Hard to care for a character that you don't know well enough or the in-game cast ignore the passing of.
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The Wolf Among Us Episode 4, In Sheep’s Clothing, is a solid enough entry in to the Season so far. We’ve still yet reach the levels of promise that the first episode hinted at, but the penultimate entry in the series manages t...
Episode 3 of The Walking Dead from Telltale has a very apt name – In Harms Way! In fact perhaps Guts! might have been even more apt. Not only are a lot spilled and smeared, but also a lot are shown by young Clementine once ag...
From a timid character that followed Lee around, to a scared girl alone and fighting for her life and now, as this story progresses we get to see a strong young woman start to emerge. I fail to recall any videogame that has pr...
Octodad: Dadliest Catch is silly. But that is ok, because it not only knows it but encourages it to be taken to extremes. The control system is designed to be awkward, but equally the game is very forgiving of your fumblings. Y...
So, maybe not as satisfying as the last episode, The Wolf Among Us Episode 2 does manage to draw us in even further with its keen layering of story threads and wonderful use of the licensed world.
Mush is a curious and interesting thing. As a social game, it fulfils its role by requiring communication and co-operation, even when other players are actively working against you. Trying to keep the ship working and everyone ...
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