There’s an old Monty Python sketch I’ve always enjoyed, that I thought of while playing Graveyard Keeper. Four pallbearers in traditional attire are carrying a coffin on their shoulders up a steep hill. It is hard work. Suddenly, one of the pallbearers staggers and passes out. The other three slowly set the coffin down, open… Continue reading Graveyard Keeper – Bring Up the Bodies
The path for humanity into the future is looking increasingly uncertain in 2017. Numerous events, from the financial crisis, the rise of automation, global warming to the election of a certain so-called President, brought about a strong sense that the world is not heading in a great direction. Neofeud takes this bad path to one… Continue reading Neofeud: Do Androids Dream of a Fulfilling Future?
If you like Sorcery! 1 and 2, you will probably like Sorcery! 3. If you don’t like Sorcery! 1 and 2, then you won’t miss out on Sorcery! 3. If you haven’t played Sorcery! 1 and 2, don’t play Sorcery! 3. I’m serious. Sorcery! 3 isn’t a game for newer players. The series uses an… Continue reading Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! 3 Review
Surprise plays a huge part in anyone's enjoyment of a game. Seeing what something you've never heard about actually shapes up to be can either be the reason to start humming Ode to Joy or curse the waste of time and money you've just started playing. In the case of Grow Home, the overpowering feeling… Continue reading Grow Home Review
For as much as I talk about and praise the recent resurgence of adventure games under a more modern design philosophy, whenever there's a release that sticks to the roots of the genre, somewhere deep in my mind, my twelve year old self smiles and rubs his hands, gingerly. As a fan of adventure games… Continue reading Quest for Infamy Review
2014 has seen its share of high definition remakes. Although most of these re-releases are ultimately unnecessary, there's something to be said about The Last of Us Remastered. Released around the one year mark of the original Playstation 3 release, Remastered takes the base game and all of its season pass content that includes the… Continue reading The Last of Us Remastered Review
The name Spintires doesn't offer a whole lot of confidence right off the grid. It's extremely bland and doesn't say anything other than the most basic thing that a road vehicle does. So when you boot up a game with this sort of name, expectations start off very low, and in most cases, you meet… Continue reading Spintires Review