There's Klingons on the starboard bow...Oh, hang on! Wrong game! There's gunships on the starboard bow! That's better!
White Owls takes flight with their first title, a mindbending puzzle game about love, death, regeneration, and proving the perfect game also involves bowling.
A satisfying gaming experience that poses an interesting challenge.
You are not the Samaritan, nor the priest, nor the Levite. You are the ill intent.
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.
For a change of pace, these demons are wielding the guns and missiles, and kicking ass in their own shooting range.
Inspiring, enthralling, and frustrating in a positive way, Alwa’s Awakening really does capture everything that made the NES great, but in it’s own accord.
The first time that I’ve kicked ass as a panda since that Ranma 1/2 fighter from the SNES. Ah, memories.
Perception looks and sounds a unique game, but with a cliche ridden narrative and a rehash of old and tired horror tropes, it is nothing more than yet another horror flick with a fancy gimmick.