Tag: walking simulator

Oct
13

REVIEW: Overseas

The mighty cyberbear has graced us with a distinctive yet underwhelming walking simulator.

Oct
05

REVIEW: Shadows and Dust

A short, niche, deafening ghost story of depression and decisions, of choices which cannot be undone, and cannot meaningfully be made either. Yellow dim eyes linger as you live in shadows and crawl in the regret left behind.

Sep
26

REVIEW: Repressed

Therapy’s but a walking shadow, a poor player falls through the stage… It is a tale full of sound and light puzzles, signifying nothing. Released: Steam Type: Single-player Genre: Adventure, Puzzle Platformer Developer: Sigur Studios Publisher: ARP Games Release date: […]

Feb
05

REVIEW: Vane – PS4

Birds of a feather flock together in Vane, the new game from Friend & Foe.

Dec
08

REVIEW: Drowning

A short, Drowning is a worthwhile walking simulator that’s both literally and figuratively a bit rough around the edges.

Oct
08

REVIEW: Firewatch

Firewatch tells an interesting story in a unique setting, brought to life with fantastic voice acting. It’s a couple of years old now, but still well worth a look.

Jun
11

REVIEW: Shape of the World

Shape of the World is a delightful surreal world which shifts and bends as you explore it.

Oct
26

REVIEW: Maize – PS4

Oh, they all laughed at me when I was preparing for the cornpocolyse, well WHO’S LAUGHING NOW!

Aug
06

REVIEW: Leaving Lyndow

Leaving Lyndow is a beautiful, but short, walking simulator with a story just asking for a sequel.

Jul
23

PREVIEW: Ariel

Ariel is apparently an “intense survival experience based on a Sci-Fi, space terror script.” Hmmm. I wonder if I’ve been playing the wrong game.