This is an interesting one. It wasn’t what I expected and this gave me a slightly negative point to view, to begin with. The Hive sells itself as an RTS and RPG, which sounds amazing, but they are difficult genres to mesh together; especially when I’ve just finished playing Persona
Change is a game where you play a homeless man who is down on his luck and if you watched the video, you will see I struggled with this game. Not because the interface is bad, it isn’t, or because it doesn’t run very well, it does, and not because it's
Into The Forge...
Studio; Artees' in-development title Forged Adventure feels, out of the gate, very much 'fuss-free'. No matter what the genre, being able to jump into the gameplay of a title without feeling like you've been tasked with an elongated period of busy work is nearly always a welcomed aspect.
Heartbound is a game that is trying to fill big shoes. From a quick glance at the game’s Kickstarter page, and even from the title of the game, it is clear the game is heavily inspired by the SNES classic Earthbound and modern indie classic Undertale. And that excites me
The best part about Chasm is it is not afraid to show its influences. Games of a similar nature have been hailed and released to great critical acclaim in recent years, as the genre received a surge in popularity. Instant classics such as Rogue Legacy and Cave Story have sated