Edmund McMillen’s The Binding of Isaac was an addicting, arresting adventure when it was initially released on Steam, a beautiful bite-sized bout of button-bashing blasphemy.
Indie developer The Chinese Room has been a busy bunch, first making me weep with Dear Esther, then probably making me wet myself with Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. At Sony
Marcus “Notch” Persson has left his indelible mark on gaming with Minecraft, a cubic creative sandbox that has been worshipped by every corner of the internet since its release on PC.
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, Frictional Games and The Chinese Room’s long-awaited follow-up to the sanity-shredding Amnesia: The Dark Descent, has finally penned in a release date.
Doorways is a game that managed to slip under my radar for the past few months…and I have no idea why.
The chair creaks as you settle onto it. The candlelight flickers. All around you the ravenous faces of your so-called friends twist in delight as you slowly open the box laid out on the table. Welcome to Dangerous Games!
The next generation of consoles is almost here, and with it comes the promise of new games to flex their increased multimedia muscle. Enter Dying Light, WB Games and Techland’s graphically gorgeous upgrade to the Dead Island formula with a high-gloss parkour polish.
For the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins, WB Games is laughing at your shelf space or need to store things besides giant goddamn box sets, with a collector’s edition so frigging huge it defies all logic
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate offered a bloody bridge between Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and its upcoming sequel, but it was only accessible to owners of the Nintendo 3DS.
The subtitle for PopCap’s Plants vs. Zombies is an obvious, albeit nonsexual, double entendre.