Posts Tagged ‘mystery’

Trace Memory: Like Myst, but Cuter

Trace Memory

I really like Trace Memory. Something about video game novels just does it for me. It gets me immersed, holds my attention, keeps me empathically connected to characters, and all that other good stuff. A puzzle game in any perspective, Trace Memory isn’t terribly difficult, nor is it meant to be. A curious, explorative demeanor […]

Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Fear Incarnate

Amnesia: The Dark Descent

What evil-minded sadistic group of assorted bastards and she-bastards would create such a wicked manifestation of pure horror such as this? Amnesia: The Dark Descent is an indie game, but mother of crap it’s the single most terrifying game I’ve ever played. Dead Space 2 and Condemned: Criminal Origins have nothing on this masterpiece of […]

Brush Up on Your Folklore

Folklore

Does anyone remember that 2007 Ps3 exclusive release with the funny looking cover that no one talked about? No? Not surprising. The shameful part is, Folklore is actually a very high quality game. The beauty of the explored worlds and creatures within, the intricate plot and web of lies slowly uncovered… It’s more like a […]

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