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Ah, Tales from the Borderlands. When I first heard that Telltale Games would be doing a series set in the Borderlands universe, I was certainly intrigued. At first, I didn’t really “get” how the beloved studio was going to take the Borderlands universe and give it a point and click twist. But after hearing about it, I was willing to give them the benefit of the doubt. After playing the first episode – and the rest of the series – I had a big smile on my face. They nailed it, and they gave us one of the best adventure series of the last 10 years.
Gone Home: Console Edition is part of what we have now started to call the “walking simulator” genre – basically the full 3D evolution of a point-and-click game. You’re back home after being on vacation for a year, and as you get return you’re expecting to see your family… but the house is empty. Where could everyone be?
A mysterious boy has written to you, as he needs help – something has gone wrong with his family, and things are getting violent. Can you help find and save Ethan Carter or is it too late now? Read our The Vanishing of Ethan Carter review to find out!
Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) is a very important game on PlayStation 4. It is the first game developed in direct collaboration with the Iñupiat – an Alaska Native people. Their stories and tales were included in Never Alone, presented as the journey of a young Iñupiat girl and an arctic fox.
Come and explore the Badlands. Can you make it through the night as the world succumbs to the darkness? Check our BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition review!
With the recent release of Trails of Cold Steel II on PlayStation 3 and Vita, I thought it would be a great time to revisit the original Trails of Cold Steel, which I LOVED back when I got a chance to review it last year.