If you have yet to find the pure joy and excitement in Santa Monica Studios and thatgamecompany’s Journey, you need to enter our Episode 100 Giveaway ASAP!
Journey was outed as coming to PlayStation 4 back in July 2014, and it looks like it’s now not far off.
Sony posted a list of playable games for PlayStation 4 and Vita on their Gamescom website
Question Everything Each year, there seems to be more and more games published for fans to enjoy. Some people love first-person shooter games, others like big open-world games, while some love the abstract. I tend to lean towards the artistically different and thought-provoking pieces. Everhood was a game that I hadn’t even heard of until … Continue reading Everhood Review
Black and White and Awesome All Over I have always enjoyed trying out smaller games that seem to offer an artistic experience that is unlike any generic AAA game. Gris, Hue, and Ape Out are on the forefront of those top-tier indie games that hit a style that is immediately distinguishable among the thousands of … Continue reading Arrog Review
The 1300’s can be a scary time. No electricity, scores of deadly diseases, and religious discourse brewing onto the world. All these troubles are compounded when a paranormal infestation begins to overwhelm the world. A Plague Tale: Innocence crafts a beautiful story into this intriguing world that will capture your attention.
Recently shown off at Xbox’s E3 Showcase, Riverbond, is now available for players to try out.
Full Steam Ahead The SteamWorld series has never been one for complacency. What once started as a tower defense franchise, transformed into a procedurally generated platformer, metamorphosed again into an XCOM-lite adventure, and changed once more into a Metroidvania adventure. This time, SteamWorld Quest wonderfully reinvents the franchise into a turn-based roleplaying card game that’s … Continue reading SteamWorld Quest Review
Pop a Meh-lly We all sometimes just need an escape from the despair of modern days. Some of us immerse ourselves in virtual reality, others cozy up in an adventurous novel, while some choose to explore an entirely new universe with the aid of a mind-bending elixir. We Happy Few explores the idea of a … Continue reading We Happy Few Review
Not All Heroes Wear Capes Flat Heroes, by Parallel Circles, provides a deceptively challenging adventure through a minimalistic approach. A loosely tied story, paired with a dynamic multiplayer system provides a quick-paced experience for players to enjoy.