When one is an indirect sequel to a game like Amnesia: The Dark Descent there is a certain caliber of terror one is expected to
What do you get when you cross Roguelike, Lovecraft, and a talented duo of AAA-gone-indie developers? Minor Key Games sets out to show us with
There are but a handful of things I wake up confident about every morning: I will eat today; a fictional character will make me cry
A very, very long time ago, I had the chance to talk to Dene Waring about Huntsman: The Orphanage, his upcoming “alt-horror” game. Featuring
Brothers is a story about childhood and growing up. It’s a story about love, betrayal, and heartbreak. It is a story about life and death
Bibliophila. It’s a thing I’ve struggled with since I learned how to read. I cherish the smell of older books, the feel of turning the
I’ll be honest. I cried, and I cried hard. It wasn’t the usual I’m-too-attached-to-fictional-characters kind of crying, either. It was the I’m-never-going-to-beat-this-and-need-to-write-a-review kind of crying.
This was a joke to the editor that was turned into a serious idea, and I’m sad to admit I probably haven’t learned my lesson.
I’ll be the first to admit to my jumpiness. As a child, I was scared of the dark. Even now, as a college student, I
We all know about (and probably love) the adventures of Sam “Serious” Stone. A few years ago his adventures were expanded through the Serious Same
I recently reviewed The Bridge, a small indie puzzler that’s gathered a good deal of attention because of its unique art. Creator of The Bridge,