This game is a product of the “me-too” generation, where no marketplace can be too overcrowded. It’s a quick cash-in farted out in a couple of days and then shat out on the Steam storefront. For the love of God, don’t buy it.
Moorhead’s depiction of Neo Tokyo is striking. It’s a world where human life and robots are at an intersection. For every human living life and consuming autonomously, there’s a machine reaching sentience and becoming aware of itself.
Whether it’s the flawless weaving, and entrancing soundtrack from Duet, or the sophisticated, blacked out levels of Thomas Was Alone, it’s quite clear that the game’s developers have spent some time studying their contemporaries.
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.
It doesn’t matter if you win the bet or not, so long as you enjoy the journey, and trust me, you will.
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.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Zen Pinball 2 offers the best virtual pinball experience around
You’re a viking that didn’t get a warrior’s death. So to enter Valhalla you must prove thee worthy before the Norse gods.
A puzzle shoot’em up that fuses the best parts of R-Type and Bust A Move.