Thekla and Jonathan Blow have announced an Xbox One release date for puzzle game hit: The Witness. The date? September 13th.
Witness Me The Witness is inspiring, exciting, rewarding, breathtaking, and infectious. It’s also ruthless, cold, daunting, and isolating. Either of those lists of traits would make a great game. Both at once make a legend.
The Witness, announced seven years ago, is available for pre-order for a price of $39.99
Developer Bloober Team follows up it’s last title Layers of Fear with another game seeking to disturb, Observer.
Ever since the release of Hotline Miami, publisher Devolver Digital has been on my radar. The company seems to have a knack for partnering with independent developers on exciting games. Ruiner from developer Reikon Games is no exception.
A BIT OFF RHYTHM Rime is a beautifully somber puzzle-adventure by Tequila Works that aims to provide an emotional experience similar to Journey and The Witness. However, even with intriguing locations and a moving score, Rime offers an unimpressive package that falls short of its promise.
2016 was a roller coaster of a year. There was a wild U.S. Election, the Olympics and the Cubs finally won the World Series. Similarly, this was quite the year in gaming as well. Final Fantasy XV finally came out after a decade of anticipation, Pokémon GO took the world by storm, and Battlefield 1 … Continue reading MONG’s Game of the Year 2016
Every now and then, a game releases that asks its gamers to do more than simply play it; the game wants you to think a bit. The world is a little more complex than our own, the story isn’t told in a contemporary fashion, or maybe the game’s mechanics are slightly obscured. Such games depend … Continue reading No Man’s Sky and the Importance of Being a First-Wave Gamer
We are officially finished with the first half of 2016, and what a good first half it was. From taking in the view of a vast Wyoming wilderness from atop a fire tower, to successfully bunting with David Ortiz, 2016 has been packed full of great games.
Gaming really is a year long hobby. While some of the big releases each year are saved until the fourth quarter to capitalize on holiday spending, quality titles can be found in every month throughout the year. Already 2016 has seen the release of smaller, independent titles like The Witness and Firewatch to bigger franchises … Continue reading Ratchet & Clank, Star Fox Zero, and Quantum Break are 3 Reasons to be Excited for April Gaming