Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today Review: Another Suburban Morning, Grandmother Screaming At The Wall
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Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today Review: Another Suburban Morning, Grandmother Screaming At The Wall

Since Telltale re-shaped the way we think of adventure games, there has been a dirge of games that have tried to be “dark,” all with varying degrees of success. Games like Tormentum were able to be dark yet fascinating throughout. Others though, end up being laughably bad. Dead Synchronicity falls somewhere in-between. It’s first half … Continue reading

Westarado: Double Barrelled Review: More Respectful to Native Americans Than Adam Sandler
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Westarado: Double Barrelled Review: More Respectful to Native Americans Than Adam Sandler

After finding your brother and mother murdered and your farm burned to the ground, you set out to piece together the clues about who murdered your family. As you complete tasks for individuals, you are given small hints about their appearance. These can be whether or not they are wearing a wide brimmed hat, what … Continue reading

Grapple Review: Spider-Goo, Spider-Goo. Does Whatever a Spider-Goo Does
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Grapple Review: Spider-Goo, Spider-Goo. Does Whatever a Spider-Goo Does

One of the coolest aspects of the generally terrible licensed Spider-Man games have been freely swinging around the city using real buildings to swing and grapple from. What’s funny is that a small independent game like Grapple does a better job of true swinging physics than any Spider-Man game has ever done. This mechanic, along … Continue reading