Novacore Studios is a relatively new player to the video game world, a recent start-up teaming up with the well-known Kalypso Media in the development of Legends of Pegasus.
While the classic point-and-click adventure had long left the spotlight in the late 90’s, it has never really truly died.
Biart looks like a very interesting independent developer, specifically because of their focus in making underwater themed games.
You’re a lonely little robot. It’s a big, dark world and you’re (mostly) alone.
It’s been awhile since I’ve played an honest-to-goodness point-and-click adventure game, but Daedalic aims to breathe a bit more life back into the genre with their newest title: Deponia.
I’d like to preface this review by stating that I don’t much care for “bullet hell” games – never have.
You grip the wheel tightly. Your knuckles turn white. You rev the engine, and check your mirrors.
Poor Dr. X. He built a world full of wonderful creations, and then his company tossed him out like yesterday’s garbage.
When I initially began this review, I had a very poor outlook on Techtonic Games’ new runner, Bust-n-Rush.
The tower defense genre has seen a huge swell in recent times, and for good reason.