Poignant, funny, dark and deliciously executed. This is a masterclass in how to wrap up a series yet still leave your players wanting more.
There is no avoiding how simple an emotion fear is, and I Can't Escape: Darkness' atmosphere cuts straight to that; but it is in danger of perhaps being too simple itself.
Tales from the Borderlands has transcended its inherrited lineage and become something truly impressive in its own right. Becoming one of 2015's essential purchases.
King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember marks a very solid start to the new 5-part series. It manages to capture the spirit of the original games, as well as the snappy writing, and transpose them with a more modern game with a hint...
Aawww…look at the cute little sheep. They’re even adorable when they die.
If you’re a point and click adventure fan this is a must buy.
Telltale have taken a franchise I like with characters I cared little for and turned them in to a comedy caper that just might be some of their finest work to date.
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter sees you filling the (gum)shoes of detective Paul Prospero in the first game to come from Polish studio The Astronauts.
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