Impressions: Knee Deep

While a little late to the party I recently got a chance to play Knee Deep. Knee Deep falls into that category of game I enjoy so much, a story driven narrative where your gameplay is based mostly on choices. To add something a bit unique to this game it’s set up as though it’s […]

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Impressions: The Bunker

The Bunker is an indie horror game from Splendy Games. It is FMV (full motion video) which is what first peaked my interest in the game. Coming from a mostly PC games background in my young years I played plenty of games that featured at the very least FMV for cut scenes. Of course, a […]

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Impressions: Dead by Daylight vs Friday the 13th

So prior to the launch of Friday the 13th there was a trend among gamers to compare it to Dead by Daylight. Could both survive in the same world? Would F13 kill DBD? Would DBD be too strong? Would the two end up being knock offs of each other with personal preference as the deciding […]

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Impressions: Jurassic Park the Game

So this is a bit of an odd impressions piece for me. The game is many years old, though not old enough to even be considered to be retro. I played it when it first released with very little knowledge of Telltale and their games. After a number of years, I went back to it […]

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Things I Would Like to See at E3

I know it’s a little early, but I can’t help but feel that pre-E3 pull. This is the first year in a rather long time that I won’t be writing about E3 for another website. Yet it’s still something I get some hype for and wanted to do at least a little blog coverage of […]

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Impressions: Little Nightmares

I know there are a million reviews and op-eds about this game, however, as I did recently play/stream it I wanted to throw in my two cents. For those not in the know, Little Nightmares is a horror indie game by the studio best known for Little Big Planet. You play a young child named […]

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Impressions: Thimbleweed Park

So it’s taken me a little longer to get around to this than I would have liked. I was rather excited for Thimbleweed Park. I find point and click adventures to be an underrated genre and prefer the more old school version more than what we have seen lately. I also find Ron Gilbert to […]

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Impressions: Firewatch

I had heard a number of great things about Firewatch and was told simply, that as an indie game fan I would likely enjoy it. It took some time but I was finally able to sit down and play. Firewatch opens simply with the story of a man meeting his future wife. Through a series […]

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Impressions: Killing Time at Lightspeed

Killing Time at Light Speed is a fairly unique text based game. You play Jay on a 29 year journey (at lightspeed) to a new planet. You are given the opportunity to check your social media page, but each time you refresh one year on Earth will have passed. This means that Jay is allowed […]

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