New Release: The Last Federation

If you’re a fan of turn-based or grand strategy games then you’re in luck.  Arcen Games has just released their latest sci-fi strategy game titled The Last Federation.  Those of you familiar with Arcen Games know that you should expect … Continue reading

Spud’s Quest – Review

developed by Chris Davis I remember the days when games were less about distractions, smoke and mirrors, and slick next gen graphics, and were much more about engaging players through thoughtful gameplay and modest but charming low-res graphics… even if … Continue reading

Volgarr The Viking – Review

Volgarr The Viking developed by Crazy Viking Studios The year was 1987.  I was 11 years old and I remember walking into a local convenience store and seeing a brand new arcade cabinet baring the image of a Conan-like figure … Continue reading

Cognition adventure series finale coming Sept. 19 for PC / Mac (also coming to Steam and GOG)

Fans of the Cognition series, developed by Phoenix Online Studios, have been anxiously awaiting the fourth and final installment of the paranormal point-and-click thrillers.  Players will once again take control of FBI agent Erica Reed who, it  just so happens, … Continue reading

The Humble Weekly Sale: Arcen Games brings with it a plethora of gameplay!

What do you get when Arcen Games is the featured Humble Weekly Bundle?  You get 6 full games and a ton of DLC content for those games, that’s what!  Not the kind of indie game studio to be caught resting … Continue reading

Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs – Scare yourself s!&#less this September!

Dear Esther indie development studio, The Chinese Room, and Frictional Games, who are best known for Amnesia: The Dark Descent and the equally scary, but slightly lesser known, Penumbra series, have teamed up to bring you what could quite possibly … Continue reading