Dyscourse Review: Dystopia
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Dyscourse Review: Dystopia

Choice in gaming often doesn’t really exist. Telltale games, while they do feature player choice, will often lead you to a fairly similar outcome, even when you make different choices. While you may think you have three different options, they might each lead to the same conclusion. Dyscourse, on the other hand, is one of … 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

Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Review: Theory of a Dead Guy
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Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Review: Theory of a Dead Guy

When it initially launched in 2005, Indigo Prophecy (or Fahrenheit if you aren’t from the United States) helped launch David Cage, one of the first so-called “video game auteurs”, into the public spotlight. A game that concentrated almost exclusively on quick-time events and moral choices, Indigo Prophecy attempted to be more of a movie rather … Continue reading