RPG’s aren’t really my genre, but some games seem to fit my taste. It’s not that I don’t enjoy them, or that I hate them. It’s just not something I would see myself personally, enjoying. As much as I’ve said to many people before of how I’d love to get
It’s always great to get out of your comfort zone and try something new. My comfort zone is playing survival horror games and rarely sometimes dip my head into the toxic wasteland know as multiplayer. Speaking of toxic wasteland; I found another RPG survival game that takes place in the
I don't know about you, but I hear the words dark and wood as a game title, and already I feel a shiver. Enter Darkwood, an especially creepy top-down survival horror, from Acid Wizard Studios. While it has been available to purchase and play for a few weeks through steam,
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
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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!
Everyone loves a good sandbox game, really successful sandbox games such as Minecraft, Terraria, and Starbound have the key elements of creativity mixed with surviving and upgrading your tools, base, and armor. Fighting tough bosses and making it to the end game, showing off your worlds, and telling all your
Fight for survival in a desolate wasteland and rebuild society.
Edengrad a is brand new MMO developed by Polish developer Huckleberry Games, inspired by classic post-apocalyptic stories like Fallout and Mad Max. Edengrad had been in development for a while before being picked up by an investor in early 2015. The
I sometimes wonder if NASA ever gets mad at video games. They try to get our support, create spaceships, expand humanity, and explore the unknown. Game developers never help their case because they keep making horror games about the unknown and how it wants to wear your intestines as a
You know when I think about it, there aren't many video games that do storytelling like H.P Lovecraft. Why? Because H.P Lovecraft's writing is abnormal. Stories ranging from a small group of people going crazy and killing each other on a mountain, to stories like the cosmic world destroyer Cthulhu.
Kona is surreal jaunt through the frozen north.
Kona starts off with a simple case of vandalism in the frigid reaches of northern Canada. William Hamilton, a wealthy landowner, has had a string of vandalism at his northern hunting retreat. He has no leads on who the culprit may be, so