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AER: Memories of Old (PS4) Review: Light and AER-y

AER: Memories of Old (PS4) Review: Light and AER-y

AER: Memories of Old is a perfectly fine game. It does many things that can make it a good game—it’s just missing that “secret sauce” that actually makes it a good...
Pillars of the Earth (PlayStation 4) Review - DIY Cathedral 6

Pillars of the Earth (PlayStation 4) Review – DIY Cathedral

Point-and-click adventure games were—for a few years anyway—thought to be products of a bygone era. In an age of online shooters, MMOs, open-world RPGs, and a million and one retro-indie games,...
The Long Journey Home Review- A Different Experience

The Long Journey Home Review- A Different Experience

To be completely honest, I did not like The Long Journey Home the first time I played it. The controls were clunky, the learning curve was steep and what I had...
Skyhill (PC) Review 5

Skyhill (PC) Review

When planning your next vacation, always make sure to read reviews for the hotel you plan on staying at as it can save you a lot of hassle upon arrival. For...
Anna’s Quest (PC) Review 6

Anna’s Quest (PC) Review

Let me start by saying that I’ve never really been big into adventure games. I played the odd few, and even liked a few like Space Quest and Grim Fandango, But...
Blackguards 2 (PC) Review 1

Blackguards 2 (PC) Review

I will confess that when I set out to review Blackguards 2, I had not yet played the first installment in the franchise. At first I was fearful that this may...
Unusual Bonds & The Origins Of Steampunk with The Devil's Men - 2014-07-31 12:58:27

Unusual Bonds & The Origins Of Steampunk with The Devil’s Men

According to Daedalic games, the 1851 Great World Exhibition changed things. A fictional Victorian town by the seaside, a mixture of Brighton and London, played host to strange, otherworldly displays. A...
Gomo (PC) Review: extremely simple visit to Machinarium 1

Gomo (PC) Review: extremely simple visit to Machinarium

The moment you start Gomo from Fishcow Studios and Daedalic Entertainment, it's impossible not to be reminded of Machinarium. The game has an art style that immediately evokes the comparison, though...