Tag: sci-fi

Nov
17

REVIEW: MO: Astray

A sci-fi puzzle platformer where we play as a sentient jelly blob and everything is out to kill us.

Nov
12

REVIEW: Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack

A new aesthetic content pack for an already immersive strategy game, Stellaris: Lithoids Species Pack is a solid addition if you’re the type that likes that kind of thing.

Nov
08

PREVIEW: Encased: A Sci-Fi Post-Apocalyptic RPG

A modern indie take on the classic turn-based isometric RPG genre that draws inspiration from Fallout and Shadowrun, and borrows liberally from the novel Roadside Picnic.

Oct
01

REVIEW: Dissolving

In Dissolving, death is not the final escape. This interactive visual novel posits the question: Would you leave your mortal body behind for the mystery of a digital world?

Sep
27

REVIEW: Nauticrawl

Theorize. Experiment. Repeat. Learn how to pilot the mysterious machine…or die trying.

Sep
23

REVIEW: Skyrift

Stop the Darn Aliens menace™ in this Sci-Fi action shooter that looks the part, but underneath has very little to offer.

Sep
22

REVIEW: Battlestar Galactica Deadlock: Resurrection

A DLC that’s probably going to be quite divisive among Battlestar Galactica Deadlock players.

Sep
22

REVIEW: Battlestar Galactica Deadlock

Does Battlestar Galactica carry the curse of the licensed game, or is it actually worth your time?

Sep
21

REVIEW: Crying Suns

An odd name and a weird yet very well done mix of concepts that should not stop you from buying and enjoying this phenomenal experience

Aug
22

REVIEW: A Place for the Unwilling

A Place for the Unwilling: Meet me on the corner of Kafka and Lovecraft, one block north of Dickens.