If you like board games, there are two new releases on Steam you might want to check out. They are Tabletop Simulator and Chess 2.
I don’t think any video game exists with a more apt title. For your $15 you get a table and a big chest full of physics objects […]
There’s little point in reviewing South Park: The Stick of Truth. I can neither recommend it nor not recommend it. If you like South Park, you want to play this game, full stop. And if you don’t like South Park, you’re going to be so turned off while playing it that you might actually throw […]
I nabbed a ridiculous number of new games during this winter’s Steam sale. The perfect storm of insanely low prices, credits from selling virtual trading cards, Steambux in the Christmas stocking and (this is the part that really blows my mind) gifts from YouTube and Twitch viewers, I walked away with more games than I […]
Risk of Rain has the most exhilarating learning curve I’ve experienced in a game since I started learning NetHack in 2006.
I don’t mean to say it’s the most fun, mind you. It hasn’t always been fun. I’ve said a lot of bad words at my computer this past week. But it’s been worth the […]
After completing Quantum Conundrum I was immediately ready for another game of that style. Not quite ready for more Quantum Conundrum, though, or I’d have dove into the DLC. And not quite ready to replay Portal, or I’d grabbed it off the shelf.
So I grabbed Antichamber instead.
Let’s get the graphics out of the […]
A one-line review of Quantum Conundrum might be: “It tries really, really hard to be Portal. It’s not Portal, but doesn’t mean it isn’t good.” (And poking around the internet reading reviews, I see this is the case!)
Quantum Conundrum is a game about moving blocks. The gimmick is that you (usually) can’t move the […]