Posts Tagged ‘steam’
Geek Pride takes an Interceptor for a spin and cruises the blighted highways of Dark Future: Blood Red States.
Niche is the brainchild of a woman who couldn’t decide whether she wanted to study biology or game design, and those two passions combined in her final thesis to create the first incarnation of this simulation/strategy game centred around genetics and survival. Niche comes with two modes, story and sandbox, the latter of which is […]
Coming on Steam Early Access from Argus Games, Techwars Online 2 is Heavy Metal indeed, with giant robots, lasers, jet packs and huge explosions. It's a little rough around the edges, but still fun.
On the surface, Displaced has all the makings of an interesting game. You control a party of survivors hailing from a war torn country and your job is to lead them to safety. Each of your five survivors have their own particular strengths and weaknesses that could end up being a help or a hindrance as […]
The fear of the deep blue is one that a lot of people, myself included share. Drowning, sharks, the darkness swallowing you up as you sink down into the watery depths, it all evokes a sense of trepidation, a sense of being out of control and dying in painful, terror filled dread. Have I set […]
Lego Worlds is a new, inventive game from the creative minds at Traveller’s Tales Games, focusing on wholly original Lego products rater than the brands and liscences covered by Lego Dimensions. In this brand new adventure, you play as an explorer delving into the many planets containing dynamic and unique environments, from the days of […]
Be warned that this article contains minor spoilers. I’m not amateur when it comes to the walking dead. I have seen just about all there is to see so far and played every game based on the series I have come across, not to mention spending many nights reading the comics so naturally I was […]
A few of you might remember, back before Maxis was chewed up and swallowed by EA, a little game called Sim Tower. Instead of running a city, or a country, or a world, you were in charge of building and taking care of a single building and it’s occupants. It sold OK, but was a niche […]
I’m no stranger when it comes to Lego® video games. I was first in line for the original Lego® Star Wars on the ps2 in 2005. I even sent in a video tape in of me glitch hunting to the OPS2 magazine and got myself on the dvd and a free copy of a game. […]
Imagine a world where, when you die, your soul is uploaded to a man-made digital afterlife. Then imagine that you can choose to relive certain memories and experiences as much as you wanted, as well as your loved ones. Sounds intriguing, right? Well Wales Interactive‘s Soul Axiom provides a glimpse of what that could be […]