Hopping out of Zagreus’ courtyard window to try and battle my way out of the Underworld for the forty-sixth time, I was no less excited than I was the first go around. Hades, the new rogue-like from developer Supergiant, released last month on the Nintendo Switch, and it’s a triumph in every way. From combat to story, the game keeps […]
In a world where language can be used as a weapon, this narrative-style game reminds players of the dangers of tactless communication. The game starts as you walk into the bar, and your interactions with various characters during this period can result in nine different endings.
Having been an avid fan of Ninja Theory since the moment in 2010 when Enslaved: Odyssey to the West rocked my entire worldview, naturally, I almost peed myself with excitement when I learned that Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice was in production. Ninja Theory’s Legacy Before I get into the nuts and bolts of why this game disappointed me (somewhat), let me […]
Is perception really reality? That is the question you are trying to answer. I myself am a huge fan of puzzle games so I was excited to hear about Superliminal and its release on the Nintendo Switch. Superliminal was originally developed by Pillow Castle Games and is composed of nine unique stages where the way in which you solve environmental puzzles […]
When it comes to FPS games, Call of Duty has always managed to stand on top of the ladder. Especially, after its release in the mobile gaming world, the fanatics are just in the state of awe. It’s not even a year since its arrival on mobile and so far it has crossed the success that only PUBG once inhibited. […]
Here’s a question: “Do you like hurting other people?” This darkly poised inquiry neatly ties together many of Hotline Miami’s central themes. The game’s writing finds beauty in the simplicity of its prose, and the queerness of its dialogue often stretches its pointed questions beyond the limits of the game’s pixelated boundaries to directly consult and question the player. You’ve […]