SUPERHOT is one of the most innovate first person shooters in years… Or at least that’s what the game told me to tell people after I beat it. So, how does SUPERHOT actually hold up?



February 25, 2016

It is time to save the world from aliens - again. “Wait a minute, didn’t I save the world in XCOM: Enemy Unknown?” Turns out none of us did, as XCOM 2 makes into canon the ending that humanity failed the final assault, and now the Aliens have taken over the planet.

Author’s note: Given that the reviewer only progressed as far as the third level of this game, readers are strongly urged to treat this article as a first impressions piece, as opposed to a full review. 

Guild of Dungeoneering is one of the most charming games I’ve played yet. The game opens with a bard singing on about the exploits of your little band of ruffians while  a hand-drawn title screen fills your monitor.

Tomb Raider

Lara Croft has been around in the gaming world for a long time. Since 1996, and with her generously proportioned character, she has been raiding tombs and unraveling ancient mysteries.


Though Codemasters’ games tend to be fun, if rather flawed in many ways, the original Grid was overly difficult in a way that can only be described as extremely off-putting.

Though I’m sure there are a few out there, I can’t think of many games that do close to exactly what they say on the tin. Well, Running With Rifles is one of those games; a top-down shooter which relies as much on twitch reflexes as it does on a sometimes excessive amount of legwork.

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today

Released in April of 2015, Fictiorama Studios’ new graphic adventure game Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today felt like a rough beginning of what could be an interesting series.


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