Publisher/Developer: QC Games Platform: PC Release Date: January 2019 I was extremely excited to be invited into the Technical Alpha testing for Breach, a game that is expected to be released in early access just next month. Breach is a third person co-op action RPG that has strong hints of Over-salt… I mean, Overwatch. What’s it about? Breach takes placeContinue reading “Review: Breach”
Fire so red, night so black. Dear sweet Charlotte, please come back… If you like point-and-click adventure games and/or enjoyed reading the Nancy Drew books growing up, you owe it to yourself to check out Her Interactive’s Nancy Drew series. All of the games are playable on Windows, and everything from Trail of the TwisterContinue reading “Review: Ghost of Thornton Hall”
Developer: NSquare Publisher: Nexon Platform: PC What’s it About? MapleStory 2 is a free to play MMORPG. It was released in 2015 in Korea, but world wide on October 10th of this year. Anime-style characters can quest through and explore a 3D block world filled with monsters and adventure. What did I think? This gameContinue reading “Review: MapleStory 2”
Ring of Elysium is a multiplayer battle royale game.
Developer: SadSquare Studio Publisher: SadSquare Studio Platform: PC, Xbox One, PS4 Early Access Release: 10/2/2018 Expected Full Release: 2/2019 What’s it about? Visage is an indie psychological horror game from SadSquare Studio. Funded by Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight, Visage is one of the many spiritual successors to Silent Hills P.T. Visage can be considered a haunted house game. YouContinue reading “Review: Visage”
One lovely summer day, my parents were summoned to the basement for the world premiere of my very first play created on the computer. This one-woman show invoked the minimalist style, in the sense that almost nothing actually happened. Its protagonist, Felicity Merriman from the American Girl franchise, crossed the stage and recited a briefContinue reading “Recap Review: The American Girls Premiere”
You may or may not know this, dear reader, but part of the VanriTheRogue persona is the fact that I don’t have emotions. At least, I don’t have strong ones. In an effort to see my emotions, a long time viewer decided to take matters into his own hands. Randomly one day, I received aContinue reading “Review: To The Moon”
I’ve heard that gamers consider Luigi’s Mansion to be a classic from the Nintendo GameCube era. Personally, I’d given it a try once before and didn’t get very far before I lost interest. But that was years ago, so why not try again? Well, I tried, and I did end up enjoying it. It’s justContinue reading “Review: Luigi’s Mansion”
In 2014, Upper One Games and E-Line Media released Never Alone, a platformer based on the Iñupiat tale, “Kunuuksaayuka.” It is now playable on the PlayStation 3 & 4, Xbox One, Wii U, and PC, as well as iOS and Android devices. I downloaded the game on the PlayStation 4, so that is the versionContinue reading “Review: Never Alone”
If you’re looking for a video game that’s not too difficult to play (at least not in the way that video games usually are), has an engrossing story, and phenomenal character development, you can’t find much better than the original Ace Attorney trilogy.