Holy.. For the first time in 26 years I haven't got a backlog of bought games to play. It all started back in the C64 days when I got access to more games than I simply had time to play through, at the tender age of 6. Since then ...read more
Despite his success I can't help but think Dever is selling himself short, or he's just really humble. His work, and the legacy he mentions, sent ripples that have grown to tsunamis over the decades. Some developers had mentioned they were inspired by the lone wolf saga, but ...read more
You know how you sometimes pick up a game thinking "well, that sounds a bit clever, guess it'll distract me for an hour or two" and then end up completely engrossed for days? Experience 112 (also known as The experiment) is one of those games, holy smokes is it ...read more
I was a huge fan of what was endearingly called "gamebooks" in the 80s. It was a "choose your own adventure" form of interactive fiction where you started at page 1, read the introduction and was then immediately given a choice. It might have been as simple as "do you ...read more
So, I posted a sad realization a while back which stated I was done with my favorite pure survival horror series (Silent Hill). Yet observant readers of this blog mailed me questioning my statement since the majority of SH games have since popped up on my games played list. Did ...read more
No, this isn’t a post about the new downpour. I’ve got no intention of picking it up since it’s not coming to PC (yet, or ever).
I just played through SH: Origins and while I understand that it’s probably the least Silent Hill’y of the ...read more
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