Tag: post-apocalyptic

Sep
29

ARTICLE: Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs – Dehumanization of Industrial Capital

A Marxist analysis of Pigs’ reveals how the dehumanization inherent to capital industrialization serves as a foundation for its horror.

Jul
15

PREVIEW: Cliff Empire

Drop from orbit and reclaim the Earth, starting atop three cliffs.

Jun
25

REVIEW: Whispers of a Machine

Being augmented may make things easier, but good ‘ole detective work still needs to be done.

May
09

REVIEW: Fade to Silence

While the game’s approach to the survival genre is a welcome attempt, ultimately it leaves the player feeling a little cold.

Mar
02

REVIEW: Burden

Burden was only in Steam’s Early Access for a relatively short time, which is a shame. It could have been so much better!

Oct
15

REVIEW: 60 Parsecs!

The long-awaited sequel to 60 Seconds! is finally here, and now you get to play as survivors of a nuclear holocaust in space.

Jul
08

REVIEW: Arizona Sunshine + Dead Man DLC

The Zombie Apocalypse in VR! We talkin’ “Evil Dead” levels of awesome, or stuck in that Underground Bunker watching “Zombie Lake”? Let’s get knee deep in the dead and find out!

May
20

REVIEW: FAR: Lone Sails

A beautiful, but flawed mini-masterpiece, FAR: Lone Sails has some wonderful scenes coupled with some frustrating bugs.

May
10

REVIEW: Frostpunk

From the makers of This War of Mine, comes Frostpunk, a society survival game where you have to manage the last city on Earth, in the midst of a global catastrophe.

Apr
18

REVIEW: Will To Live Online

Will To Live Online is a fairly standard post apocalyptic MMORPG that could improve in the future, but as of now it doesn’t really stand out from the crowd with so many other similar games around.