Just kick back and let the chill vibes wash over you — and solve some fun puzzles along the way.
Deus Ex GO is a fantastic follow up to Hitman and Lara Croft GO. It doesn’t change the basics: it’s a puzzle game in which everything else moves a space every time you move a space. In terms of sheer delight after beating a level, Adam Jensen’s mobile adventure is just as rewarding to play […]
Telltale’s newest adventure season takes on a pretty big comic book franchise, even bigger than The Walking Dead. This time, they’re donning the cape and cowl of one of DC Comic’s biggest heroes. While the idea of having a Batman game within the confines of Telltale’s established adventure game mold might seem weird at first, considering how action-oriented […]
Square Enix prepared a cavalcade of Deus Ex games to show at E3, and the last one I got to check out during my appointment was Deus Ex GO, the newest entry in the GO series, which so far I’ve sorely missed playing, to my own fault, according to the many raving reviews I’ve read. […]
Who is the target market for Beeline Interactive’s Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter? I’m not being facetious or rhetorical; I’m genuinely curious. Ghostbusters Puzzle Fighter is a by-the-books match-3 puzzler that aims to rope players into spending more money on unnecessary, fleeting bonuses to a mediocre game. It’s textbook free-to-play. It has you lead a team of […]
Apologies for the dark and ominous title there, folks. Harvest Moon games are anything but from the outset. In fact, they’re probably the happiest looking games you might jump into. But upon closer inspection, they are pure, concentrated evil. Don’t trust that cow. It only looks cute to lure you into its grasp! Nah, I’m just […]
If you like Sorcery! 1 and 2, you will probably like Sorcery! 3. If you don’t like Sorcery! 1 and 2, then you won’t miss out on Sorcery! 3. If you haven’t played Sorcery! 1 and 2, don’t play Sorcery! 3. I’m serious. Sorcery! 3 isn’t a game for newer players. The series uses an […]
Pro Pinball: Timeshock! is okay. Originally a Kickstarter campaign, Timeshock attempts to revitalize one of the mid-90s’ most beloved virtual pinball series. Their saving grace was attention to detail and a slavish devotion to physics. If it’s supposed to mimic a real life pinball table, it’ll be something in Pro Pinball. In short, the strengths and […]