As some of you know, I’m quite a fan of story-driven games, so I will happily step out of my preferred genres of adventure and role-playing games at the promise of a good tale. 2,754 more words
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Warning: As part of this review I will go into slight spoilers, I will however try to avoid anything major.
When playing a shooter you typically know what to expect, most of these games offer bare bones stories that try too hard to be good and grab our interest, most of these are typical by the numbers fare. 1,983 more words
Spec Ops: The Line is easily the most uncomfortable and emotionally disturbing game I’ve had the pleasure of playing. While many people, even those who have experience with video games, would think that a third-person shooter couldn’t have deep narrative and emotional connection, this game completely dismantles that misconception. 487 more words
Last week we talked about Pneuma: Breath of Life, a game from last year whose protagonist realises he’s being controlled. He starts protesting by shifting his vision and refusing to let you look at things so you can do what you need to do. 1,059 more words
I purchased a Humble Bundle deal in July, which included a whole package of games on Steam, primarily to play Borderlands: The Pre-sequel. With some time freed up not catching Pokemon, I decided to play a couple games included in the package. 668 more words