We spent four hours trying to avoid dying to a crazy bunny masked psycho in Until Dawn, it wasn’t exactly the most successful run of staying alive that I’ve ever seen though. We had quite a few deaths, but I think it’s because I just didn’t care who lived or died.
We head Knee Deep into the swamp to try to solve the mysterious murder of a fading superstar.When we speak of Knee Deep, we don’t speak of the swamps, we speak of the controversy surrounding the supposed suicide. By that I mean… Knee Deep in trouble and not blood because we aren’t assassins. Are these […]
Retro Wednesday is upon us and we step into the shoes of Vito Scaletta in this episode of Playing Games. With the recent announcement of Mafia 3, we felt it was appropriated to take a look at Mafia II one more time.
You ever play a game like Gone Home, or The Disappearance of Ethan Carter? Well this game is kind of like those two, but it combines some horror elements and puzzle elements that’s missing from those games. Dream is interesting but it may not be for everyone.
King’s Quest returns in this updated and revamp continuation of the series. We play the opening moments and get a feel for what it’s like to be in the shoes of Graham again. The most noticeable difference is that the story is told from a Princess Bride style point of view, with Christopher Lloyd as […]
Blues and Bullets takes a shot at the adventure genre and tries to mix it up with a cover system. I play it for a bit and explain what the game is about and if the first episode of Blues and Bullets is worth your time.
Retro Wednesdays begins as we play the classic Sega CD title – Snatcher. Snatcher is a classic graphical adventure title by the great Hideo Kojima, and takes a ton of cues from movies like Terminator and Blade Runner.
When you play the Game of Thrones, it kind of plays you instead by not allowing you to really impact the story.If you don’t like spoilers of this season, it’d be best to not watch this video. Otherwise… enjoy!