be unavoidable, and […]