With its monochromatic environments and physics-based puzzles, it’s difficult not to categorize Q.U.B.E Directors Cut as another Portal knock-off, but instead it is a well-crafted experience that manages to stand on its own.
The industry’s current obsession with HD remasters is the perfect opportunity for titles like The Legend of Kay to develop a new fan base. But instead Nordic Games decided to ignore some of the original’s niggling issues in favor of focusing on only its presentation. The result is an adventure that continues to be as […]
Not everything is black and white. White Night, the debut title from OSome Studio, pays homage to the survival horror games of yesteryear. But where its atmosphere shines, its gameplay suffers. Making for an experience that borders on the edge of enjoyable and frustrating.
Endless runners are usually straightforward, brief experiences that thrive on mobile devices but Moon Spider Studio’s debut release Harold adds a twist to the stagnant genre by giving you the ability to alter the environment in order to succeed.
Lift things up, then put them down. Those seven words summarize what I essentially did during my playthrough. But while this “extended” version of Unmechanial attempts to correct some of the flaws of its 2012 PC version, it still manages to come up short.
You would think that an RPG inspired by the classic SNES game EarthBound would easily surpass it’s goal on Kickstarter, but that was not the case with Eden Industries’s Citizens of Earth. Fortunately, ATLUS decided to step in and save the quirky, political RPG.