Their dreams may be twisted, but this is a game that is most certainly not.
You are not the Samaritan, nor the priest, nor the Levite. You are the ill intent.
A game that towers in its multiplayer aspect, yet in single-player, simply comes crashing down.
My Memory of Us shines with inklings of greatness, but those are ultimately put out by the title's indecisive direction and game design.
A must own for any horror fanatic out there.
A horror, point and click adventure that can't decide if its one or the other.
For a change of pace, these demons are wielding the guns and missiles, and kicking ass in their own shooting range.
Trouserheart: because you CAN get out of bed and do great things without pants.
A dungeon-roaming RPG with a distinctly old-school feel, yet contains enough modernity to bring it bang up to date.