A mile of road will take you a mile. A mile of runway will take you anywhere.
It’s always fantastic when a game surpasses my expectations, and I can safely say that’s the case with A Plague Tale: Innocence. Even if its run time felt a tad too long by the end, it was still one hell of a ride.
As is tradition now, Focus Home Interactive was one of the big appointments we had booked at E3. This year, the main theme seemed to be horror, as three of the titles that we saw were pretty invested on gloomy atmosphere and the macabre. Shifting away from the psychological horror of Call of Cthuthlu to […]