I’ll admit off the bat, I haven’t historically been a fan of city management games. Oh I played Sim City 2000 as a kid but that was mostly so I could use god mode and see how many disasters I could spawn at once. So imagine my surprise when I booted up Colonists, a cutesy new city building game from new developer Codebyfire and publisher Mode 7 (best known for Frozen Synapse) and got hooked immedi...[Read More]
The developers Cyanide have brought us a re-imaging of the classic tabletop game Call of Cthulhu just in time for Halloween. Promising a deeply immersive narrative experience to bring to life the core elements of the popular tabletop. The question is were they successful in adapting the game? Scroll down to find out.
Windy Hill set out on an ambitious journey with their creation of Orphan, a 2D sci-fi platformer about a young boy who must save Earth from an alien invasion. Using the darkness of night and his wits, he sets out on the journey of a lifetime to stop alien machines from destroying the planet. NOTE: This is from a beta version of the game since it was reviewed prior to its official release. Some in-...[Read More]
Marvel’s Spider-Man for the PlayStation 4 is one of the most highly anticipated titles of this year. Shown off at E3 last year, fans have been itching for a new Spider-Man game of this caliber since 2004’s Spider-Man 2. Though it has a few short-comings, Spider-Man is solid in all aspects.
Little Dragon’s Café is a new game by Rising Star Games, and it immerses you into an entirely different world. Here, dragons exist, and it’s perfectly acceptable for children to be running a café on their own. Created specifically by Yasuhiro Wada, known for Harvest Moon and Rune Factory; which you’ll be able to see little tidbits of in this new game.
Mario and friends are back in the newest entry in the Mario Party series. Super Mario Party for the Nintendo Switch aims to refresh the series for the next generation. By stepping away from some of the more recent gameplay choices and bringing in some new ones is it a party foul or the talk of the town?
>observer_, developed by the same team that brought you Layers of Fear, is a look at the not-too-distant future. While LoF brought you traditional horror, >observer_ looks to tap into a fear that you may not even know you had. In a world obsessed with machines and technology, Bloober Team wanted to explore the idea of humans becoming too attached to said machines; literally. Welcome to 2084!...[Read More]
Developed by Bloober Team, Layers of Fear is a haunting journey about a painter tormented by his past and his failures.