On the road again: Mile 0 tells the story before Road 96 and introduces us to two different worlds.
Review: Sakura Wars
After a long hiatus, the Sakura Wars series has finally returned. For many western gamers, this long-running franchise will likely be a mystery, since only Sakura Wars: So Long, My [ … ]
Review: AI – The Somnium Files
With the release of Zero Time Dilemma, the Zero Escape series’ third and final entry, fans were left wondering what would be next for series writer and director Kotaro Uchikoshi. [ … ]
Review: Not Tonight
Brexit is a pretty big deal, not just in the UK but the world as a whole, so it’s no real surprise that some brave developers would try and turn [ … ]
Screenshot Saturday: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
Today we start our new segment Screenshot Saturday. What better way to start into a weekend than to enjoy some nice views, right?
Review: Batman – The Enemy Within – Episode 3
The Dark Knight may have kept Gotham save in Telltale Games’ Batman series but in Season Two it’s Bruce Wayne’s job to keep the streets clean. And those are pretty [ … ]
Review: Danganronpa V3
Coming after both the disappointing Ultra Despair Girls and Danganronpa 3, Danganronpa V3 marks a return to form for the series. It may not be the perfect sequel that people [ … ]
Review: Zero Escape – The Nonary Games: 999
In December 2009, a game with the title Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors started a craze in Japan. Critics loved the mixture of visual novel and escapist gameplay, its [ … ]
gamescom 2017: NISA line-up
Nippon Ichi Softwares America, better known as NISA, showed us their very diverse line-up at the gamescom that we do not want to withhold from you.
Review: The Sexy Brutale – Full House Edition
Going into The Sexy Brutale, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. The name doesn’t give much away, and the studio behind it was unknown to me. As I watched [ … ]
Hands-on with: Gone in November, Ultralight Beam, Sanatory Hallways
In our segment “100 lost games” we cover games which we’ve been meaning to talk about for quite some time. For a change we’re doing that in English as well.
Review: Actual Sunlight – an adventure about depression
Actual Sunlight is a videogame about depression. There are not a lot like it. It provokes thought but lapses too often into stereotypes.