Tag: open-world

Feb
27

PREVIEW: My Name is Sarah

“I don’t remember anything except my own name.”

Jan
26

REVIEW: Thea 2: The Shattering

Survive long enough to fulfill the role that the gods have bestowed upon you in a harsh post-apocalyptic fantasy world that seeks to kill you at every turn.

Jan
14

PREVIEW: RE:OZMA

Clearly inspired by the classics of the 2D sandbox RPGs, RE:OZMA sports some interesting features but has a long way to go if it hopes to compete with the genre’s heavyweights.

Jan
09

PREVIEW: Solace Crafting – Second Look

A second look, two years later.

Dec
23

PREVIEW: Survive the Nights

Lack of both freedom and direction make this harder to love than it should be, but it’s still worth a look

Dec
13

PREVIEW: This Land Is My Land

Take the fight to the settlers and reclaim your ancestral territory as chief of a Native American tribe in this simulation-strategy sandbox set in the American frontier.

Dec
03

PREVIEW: Gearstorm

While a bit clunky in places, Gearstorm has solid foundations for a large-scale survival game, and it’s already pretty addictive.

Nov
20

PREVIEW: Stars End

This science-fiction survival-crafting bun needs a lot more time in the oven before it’s suitable for human consumption.

Nov
15

REVIEW: Graveyard Keeper – Stranger Sins

Run your own tavern and learn more about the history of The Village and its residents in Graveyard Keeper’s first DLC.

Nov
14

REVIEW: Pine

A big, bland, almost empty world, hemmed in by overbearing fog and filled with repetition.