Firewatch is a vibrant adventure set in the forests of Wyoming. But even a place as beautiful as this still has skeletons.
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Video games seem much more interested in depicting what it’s like to be a commander in a war room than recreating the experience of the many civilians caught in the crossfire of armed conflict. This War of Mine aims to be the exception here – taking this perspective and spinning a compelling, though-oft harrowing, survival sandbox around it. Read on for our full review
This War of Mine is a game that still lacks a release date but amidst the sea of various survival titles flooding digital distribution channels, it looks like something definitely worth checking out. It’s a game trying to explore conflict in a different light than video games have dared to in the past, and its mechanics are just as ambitious. Read on for my full preview.
In spite of the critical buzz surrounding Introversion’s Prison Architect, very few game developers have tackled life-behind-bars as subject material. We check out Mouldy Tuff Studios The Escapists early access build to find out if it can hold its own.
Although Super Time Force is far from the only indie sidescroller on the block, it’s got more than enough time travel banditry to go around.
The folks over over at the Nonadecimal Creative have a much lighter take on the term Social Justice Warrior. The developer recently put out a small, satirical role playing game called Social Justice Warriors and I spoke with Eric Ford about this inspired little title and what he hoped to achieve by making it.