“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…
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.
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.
The story is spellbinding, the soundtrack is simply gorgeous, and the entire game is a love letter to 90s point and click adventure, back when the genre was in its prime
“I’ve got blisters on me fingers” – Saturday Morning RPG It would appear that the days of the straight-forward action RPG are long behind us. With the advent of Paper Mario, Mario RPG and South…
Meh-(adj) unexceptional or uninspiring. Finn and Jakes Epic Quest is “meh”. There is no better word to describe this game than “meh”
Moebius: Empire Rising is an astonishing example of what can be done on a small budget, with a talented team whom can do so much with so little.
With Minecraft-esque building mechanics and massive amounts of space to explore, ship to ship combat and online multiplayer; being an engineer has never been so rewarding.
The Last Tinker: City of Colors is an over-saturated color laden spectacle that delights the eyes and tickles your inner child.
Charles Caleb Colton is famous for the phrase “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” which brings us to Curve Studios’ effort, Explodemon.