Tag Archives: atmospheric

N.E.R.O. (Nothing Ever Remains Obscure) – REVIEW

For some, butterflies are symbolic of change and resurrection. Jellyfish in dreams may represent healing of painful memories, and discovering the light within yourself. N.E.R.O. is a more emotional journey than a standard video game experience. Instead of road signs and highway markers, figurative symbols and deeper meanings guide you along …

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Diving Through the Layers of Fear – REVIEW

What person can say they have never experienced fear? While at times it can cause us to behave in an irrational manner; panic and anxieties can induce us towards actions that enable self preservation. Fear is not a unilateral from person to person, it differs. Our reactions to threats, perceived or …

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Just Chillin…With A Perfect Universe : Review

Perfect Universe is a diverse, physics based platformer. No one walks into a restaurant expecting to see “Tomato Soup” as the only item on the menu.  Perfect Universe’s hook is variety, offering a bundle of choices built around a core mechanic. With nine different game types in all, there’s enough diversity to appease a hungry gamer’s …

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Aw hell.. it’s the Helldivers : REVIEW

One of the best things about this job besides the whiskey, has to be the trips the little details that come up while doing game research. Did you know that power armor, bug hunts, and a critical view of the soldier-citizen  is all a part of Robert A. Heinlein’s novel Starship …

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Lumber Island: That Special Place In Your Heart… Attacks… REVIEW

I love a good scary movie or game, sometimes I’m actually craving the adrenaline rush. While I don’t scream and cower under my covers, I do relish something that can at least get my pulse going, and make me a little nervous. Issues arise when trying to satiate that desire and coming …

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