If ever there was a video game with which to enjoy a nice, warming cup of tea, it’s Three Fourths Home.
From the creators of the Serious Sam series – Croatian game devs Croteam – The Talos Principle puts players in the nuts and bolts of a sentient AI, placed in a metaphysical world by Elohim (your self-proclaimed God) to solve puzzles and ascend to a higher plane.
In the immortal words of Primal Scream: “Can’t go back, I can’t go back.”
Supermassive Games builds on the groundwork laid out by Quantic Dream, exceeds it and gives gamers a unique, special experience in – what will surely be their coming out party – teen slasher, survival horror game Until Dawn.
N++ takes a concept older than gaming itself and makes it feel totally unique
The way in which the game leaves you to your own devices could be described as total abandonment more than a lack of hand-holding, resulting in a frustrating experience, and is definitely not fun.
I refuse to repeat myself. I won’t tell you the same things I’ve to told you numerous times before. I’m not going to talk about the perfected gameplay, that I once described as “authentic, fun and fair.”
Like a band playing cover songs, Stealth Inc. 2 feels both familiar and new at the same time.
Axiom Verge may look like the product of a bygone era but it is absolutely one of the best games available on the PlayStation 4
Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype is a competent if unremarkable ‘shmup’.