Sleeping Dogs: A Review

Sleeping Dogs was sold to me as Infernal Affairs: the Game and as someone who loves Heroic Bloodshed, how could I say no? The story of the game follows the story of Wei Shen, a Hong Kong native who has returned from living in the United States for a long time. His job is to […]

Tharsis: Gambling in Space

You barely fixed the life support module in time. The air is getting thing. Through a window, you see a never ending stream of debris floating through space. You know that the debris is coming from the ship. This is no longer a return trip. “Houston, we have a problem” is an understatement in a […]

Thea: The Awakening Review

Once upon a time, someone had an idea to combine as many different types of games as possible and make it work- so now we have Thea. Videogame genres are usually pretty loose and hard to define but we usually have the vocabulary to describe, at the very least, surface concepts of a game. In […]

Rymdresa lulls you into a trance before blasting you to bits

Relaxing space music fills my ears as I drift across the cosmos collecting stars, exploring wonders, and gathering resources to rebuild Earth. Here, space is serene and filled with bits of poetry waxing poetic about a lonely existence, rebirth, death, and life. Playing Rymdresa is not far from a zen-like experience, until an asteroid shoots […]

Year Walk: A Review

We have all had that moment when we needed to blow into a church door’s keyhole to prepare ourselves for the next year, right? Year Walk is a game based on that, where you go on an Årsgång, an obscure Swedish tradition where you attempt to catch a glimpse of what may come. The tradition is not […]