https://youtu.be/vdJWve8GnlMBefore we start this review I feel I have to let you in on a little secret.I don’t like reading game reviews.‘But Chris, you write game reviews, how can you not like reading them?’ I hear you ask. I know, weird right? So let me explain. However objective the reviewer
Ah, not every day do you get the excitement of waking up with amnesia from a futuristic jet crash. You can smell the fresh smell of destruction, standing up as the wind blows through your luscious hair. You stop to think, how could you get to such a beautiful site?
I admire games that revolve around having multiple endings. It really makes you want to explore the game more and gives the game more replayability. Games such as; Undertale, Prey, Life is Strange, etc. give the sense that you’re in control of what happens. And that’s what makes me love these
When it comes to horror genre’s I’d hate to make myself look like a wuss. But I hate to say it, horror genre really isn’t my thing. Sure I get a kick out of watching someone play through horror games, and laugh at their reactions. But I’m completely and utterly
When it comes to RPGs, I’m normally very picky. I can’t say I’ve honestly ever played an RPG all the way through. But one game I saw recently caught my eye. That game is My Time at Portia. This is an indie open-world RPG being developed by Pathea Games. It
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I’ve written many reviews on sandbox games, and from Other articles, I’ve written here at EAG you can tell it is my favorite genre. It was recently recommended I check out this indie title “Wayward” by Unlok. From what I read, and saw the game looked great!
Goodness, what big teeth you have, Grandma!!!You know the story of Red Riding Hood, don’t you? The Little girl in fetching crimson hat takes some groceries to her Granny and almost gets eaten by a wolf? Sound familiar? Well ‘A Day in The Woods’ takes the popular fairy tale and
I like city building Sims, the way you get to play God and send destruction down upon your people; very old testament. But in this game, you can only influence the one goings of your civilization, and you really do want them to survive as it is your legacy as
Online survival games are fun nonetheless, with the recent growth and interest in developing online survival games over the past few years many great games such as Rust, Day Z, 7 Days to Die, H1Z1, and more have been receiving a great amount of feedback and gaining more and more
There are a lot of Tactical RPGs, many good and bad ones alike. One Tactical RPG I'm personally enjoying right now is "Fire Emblem: Sacred Stones" I never really got into the Fire Emblem Series and my friend told me to try it out, so far I am enjoying the experience.