A game’s title shouldn’t so accurately reflect what it’s like to play it.
In an arduous, lonely journey through a bleak and ravaged world, hope is your only companion—an emotive quality Far: Lone Sails captures exceptionally well with
The Station is an intriguing, engaging, and well-written science fiction adventure. It’s shorter than it deserves to be and could stand a better poker face before revealing
Crossing Souls is an inspired game lovingly crafted in 16-bit pixels, arcade action, and a synth soundtrack to tell a story channeling the very soul of the 1980s.
TinyBuild’s Hello Neighbor is a game you want to like but defies even the most forgiving gamers, testing your patience and ultimately falling short of its
If the tedious and ill-constructed patchwork gameplay of Black Mirror (2017) doesn’t drive you to face-desking, drooling nuttery, then the numerous bugs, clumsy story, and staggeringly drunk
Perception (The Deep End Games) is an intriguing and tantalizing tapestry of terror that marries a rich story with innovative game play. It’s genuinely scary
Arkane Studios’ Prey, published by Bethesda Softworks, is a competent spiritual successor to virtually all the prominent PC games that ever had “shock” in their
I loved Red Barrels original Outlast, and it has been a perpetual favorite of mine in the survival horror game genre. Unfortunately, Outlast 2 doesn’t
If you were hooked on the 80’s nostalgia inspired by Netflix’s Stranger Things and you enjoy some old-school PC text adventure styled PC gaming, then Stories
The ham-fisted narrative of a dethroned empress, her dad, and the path to revenge may have taken little more than a broken pencil and a
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided doesn’t stray far from the established formula of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, but it’s still an engaging, engrossing, and entertaining sequel that is
After I write a review I often like to go out and look at what other reviewers wrote and compare my opinions to theirs. Today
Sprinkle a dash of Diablo into the arcade classic Golden Axe and you get the mindless, keyboard-raping but fairly entertaining ride that is Sacred Citadel. In the grand old tradition
Dark Arcana: The Carnival is a hidden object/adventure game hybrid largely aimed at casual players and constructed by a purely paint-by-numbers approach. If you like to