An ambitious dystopian RPG with a huge, rich world but a few rough edges.
Little more than a demo at this point, Graywalkers: Purgatory has a strong foundation that promises an exciting new entry of an isometric RPG but it still has a long way to go before it’s worthy of its price tag.
One of my favorite indie franchises is back!
Lack of both freedom and direction make this harder to love than it should be, but it’s still worth a look
A side-scrolling adventure game with time travel elements that seems to fall short of its ambitions.
Please don’t run out of coal before the night ends. *Generator shuts down* Nooo!
A sci-fi puzzle platformer where we play as a sentient jelly blob and everything is out to kill us.
A Marxist analysis of Pigs’ reveals how the dehumanization inherent to capital industrialization serves as a foundation for its horror.
Drop from orbit and reclaim the Earth, starting atop three cliffs.
Being augmented may make things easier, but good ‘ole detective work still needs to be done.