I don’t know why but the Talos Principle was a game that was always on my Wishlist and I just never got around to buying it. When it ended up dirt cheap over the holidays I snapped it up but it hasn’t been until my holiday that I’ve bothered to look at it.
Can’t really remember what made me want to watch it but there was something about the impressive looking screenshots and the idea of playing a game as a robot that interested me. I literally had 0 idea what the game was about.
Continue reading The Talos Principle Initial Thoughts (10 Hours Played)
I keep coming back to this review and having to change the hours played on it. My Time At Portia is a Early Access game that I picked up on Monday and have honestly been obsessed with since.
If that isn’t going to tell you all you need to know I don’t know what will.
EDIT : I thought I had published this and went and played another 5 hours of the game SOME of the things I talk about I already NOW know the answer to so like I’m not changing it because I’m lazy and it was meant to be out 5 hours ago but also I know a 5 hours more knowledge then I did when I wrote it.
Continue reading My Time At Portia Initial Thoughts (19 Hours)
After buying Staxel with a coupon on Steam the other day I sat down to play it for 2 hours today and see what it is like.
A farming game in the styles of Stardew Valley with social pieces like Animal Crossing in the style of Minecraft. What could go wrong?
Continue reading Staxel First Thoughts…
It has taken me a while since the second episode was released to find the time to play it but following on the story of Chloe and Rachel has been something I’ve been dying to do so here we went…
Continue reading Life Is Strange Before The Storm : Brave New World (3 Hours Played)
Life is Strange is back taking us back to a time before Chloe Price had electric blue hair, Rachel Amber was a face on a Missing People’s poster and Max Claulfield made her return to Arcadia Bay and found out she could mess with time.
Max is little more then a name in a diary as you play with Chloe struggling to deal with life. In a very different way… Life is Strange.
Continue reading Life is Strange Before the Storm : Awake
Everyone who ever gets to know me knows that I love these types of game. Grew up with Theme Park and all that, love building just about anything and having the fun of having to micro-manage it and bring it all together.
I was looking at what offers came up this week when I got home last night and just the name “Another Brick in the Mall” fascinated me, when I saw that it was a build your own mall game I brought it right away for £7.99 and then today, my day off of working in a supermarket I might add, I jumped straight into the game and was very happy with the results.
Continue reading Another Brick in the Mall (7 Hours Played)
If like me you grew up with adventure games you’ll remember the wonderful time you had trying to figure out puzzles by clicking on every single clickable pieces of art work, trying to pick everything up and then combine them to make the most ridiculous things ever. You probably ended up very good at puzzles only because you learnt not to bother looking at things so literally all the time.
Sometimes when a sign tells you that you can’t do something its best just to take the sign and do it anyway.
Thimbleweed Park from beginning to end is a throwback to all the great adventure games of your lost youth (or just past I guess.)
Continue reading Thimbleweed Park (12 Hours Played)