Tag: Video Games

Wallet Crusader: Beholder

Do you like being nosey? Do you enjoy eavesdropping on unsuspecting neighbors? Perhaps snitching to the authorities gives you a rush? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of those questions, Beholder might just be the game you’ve been waiting for. In Beholder, you fill the shoes of a […]

Wallet Crusader: Starbound

Welcome back, gamers! Today I’ll be discussing Starbound; an affordable indie gem that I’ve been following throughout it’s development. After launching a Kickstarter-style pre-order on the Humble Store and Steam back in 2013, Chuckle Fish Games was able to raise over 2 million dollars. After a few years, Starbound was […]

Early Access Review: Rimworld (Alpha 16)

Having launched a successful Kickstarter campaign, Rimworld set some very high expectations for itself. I’m often quite weary of Kickstarter and Early Access Steam games, and avoid playing them until many of the kinks have been smoothed out. This time around I decided to give it a try due […]

Retro Throwback – Planescape: Torment

With Torment: Tides of Numenera currently in Early Access on Steam, I’ve been extremely anxious to dig back into the realm of Planescape. Since the last few Early Access games I purchased were somewhat underwhelming, I decided to reinstall the original cult-classic Planescape: Torment and get reacquainted with the planes. […]

Tyranny | Review

Obsidian Entertainment strikes again with their new roleplaying masterpiece, Tyranny! Having just finished the game moments ago, I’m struggling to write this review because I’m already planning my next playthrough. If you’ve had the pleasure of playing Pillars of Eternity (Obsidian’s previous release with Paradox Interactive), the gameplay and controls will be mostly […]

Indie Game Spotlight: Aragami

As a huge stealth adventure game fanatic, I’ve been waiting for a new experience. The Hitman games are excellent, but I generally prefer games that take place before the invention of the modern firearm. I’m not saying headshots can’t be extremely satisfying, but nothing is quite as exhilarating […]