Today I’m talking about an indie cRPG basically made for those of us who want to immerse ourselves in the history and lore of a strange world. Set into one of the more peculiar post-apocalyptic settings you’ll see, this game seems to be aimed at those RPG players who really love role playing and prefer to solve problems without having to roll for Initiative, if they can help it.
Dustbowl is an indie offering that blends together the basics of adventure games and RPGs, sets them in a post-apocalyptic world, then makes use of the most ancient of 8-bit style graphics to present the blend which ends up being quite a compelling experience. It’s definitely a game that rewards exploration. One of the major […]
Today I have something different for you guys. I’ll be talking about a demo. Remember those? They used to be the norm back before the era of misleading “gameplay” trailers, let’s plays and why not, even video reviews. This is Gibbous - A Cthulhu adventure game... demo.
You know how normally in video games, the player is tasked with saving the world from utter annihilation? Well, Bastion does things a bit differently and starts right after that moment in time, with the player being tasked to saving what is left of his world, following a cataclysmic event.
Playing the Wasteland PC game in modern times can only elicit feelings of appreciation. Appreciation not only for how far video games have gotten, but also for how innovative and difficult of an endeavor, game development had to be back in those dark-dark days when RAM memory was counted in kilobytes and game storage in a few megs.
So far I’ve been silent about the Witcher’s story, and that’s because CD Projekt Red have the "bad habit" of including so many elements in their games that transform their titles into ravenous monsters devouring any social life! I’ve spent a week in the game, and frankly, I’m not sure where the time ran off, with the few actions I can clearly remember being loosely linked with a bathroom and a globe of light in the sky. Other than that, the real world is a blur to me.
Among the plethora of online games available nowadays, both free, otherwise, and in-between, there’s quite the variety when it comes to RPGs, tactics games and TCGs. Very rarely do you get something that combines all three of those characteristics into a cohesive, functional and more importantly, fun experience, and at no cost. I am referring to a nice, little browser-based game called Card Hunter, developed by Blue Manchu Games.
The PiPO Work-W9S tries to be an actual laptop for about 210$ when discounted, and in all seems to be better at it than many mainstream entry-level brands. It features the same Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 CPU as the Cube iWork 10, the same 4GB DDR3L memory and 64GB storage, a much more sizeable 10000mAh […]
The Chuwi Hi10 Ultrabook Tablet PC has been on the market for a while, and Gearbest is currently offering it at a pretty hefty discount for a final price of 181$. It’s another 10.1 incher featuring the Z8300 Cherry Trail Quad-Core CPU, with 4GB of DDR3L memory and 64GB eMMC flash storage. This combination is […]
The Cube iWork 10 Flagship Ultrabook Tablet PC Type-C sounds like a bunch of hyped-up pseudo-brands and marketing tags wrapped together. The second Chinese budget computing device we’re looking at, it’s basically 2-in-1 convertible tablet with an optional removable keyboard (a design we approve of) and stylus. It’s using the rather recent Atom x5-Z8300 quad-core […]
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