Who says video games can’t teach us something important about the world we live? People who’ve clearly never played Inner World, that’s who!
I was really excited when I found The Inner World on GOG.com a couple of weeks ago. The art style in the screenies looked fantastic! The […]
First off, I didn’t play the original games nearly as much nor do I know them nearly as well as many of the longtime fans of this beautiful game. But you don’t have to know what this game is to enjoy it. Shadowrun Returns is a remake of a Nintendo and Sega classic set in […]
Let’s get over our (well-meaning) shock of Star Wars: The Old Republic getting so many awards at GDC. As surprised as I am, I probably shouldn’t be. The game did everything that it got an award for and it probably did them exceedingly well. I didn’t stick around long enough to really appreciate them all […]
So I’m completely late to this party as well this summer. This little gem has been hiding from me for a year, but thanks to Humble Bundle it found me. This is a match made in heaven.
SpaceChem is a puzzler. The player is given a few basic tools which he/she […]
First of all, my little ones would NOT LET ME SURF AWAY FROM THIS GAME when they saw it on my computer screen. Thankfully, it was on sale for $2.99 …and it’s honestly great fun. Especially for younger gamers. My oldest is only 3 so he’s not quite a little gamer, but he does enjoy […]
This week I tried three new games on the Xbox 360, or more appropriately, three game demos. All of the titles were from Indie developers.
Theoretically, demos should be a good sampling of the core features and gameplay, but lately (as in the last 5 years or so) I think this is no longer the […]
BLIZZARD DOES NOT WARRANT THAT YOU WILL BE ABLE […]
My very first impressions, when I was able to actually login and play the game with a friend, was that some things seemed really cool. The thing I praise the most is the concept (not the execution) of the new loot game. The smash and grab dash through levels killing hordes of hell fiends feels […]
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP is a winner.
The truth is, there’s nothing all that ground breaking about gameplay by itself. Same can be said of the unique art direction: it’s stellar but pixel art isn’t ground breaking. Even the music, while totally cool sounding, isn’t anything on it’s own.
What Superbrothers did […]
Mission U.S. is an interactive game about 19th century slavery in the United States. The goal of the game is to educate students on the realities of slavery. There are no win conditions. It’s just one interactive chapter after another to teach about the horrific lives almost half the population endured in […]
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