As students all over the country migrate back into the lecture halls, quite a different migration will be taking place in London.
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While most of the world was warmly welcoming Sony’s indie showcase at Gamescom, one entire nation thought otherwise.
Video games are about escapism. Playing the hero, saving the world, beating the baddies, and all that.
Just to make it clear; this is a review of two games, the original A Valley Without Wind and it’s sequel.
For a genre that used to be considered rather lightweight, rhythm action games have certainly taken off in recent years.
Gamers love the word impossible. It’s like a gauntlet being thrown down, a challenge that has to be met. It implies difficulty, sure, but something that can be overcome with enough practice and hard work. But Impossible Road takes that … Continue reading
Life is lonely. Certainly no one needs a videogame to tell them that. But Mike Bithell’s 2D puzzle platformer THOMAS WAS ALONE is a sincere and charmingly simple discussion of loneliness, insecurity and isolation combining puzzles, a darkly atmospheric soundtrack … Continue reading
If gaming could be said to have a counter culture, it would be fair to say the survival game is one of the darlings of said culture. In the case of Don’t Starve there are no brain munching fiends in … Continue reading
Proteus is a sequence of various islands in which you walk through, as you observe their environments and the diverse life forms that live there. There are people who have called Proteus a “walking simulator,” Others have deemed it a … Continue reading
Grimind is the product of a single man, Paweł Mogiła. Don’t be put off by the middling score. Read the review, play the demo, and decide if you’re willing to support one of the most engaging 2D physics puzzlers we’ve … Continue reading