Recently, Glitch Cat was able to snap some of the members of Intoxicate Studios for a quick interview.
How do you even begin to review a game with so little to it that it may as well be a flash title off of Newgrounds.com?
Here’s how you make a horror game — you take one part dramatic plot, two parts creature design, and three parts character development.
Sometimes, a game can just be a game. It doesn’t have to pretend to have a story line, it doesn’t have to pretend to develop characters and character arcs, and it doesn’t even have to make all that much sense –a game can, in the tradition of old Nintendo and Sega games, simply take an interesting premise and run with it.
Have you ever wanted to pilot your own ship? Are you a fan of shows like One Piece, Firefly, The Pirates of Darkwater, and Outlaw Star?
(This review deals with the PC version of the game available through Steam)
There are great remakes and terrible remakes.
Who likes kick-ass ladies having agency and self-determination in their videogames?
I do, I do!
SILENT HILL: BOOK OF MEMORIES is the first entry into the Silent Hill franchise to eschew many of the traditions of the franchise that made it so initially popular.
Odin Sphere is a beautiful action-adventure game with hand-drawn visuals, frantic gameplay, and a fully-voiced story that tells an epic tale of loss, love, empire, and betrayal.
After being released almost a year ago in Japan, NiS America has decided to bring over the game Clan of Champions — the latest in the Gladiator VS series by developer Acquire, and its only to not take place in ancient Rome — to Steam sometime later this month.