Tag: GameSpot

Telling Lies Review – False Faces

Telling Lies Review – False FacesThere’s an intrinsically guilty draw about looking into the private lives of others–a burgeoning curiosity that pulls humans to tell stories, to gossip, to spy on one another. The psychology of that feeling is at the heart of Telling Lies, a game that really isn’t about much more than watching the intimate communications of other... Read More »

Rad Review – Welcome To The New Age

Rad Review – Welcome To The New AgeIt’s a tale as old as time: The maniacs have blown it all up, and the few unlucky survivors are forced to pick up the pieces and begin civilization anew. Double Fine’s Rad, however, takes it one step further. A second apocalypse has happened, and according to the omnipresent narrator, the survivors’ one-word reaction is... Read More »

Darq Review – Beast Under Your Bed

Darq Review – Beast Under Your BedSleep is meant to be a rejuvenating and relaxing part of your daily routine, but in Darq, it’s a gauntlet of danger that repeats night after night. Taking place in the lucid dreams of its main character, Lloyd, Darq is eerie and unsettling, its contorted world home to shocking figures of pure body horror. But... Read More »

Metal Wolf Chaos Review – Red, White, And Blue Tinted Glasses

Metal Wolf Chaos Review – Red, White, And Blue Tinted GlassesFrom Software wasn’t always the renowned developer it is today, but by and large it still produced interesting, worthwhile games in the early PlayStation and Xbox days. The studio’s rich history is absolutely worth exploring, and once you start down that rabbit hole, 2004’s Metal Wolf Chaos is sure to catch your eye. A game... Read More »

Metal Wolf Chaos Review – Mindless Mayhem

Metal Wolf Chaos Review – Mindless MayhemFrom Software wasn’t always the renowned developer it is today, but by and large it still produced interesting, worthwhile games in the early PlayStation and Xbox days. The studio’s rich history is absolutely worth exploring, and once you start down that rabbit hole, 2004’s Metal Wolf Chaos is sure to catch your eye. A game... Read More »

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Review – Space Truckers

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Review – Space TruckersRebel Galaxy Outlaw sits at a crossroads somewhere between American Truck Simulator’s slice of trucking Americana and the iconic combat of Freespace 2. It’s a highly competent, single-player space combat sim complete with warring factions, pirates, corrupt cops, and dubious sectors filled with all manner of undesirables, a nicely detailed trading system, and stellar combat.... Read More »

Dicey Dungeons Review

Dicey Dungeons ReviewDicey Dungeons, from Terry Cavanagh of VVVVVV and Super Hexagon fame, is a roguelike deck-building dungeon crawler framed as a game show presented by host Lady Luck. You play as one of the show’s six adorable contestants, all of whom are anthropomorphic dice, because this game really is all-in on loving dice. But while the... Read More »

Age Of Wonders: Planetfall Review

Age Of Wonders: Planetfall ReviewThe fifth and latest in the long-running Age of Wonders series is the first to trade in the staple high fantasy setting for a sleek and shiny sci-fi theme. Despite the change of scenery, it remains true to its roots, delivering a very good hybrid between turn-based tactics and 4X strategy game that is at... Read More »

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Review – Old Fashioned

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Review – Old FashionedWith MachineGames at the helm, Wolfenstein has enjoyed a resurgence during the last couple of years. Wolfenstein has managed to captivate with its strong characters and intriguing world-building, giving you a glimpse into an alternate future where the rules are rewritten and whole new terrifying possibilities are waiting to be explored. None of this is... Read More »

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Review – Falling Short

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Review – Falling ShortWith MachineGames at the helm, Wolfenstein has enjoyed a resurgence during the last couple of years. Wolfenstein has managed to captivate with its strong characters and intriguing world-building, giving you a glimpse into an alternate future where the rules are rewritten and whole new terrifying possibilities are waiting to be explored. None of this is... Read More »

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