Every now and then, indie game makers bring something new to us gamers sick and tired of the commercial industry’s logic of safety. Everything seems to be become a first-person shooter – even classics like Syndicate, Fallout and Jagged Alliance have gone that way, despite their successes as isometric games. This time, stick [...]
NB: Tested on an ION2 netbook.
I’m not even joking, it is possible to play Skyrim on a netbook… if you really want to. Recently, my ASUS laptop died a terrible death when the hard drive suddenly started making clicking noises. In a sense, I used to play Skyrim on a real computer, until it [...]
The first time I played Sam and Max, I couldn’t describe why it was such a fun game although it went against every fibre of my impatience. The game was unique in a sense that although it was designed in the mid-2000′s, Sam and Max still retains much of what its original 2D predecessor was – a [...]
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