Extended First Look into Dystopian Nightmare of >Observer_

>Observer_

Whenever I ask to imagine the future of VR, they paint me a picture of people of all ages now unrestricted by money or disability. Visit far of lands, embrace distant relatives, experience adventure you could only ever dream of,… Continue Reading


E3 2017: CyanideWerewolf: The Apocalypse Seeks to Bring World of Darkness to Life

Werewolf: The Apocalyse

If you’re a fan of getting together with friends, cranking out some character sheets, and rolling some dice, then chances are you are a familiar with at least one of White Wolf’s “World of Darkness” games. The big three—Vampire: The… Continue Reading


E3 2017: A Maddening First Look into Call of Cthulhu

Call of Cthulhu

For how much Lovecraft has inspired eons worth of horror, with endless tendrils of influence creeping into every medium, video games have been surprisingly lacking. Titles like Amnesia can certainly track their sanity warping monsters to a Lovecraftian origin, but the… Continue Reading


E3 2017: A Closer Look at a Vampyr Tending to His Flock

When it comes to video games that are promising the impossible, Vampyr is up there with Fable and Godus. Now while Fable managed to fall short and still be one of the most beloved ARPGs of our generation, Godus fared significantly less well. So even though I… Continue Reading


E3 2017: Behind the Scenes Look at A Plague Tale: Innocence Sheds Some Light On the Rat Plague

Ho boy, another E3 has come and gone, and with it a number of new trailers, announcements, reveals, and letdowns. I have to say, I found this year to be quite lackluster for the Big 3. I’ll get into this… Continue Reading