More stories

  • in

    ‘Hyper Light Drifter’ Review — A Wordless Wonder

    Hyper Light Drifter Developed by: Heart Machine Published by: Heart Machine Available on: PC (Steam, Humble, GOG.com) — consoles to follow Release date: March 31st, 2016 Like light itself, Hyper Light Drifter is something that seems to move faster than you can follow. The combat is quick, with death only one wrong move away; beautiful […] More

  • in

    ‘Grim Dawn’ Review — A Gunslinger’s Sunrise

    Grim Dawn Developed by Crate Entertainment Published by Crate Entertainment PC — Steam, GOG, DRM-free Released Feb. 25th, 2016 Grim Dawn has quite a history. In April of 2012, about a month before Diablo III would release to excitement, skepticism, and dismay, Crate Entertainment quietly launched a Kickstarter campaign for their game to a horde of hungry […] More

  • in

    ‘Kholat’ – Chillingly Tense, Painfully Frustrating

    After a successful PC release last summer, IMGN.PRO’s narratively-driven survival horror Kholat finally reaches the PS4. The title follows a popular trend within horror movies and games alike, as it’s story centres around “true events.” Specifically, the 1959 Dyatlov Pass Incident, where 10 students went missing in the Ural Mountains and 9 were later discovered to be dead. Players […] More

  • in

    ‘Devil Daggers’ – Suffering in Seconds

    Three days ago, I saw a game called Devil Daggers on Steam. The name appealed to me, so I watched the promo video and looked at the screenshots, as one does. It was immediately obvious that this game was built for me and others like me. Software rendering at low resolution was an advertising bullet […] More

  • in

    Turn off the Valve: Steam’s various issues

      It’s a pretty good bet that you had a decent December 25. Spending time with, or as they case may be, away from your family or just basking in the loving glow of rampant consumerism. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, it’s a day off from work, school, or whatever. For most people Christmas […] More

  • in

    ‘Killing Floor 2’ may have just killed itself

    There was a time where I admired Tripwire Interactive. Red Orchestra remains one of the most interesting multiplayer shooters I’ve ever played, and Killing Floor is an excellent alternative to Left 4 Dead in terms of pure, unabashed zombie slaying. It was because of this that I took a risk and purchased Killing Floor 2 […] More

  • in

    ‘Undertale’ is a charming and unique revision of the RPG formula

    Undertale made an impression on not only the indie scene but the entire video game world when it released last month. The result of a wildly successful campaign through Kickstarter which began two years ago, this revisionist take on the classic RPG was said to blend elements of Earthbound, Shin Megami Tensei and Touhou into an entirely originally package. The effort of over 2,000 backers and the mind of Toby Fox helped create one of the most unique and charming releases this year. More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.