Tag: stealth

May
22

REVIEW: Volume

A Story Told One Pixel At A Time

Nov
12

REVIEW: The Lost Legends of Redwall: The Scout

This action-adventure game is based off the Redwall book series. Does it live up to being the first of its kind?

Oct
13

PREVIEW: The Light Keeps Us Safe

Explore the apocalyptic ruins of humanity while hunted by a deadly machine.

Aug
27

REVIEW: We Happy Few

We Happy Few has a masterfully crafted setting with top notch writing and competent art direction. However, even though it nails the tone and delivery it does not save the game from feeling poorly designed and overpriced.

Aug
11

REVIEW: Mechanism

A unique puzzle game about a robot in a ruined world infected with the mysterious “Phlegm” that raises more questions then it answers, and it is filled with bugs.

Jun
04

REVIEW: Agony

You are in Hell, and your torment is to play this game.

Apr
05

REVIEW: Past Cure

Past Cure is an action/stealth game with a plethora of gameplay issues and an uninspired story. Its only redeemable quality is the graphics, but that alone is not enough to  carry it.

Feb
28

REVIEW: Elium: Prison Escape

Let’s have a look at Elium: Prison Escape, a new roguelite action and stealth game from Lone Artisan Games.

Jan
21

REVIEW: Seven: The Days Long Gone

When I first saw the reveal trailer for Seven: The Days Long Gone I knew that this was something that I’d end up playing sooner or later, so I must say that, when I finally got my hands on it, […]

Oct
27

REVIEW: Overgrowth

Overgrowth finally released on Oct 16, 2017, but is the game worth the nearly decade-long wait in development?