Art and video games have a love-hate relationship. Many developers, and players, want games to be viewed in the same light as movies or music, and have them acknowledged for their creativity. This[...]
Author: Shane Gordon
Games that feature roguelike elements have been slowly saturating the independent gaming market in the last few years. The combination of permanent death and high levels of difficulty have been[...]
It’s a rare event to come across a gamer who does not cherish the old school formulas. You have to be fairly young to have never played games such as[...]
With the concept of video games as art on the rise over recent years, and games such as Journey and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons receiving great scores for[...]
99 Levels to Hell, an action-platforming rogue-light developed by two-man team Zaxis Games, carries with it a name that tries very hard to evoke difficulty. That idea bleeds into the[...]
War gaming has been a staple of the gaming landscape for as long as any of us can remember. Gaming has always been about fantasy, and escaping to worlds where[...]
Jazzpunk is an outrageously silly, albeit short adventure game that fans of surreal comedy should definitely give a go.
Reaper is a fun, run-of-the-mill hack-’n’-slash held back by a lack of variety and a few broken mechanics.