Sneak, steal and smack your way across Victorian Steampunk London in a bid to stop the government’s ultimate surveillance technology.
Don’t let the retro low poly style fool you – this flight battle simulator is hard as hell.
In this rendition of the game, you are a child in their room playing red light – green light with a bunch of killer robots.
A genius life metaphor.
What… the fuck.
It’s everything Cube World should have been – A massive multiverse adventure game where community is king.
You’re a bored warrior. Luckily, your peaceful village is pillaged and your son is kidnapped! Hooray!
Congratulations! You’re a beta-tester that gets to play a game stuck in a development limbo.
It’s with great surprise that here, in 2015, I find myself playing yet another FMV game – an episodic one no less.
I was never quite able to get over just how incongruous a combination Breach & Clear: Deadline is. It certainly isn’t a bad game, it just isn’t that much fun, and lacks the suspense that it tries so badly to evoke.