Game Review: Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth Book 1

Although slow to start, Book 1 of Daedalic Entertainment's interactive novel eventually draws players in as it sets the stage for a compelling narrative driven drama.

Game Review: Clustertruck

“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” I am not sure Thomas Edison had Clustertruck in mind when he said that, but it is good to keep in mind. Clustertruck, developed by Landfall Games and published by tinyBuild, is a fast paced and challenging 3D platformer. The premise is very... Continue Reading →

Game Review: Seasons After Fall

It’s a strange place. An ancient forest filled magic and fraught with danger. This is the world created by developer Swing Swing Submarine and published by Focus Home Interactive. Seasons After Fall is a 2D puzzle game. Players must navigate this platformer controlling the seasons to progress through the forest. Seasons after Fall offers players... Continue Reading →

Game Preview: We Happy Few (PC, Xbox One)

Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'N Roll; That is the definition of 1960s right? We Happy Few will take you on a strange ride through this drug addled decade. Except there is no sex, no rock or roll, and a whole lot of crazy people. This is the 1960's of Compulsion Games' new survival game.

Game Preview: Buck (PC)

It's a dog's world, and in the case of Buck, it's a post-apocalyptic dog's world.  In development by Wave Interactive, Buck is a 2D side scrolling action adventure game. Our protagonist, Buck, is on a mission to find his... girlfriend? It's not really clear, but that plays well into the dark and mysterious hero narrative Wave Interactive is crafting. Buck... Continue Reading →

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