Tag: sci-fi

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.

Aug
07

REVIEW: Subdivision Infinity DX

I think I was born much too soon. Oh how I long for my own spaceship where I could make an honest living as a Freelancer coming and going as I please. Even an asteroid miner in the darkest depth […]

Jul
15

PREVIEW: Cliff Empire

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

Jul
03

REVIEW: Moonrise Fall

Somewhere between dreams and wakefulness, death and life, dark and light there is a place called Moonrise Fall.

May
31

REVIEW: Ritual of the Moon

Part interactive art, part experimental narrative, and part digital therapy, the lunar-themed Ritual of the Moon is ultimately a weightless experience.

May
10

REVIEW: Guard Duty

It’s not easy being the shortest guard in the realm, but what Guard Duty lacks in stature it makes up for in point and click charm.

Apr
12

PREVIEW: Risk of Rain 2

Risk of being GOTY

Mar
11

PREVIEW: Beacon

Beacon is one of the most satisfying top-down shooters to look at, and even though it doesn’t necessarily bring much new to the table, it is still a competent and fun game.

Feb
21

REVIEW: Desert Child

I didn’t choose the racing life, the racing life choose me.

Jan
03

PREVIEW: 2084

You’re better off waiting until 2084 when this game is finished.