Trackless, by 12 East Games, is an atmospheric first-person exploration and puzzle game set in a distant future and was inspired by games like Zork or King’s Quest where you interacted with characters and objects by typing in text to the game to perform actions.
We take a look at Darknet, a VR- and PC based network hacking simulator, of viruses, worms and hydras!
A small game by the developer KillerKun, Planet Bash puts you in the moonboots of a small, well, moon, intent on killing the inhabitants of its parent planet.
For the king is an early access turn-based RPG game which resembles other RPGs where you walk through a world and face random encounters while working through a storyline to achieve your quests, earn experience, and gather equipment to help you along the way.
PFC Calico reviews the upcoming game Riskers – A top-down, action-filled story about a Garbage Collection Engineer who finds a suitcase full of cash.
One More Night is a top-down, single or cooperative-multiplayer, undead-wave-slaying-shooter. You can certainly play this game on your own if you wish, though due to the difficulty at times it certainly is nice to have another person or 3 in the match with you. There are also some RPG elements with regards to powering up your character as you level, as well as some minor base building or tower defense aspects to the game which you can make use of in an attempt to extend your survivability.
If you’ve watched the TV series Once Upon A Time, with the idyllic township of Storybrook, and the more bloody show Grimm, you’d be forgiven to think Twistplay’s Torn Tales is somehow related to them; It’s a similar premise, but very different faerytale!
I wanted to do something a little different with this review so we’re going to go with a The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly format. If you can’t guess already, then you’ll see in just a minute what I mean so strap yourselves in as this one’s a little longer than my usual review.
I’ve had the console for 2 weeks at this point and I’m not going to bore you with hardware specs, which have been available on other sites for a while now, but I will cover what you get in the box (and what should have been in there), as well as what you’ll probably need to pick up along the way to really make use of the console.
Close your eyes, and imagine a monochrome platform-puzzler, using all the colours of the rainbow – simple, no?
Hitting Early Access today, 16th of February, Dimension Drive is a new story-centric Shoot-em-Up, with a comic-book sci-fi style, and a real-life comic-book villain sabotaging its Kickstarter!
Ghost Recon: Wildlands, by Ubisoft, is the latest in the Ghost Recon series, and the strangest driving-simulator I’ve played in a long while.