Is it too much to hope that, in a survival setting, you’ll just need to worry about the basic components of food, shelter, and sleep, without also incurring the wrath of alien beings that sense you primarily when you’re unconscious?
The indie horror strategy game Distrust says “yes.”
The cyberpunk genre has always been something of a strange one. On one hand, it can be very metaphoric and thoughtful: It deals with topics of humanity by pushing the envelope in the direction of inhumanity. It makes us recognize our own world by showing us one that is distinctly alien and far fetched. On…
Traumatized by the events that led to the deaths of so many, Ishmael gives up his life on the seas, meets a pretty girl, settles down, has a few kids, and never, ever eats seafood again.
I’m kidding, he totally commissions a ship and crew of his own to hunt down and destroy Moby Dick for himself.
It’s Halloween, and we’re all looking for something new and spooky to play. So here are my favorite horror games I’ve played in 2017 so far.
Maybe you’ll find one to try out…
Caligo is the pretentious, trying-too-hard walking simulator that that guy from the internet once warned you about.
Scanner Sombre has some of the better aspects of walking simulators along with some of the worst.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Burgers! Fries!! EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!
NeoGAF & The Escapist: two gaming sites that have officially had their worst weekends.
Visceral Games is gone, and with it, any information we have had about the original Star Wars game they were developing.
Who knows what’s coming next?
I enjoyed Battle Chasers in high school: it had an incredible art style and a fun, if standard fantasy adventure storyline full of legendary artifacts, talking robots, and warriors with mysterious pasts. But I’d be a liar if I expected that it had any sort of rebirth set up for its future.
And I was wrong in a big way: because not only is Battle Chasers: Nightwar a fun continuation of the comic’s memorable characters, it’s a pretty stand up video game in its own right.