Crossroads Inn has a lot of potential to be a fun business simulation where medieval travelers come to your ever-growing establishment for mead and mayhem. Unfortunately, the AI path-finding seems to have the black plague, which seriously dampens the fun.
It’s not easy making a good horror survival title. But Remothered: Tormented Fathers shows that it can not only be done, but made so well that the horror aspects almost take a supporting role to the really impressive plot.
Mosaic takes you into a world that is at once alien and painfully familiar. Not your typical puzzle game, it makes a statement on modern life that most can probably relate to. Brave the grey new world and give Mosaic a try.
It’s been 22 years since most of us have set foot in Half-Life’s secret Black Mesa facility. Now the developers at Crowbar Collective have reopened the lab in Black Mesa Xen, a perfectly recreated Half-Life experience loaded up with plenty of modern extras.
It’s rare when we get a brand new type of puzzle title, but that is what developer Skookum Arts has done with their wonderfully fresh game, The Pedestrian. You are tasked with helping the famous stick figure from those ubiquitous informational signs get safely across some challenging environments.
The Knights and Bikes adventure game perfectly captures what it’s like to be a child with its whimsical blend of fantasy and reality overshadowing a more serious plot being dealt with by the adult characters in this masterpiece of a game.
Williams Pinball: Volume 5 features three classic tables from the golden age of arcades. All are faithfully reproduced with beautiful graphics and accurate ball and gameplay physics. Tables in this volume include Tales of the Arabian Nights, Cirqus Voltaire and No Good Gofers.
Rebel Cops attempts to take the combat elements of the This is the Police games and make it the main focus of a cops versus bad guys tactical battler. It’s an interesting game, but perhaps a little too stripped down in this era of XCOM and other more polished turn based combat titles.
This week we review a disturbing visual novel called Raging Loop, modeled after one of those expose-the-werewolf type games. Don’t expect any relaxing slice of life stories or romance with this one. Raging Loop is all about blood, gore and horror.
Metro Exodus took us from the cramped tunnels of the Moscow Metro to an open Russian countryside blasted by nuclear war. Now, The Two Colonels DLC shows us the final fate of two uniquely connected commanding officers.