[REVIEW] MISSING: An Interactive Thriller – Episode One
By Dan Spence on August 10th 2015
MISSING: An Interactive Thriller is an unusual game. Developed by a Canadian indie team by the name of Zandel Media; MISSING is a throwback to the FMV games of the early-to-mid nineties (albeit one with access to modern-day technology). It is an episodic game, the first episode of which is approximately 45 minutes in length. It’s an odd beast to say the least.
[REVIEW] Not A Hero
By Dan Spence on August 5th 2015
Not A Hero is the latest game to be released by indie dev team Roll7; the creators of 2014’s BAFTA-award winning skateboarding game: OlliOlli. Published by Devolver Digital, the game’s main premise is to aid a giant anthropomorphic bunny rabbit (by the name of BunnyLord) in his bid to be elected mayor. In order to increase BunnyLord’s electoral chances it is decided that you must clamp down on the city’s crime in the most direct way possible.
[REVIEW] LAST CASE: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF AMANDA KANE
By Dan Spence on June 24th 2015
Today I had the pleasure of playing an indie game by the name of “LAST CASE – THE DISAPPEARANCE OF AMANDA KANE.” The game is a very short (5 -10 minutes) point-and-click adventure about a private eye (Jack Forester) attempting to locate a rich man’s runaway daughter by the name of Amanda Kane.
[REVIEW] Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
By Dan Spence on June 16th 2015
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is the most recent title in Capcom’s critically acclaimed Monster Hunter series.
[REVIEW] Kirby: Triple Deluxe
By Dan Spence on May 20th 2015
Kirby: Triple Deluxe represents Kirby’s first official outing on the 3DS, and frankly, it’s one of the most enjoyable Kirby games yet. Kirby: Triple Deluxe is a fun-filled platforming adventure that has charm in spades.