Posts Tagged ‘osx’

Titanic: Honour and Glory’s stunning preview

by trekkiemarkon 22/04/2016
The very mention of her name conjures up visions of size, superiority and the futility of a mighty feat of human engineering. In 1912 the Titanic sailed her first and last voyage and remains a potent reminder of man’s complacency in the face of nature. The loss of over 1,500 people in the icy waters of […]

Republique: Remastered Review

by Sai Mealingon 13/03/2015
When does an indie game stop being an indie game? This was a question I found myself wondering several times during my playthrough of Republique: Remastered, a full-HD PC and Mac port of the episodic mobile game from 2013. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign that almost didn’t make it, the mobile versions were a massive […]

Indie puzzle platformer Teslagrad is coming to PS3, Wii U and Vita this Summer

by Sai Mealingon 27/02/2014
Norwegian indie developer Rain Games have announced that their latest platforming adventure title ‘Teslagrad’ will be released on console formats later this year. These ports follow a successful Steam launch for PC, Mac and Linux, a Metacritic review score of 78/100 and almost universal praise at last year’s industry events such as Seattle PAX Prime […]

Harebrained Schemes announces Shadowrun: Dragonfall

by Andy Haighon 24/11/2013
Hare Brained Schemes has just unveiled the details on Shadowrun: Dragonfall, the new campaign for their critically acclaimed old school RPG Shadowrun Returns.  BERLIN. The Flux-State: a stable anarchy enforced by an ever-shifting coalition of megacorps, political factions, and savvy power players. A place where almost anything goes and the right connections can be the […]

Papers, Please Review – 8 GPP’s

by Sai Mealingon 14/08/2013
What starts as a simple point and click mundane job simulator quickly turns into something far darker and much more meaningful. This may not be the prettiest game released this year but it is definitely one of the most memorable and one that everyone should get a chance to play. Glory to Arstotzka.