Musical exploration is a genre that promises vibrancy and stimulation but in the hands of Fract OSC we are treated to little more than a washed out Tron-like world and a dull midi drone.
Red – the colour of love, the colour of passion but most importantly, it is the colour of danger. Red is the only colour in Betrayer, a stylish first person action adventure game from developer Blackpowder Games.
Nether can bring out the best or the worst in players, depending on who that person is and who they want to be.
“There can be only one. “ – Blade Symphony Sword fighting has a wide level of traditions and practices across the world. Games like Chivalry and War of the Roses have sought to bring back…
It strikes us as odd to see a game, released to almost complete critical indifference, re-released and given the HD spitshine. That game is Cel Damage HD, and this is why you don’t need to buy it.
Precision platforming has always had an unstable relationship with the first person, as Ms.Platformer complains about Mr.FPS’ lack of feet, to which he retorts about how difficult it is to please her.
Always Sometimes Monsters is an RPG of a different type that puts the spotlight on the dank and depressing nature of real life.
In The Last Tinker: City Of Colours you take on the role of Koru, a monkey-like orphan from Colourtown. After being tricked into unleashing a destructive force known as the bleakness upon colourtown Koru has to harness the power of the colour spirits to restore colour, life and hopefully unity to the broken city.
Lighting and visual effects are superb and immensely atmospheric. Light shafts shining through boarded up windows, and the glowstick bouncing off of glass doors are particularly impressive. By and large though, it’s a disappointing debut for Unreal Engine 4,
The aliens are coming, the aliens are coming! Except, this time we aren’t bent over a ’80s arcade cabinet, sinking coin after coin into it in an attempt to fend off the invading hordes