Dreamfall Chapters: Review

I probably should have played the games that preceded Dreamfall Chapters (The Longest Journey games) because then I might have know what was going on.┬áThe game was recommended by a friend of a friend, for its storytelling and writing. While the … [Continue reading]

Return of the Obra Dinn: A Review

Like Papers, Please, Return of the Obra Dinn puts the player in a mundane role while providing a wholly unique experience. In 1807, the Obra Dinn returns to port after it had gone missing for five years. With no crew on board, your role as insurance … [Continue reading]

Jagged Alliance: Rage – Here we go again

So there is yet another game trying to revamp the Jagged Alliance name. I have lost count of how many that is now since Sir-tech's masterpiece Jagged Alliance 2. While a company could just take the original formula, update the graphics and improve … [Continue reading]

Telltale’s The Walking Dead: A Review

Telltale's The Walking Dead is considered by many to be a modern classic - a shining example of storytelling in videogames, the definite game that will make you cry. I had never gotten around to playing it, or any other Telltale game, until recently … [Continue reading]

Banner Saga 3: A Satisfying Ending to an Epic Tale

The Banner Saga recently released the third and final installment in the epic story of refugees escaping a calamity in their Norse mythology inspired world. While the ending to the third installment has left some people frustrated, I find that it is … [Continue reading]