Review – The Hunting God (Steam)

The Hunting God is the seventh and most recent walking simulator crafted by Tonguç Bodur, who has shown an ability to craft wonderful and brief experiences that allow you to wander through interesting stories without the need to commit to…

Review: Tyranny – Bastard’s Wound DLC (Steam)

Introduction If you’ve read my Tyranny review, you already know that I consider this title as one of the best RPGs in recent years. How do you raise the stakes in the case of a game which has an excellent…

Review: Distrust (Steam)

Introduction Distrust proved to be a pleasant surprise to myself, in more ways than one. It launched just when I was about to lose hope that a new video game inspired by John Carpenter’s 1982 masterpiece, The Thing, shall ever…

Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (Steam)

Introduction I couldn’t pass up the chance to write about a video game re-imagining of Dante’s Inferno within Norse mythology. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a complex narrative experience, an adventure which mixes third-person combat with surreal exploration of adult themes.…

Review: The Long Dark (Steam)

Introduction The Long Dark may have given a new meaning to the Early Access stage. It was initially released as “early” as September 2014 (same age as my Steam account) and until August 2017 it remained in Early Access. Thus…

Review – Nephise Begins (Steam) The Start of an Orb Hunter’s Tale

[amazon_link asins=’9752304540,B017AGIDY6,B01GW917NQ,B01BI7XY6A,B0742HGBG1,B00OA7OE3I,B005A75VGQ’ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’ticgn04-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’eacc327d-8755-11e7-8f71-9f31a9454c61′]Nephise Begins is the prequel to Nephise, and a small, encapsulated vision of Nephise’s journey to become an Orb Hunter. As far as Tonguc Bodur’s catalog goes, this one was probably my least favorite, and…

Review: ABZÛ (Steam) – 2nd opinion

  This will be the second time ABZU has been reviewed on our site. To see the original, click here.  Introduction I’ve been looking forward to reviewing ABZÛ for quite some time. For a title that’s been already receiving near universal…

Review – Nephise (Steam) A Drunken Winter Tale

Alright. My journey through Tonguc Bodur’s (creator of the Drizzlepath series) catalog continues. My current stop is Nephise, a charming little tale that can realistically be told in about 15 minutes, but with which you could easily spend an hour…

Review – Drizzlepath: Glass (Steam)

You know, every so often a game or series of games by an indie developer crosses your path and you really just have to dive in and see what there is to see. With Tonguc’s games, my fascination is also…

Review: Layers of Fear (Steam)

Introduction I had a “writer’s block” much like Layers of Fear’s protagonist had creative issues, to put it mildly. In my case, it might have been just four days since my last review, but I have to admit that this…