Review – Burly Men at Sea (PS4) A Charming Set of Fish Stories

Burly Men at Sea is a peculiar title that came across the ethereal surface of my existential wooden desk recently. While I had seen the game before, I had not really looked much into it, so I was able to…

Review: Black Mirror (Xbox One)

The world of gaming has always had room for the point and click genre. It was never something I really had gotten into when I was younger, but I have the time now to rectify that mistake. Since I never…

The Witching Hour ’17 Night Six: Isometric Horror

The shadows gather around us once again. Take our hands and wander with us into the darkness where the monsters gather. We’re bringing you 31 horror reviews in October. Whatever you do, don’t let go of our hands lest you…

Review: Darkestville Castle (PC)

Introduction I’ll start by admitting that the hand-drawn, cartoon-ish graphic style in adventure games, is very dear to me. I grew up with LucasArts classics such as Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle and the Monkey Island series. The third…

Review: STASIS (Steam) Isometric Horror Done Right

With  the soon to be released free stand alone expansion to STASIS called CAYNE (more information on CAYNE can be found here), I thought it a good time to revisit one of my favorite horror gaming experiences in recent memory.…

Review: 1 Moment Of Time: Silentville (on Steam)

1 Moment Of Time: Silentville. Suddenly your hands begin to wither as you stand at a train station. The world seems forlorn and desolate. You walk inside the train station to find an attendant who has been trapped in the same…

Review: ‘ Deponia Doomsday’

Deponia Doomsday is the newest part of the Deponia series by Daedalic Entertainment. Rather than a continuation, this point-and-click adventure is a paralellic to the series. And here I want to put a little disclaimer: I actually haven’t played the…