2012-07-20_00004

Yesterday

Yesterday. More than a just a very strange surname, Yesterday is a point-and-click adventure by Madrid-based developers Pendulo Studios. Sneaking under the radar of many a gamer, even the adventure nuts among u...
I just can't imagine the Doctor jumping around in the show. It seems odd.

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock

Doctor Who has a fairly poor track record when it comes to video games, especially in recent years. Who remembers the notoriously horrible Doctor Who: Return to Earth and Evacuation Earth, for the Wii and DS re...
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Fieldrunners

In the contemporary video game climate (do I use that phrase too much?), there seem to be a number of common, yet largely ignored, plagues. Well, maybe plague is a very harsh word, but there are definitely a ...
Cover is useless - when you zoom in, you're looking at a wall.

Foreign Legion: Multi Massacre

Way back in 2009, a strange little third-person shooter was released, called Foreign Legion: Buckets of Blood. I'm sure that the real foreign legion, the branch of the French army open to civilians of other c...
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Spec Ops: The Line

Franchise reboots are a common occurrence in the modern video game climate. The usual requirement for a franchise to receive this treatment, however, is that the original games were actually good, popular gam...
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The Walking Dead: Episode 2

This is going to be a short one. In my review of the first episode, I detailed the praise and complaints I have about Telltale's episodic adventure adaptation of The Walking Dead - the poor interface, the lazy ...
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Endless Space

Explore. Expand. Exploit. Exterminate. These are the four tenets of 4X video games; the four pillars upon which an entire genre of gaming rests. You scout through the fog of war and discover new lands. You pl...
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Game Of Thrones

A Song of Ice and Fire boasts of one of the most detailed and masterfully crafted worlds in the history of fiction. Even before its recent propulsion into the public eye with the popularity of the television ...
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Splice

I honestly can't think of any soothing puzzle games. Not serious ones, at least. I mean, there's Quell Reflect for mobiles, but can you name even one puzzle game for PC that manages to be both tough as nails ...