Originally posted @ That Videogame Blog If befriending a Velociraptor while waiting for the bus sounds like the pipe dream of a person who’s watched Jurassic World one too many times, you’d be right. Or rather, you would’ve been. But after Epic Games‘ keynote at GDC 2018 yesterday, wherein Studio Wildcard announced ARK: Survival Evolved is coming to the Switch, you can plan … Continue reading Ride a laser-mounted dino on the go with ARK: Survival Evolved, coming soon to Nintendo Switch
Originally posted @ That Videogame Blog For an action game that hinges on surviving a hostile alien world and contending with Lovecraftian atrocities, DOLMEN certainly is pretty. Massive Work Studio has formally announced that their new action-RPG DOLMEN, which looks to be the awesome illegitimate lovechild of Dead Space and Bloodborne, is making its north American debut this year at GDC. … Continue reading Action-RPG DOLMEN debuting in North America at GDC 2018
Originally posted @ That Videogame Blog For those hardcore fans who have been patiently waiting for DJMAX RESPECT’s western launch, we have some good news: you can find it now on PS4 for $49.99! And for rhythm-action fans who are new to the DJMAX series, fret not! With tons of new features, this is arguably the most robust … Continue reading DJMAX RESPECT now available on PS4 for western audiences
Originally posted @ That Videogame Blog If, like me, you often think back on the cancellation of Silent Hills and bemoan what could have been, then you might find survival horror game The Beast Inside to be a welcome consolation. If you’ve been watching with baited breath the “will they, won’t they” development process of Allison Road, and you just can’t take anymore, … Continue reading The Beast Inside PC demo now available to backers
Originally published @ RETRONUKE on April 29th, 2018 Upon booting up The Librarian, the single person project of developer Octavi Navarro, you are immediately swept up by the sounds of a crackling fire, howling wind and the simple message: “To my dad.” Right out of the gate, this short point-and-click puzzler verges on eulogistic. The care … Continue reading REVIEW / The Librarian (PC) – RETRONUKE
Minit will keep you on your toes, 60 seconds at a time.
Whether it is meant to be difficult or not, there must be a learning curve that is challenging yet fair, and I have never encountered a game that accomplishes this feat as seamlessly as OCTAHEDRON.