Want to create a narrative based video game about high school and time travel? Well now you can! First, get five large bowls to separate the content over an extended period of time. Next, fill awkward moments you remember in your teenage years to the brim [...]
Famous poet Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote about the ruins of a once ancient kingdom whose glamor and riches are now but grains in the desert sand. Upon a pedestal reads the lines of the forgotten ruler, who speaks, ‘My name is Ozymandias, king of kinks; Look [...]
Let’s try a quick exercise: When you hear that a game is named ‘Trash TV,’ what kind of game do you think of? Just think of the first couple of things that pop into your head and continue reading the review. Don’t worry, I’ll wait!
With most video games focusing careful attention to graphics, display, and sound design (often to their advantage), a game that uses a truly minimalist perspective is all but unheard of in this generation. Stripping a game down to its base features, with [...]
There are a few things in life that just suck. And I’m a man of simple taste. There isn’t a lot that I can’t handle with a positive outlook and the benefit of the doubt. Lester the Unlikely is not one of those things.
Welcome to Early Access, a series that covers games that are available in early release form on Steam. Today’s featured game is Darkest Dungeon, a unique blend of rogue-likes, pen and paper RPGs, and psychological horror from developer Red Hook.
Mythos Apotheon is set in the world of Greek mythology; where the divines ruled atop Olympus and mortals built shrines to honor their glory. In the world of Apotheon, Zeus, the king of the gods, has decided that this age of man is no more. Without the [...]
Welcome to Early Access, a series that covers games that are available in early release form on Steam. Today’s featured game is one of the first early access games I ever bought, Starbound. It recently received a major update, so I figured now would be a [...]