30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 23 – Hithhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Text Adventures. The very words bring back fond memories for those of us old enough to remember a time when games did not have any or had limited graphics and blank stares from those who are too young to have played them. Back in the early days of gaming, the only way to tell stories […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 22 – Rise of the Argonauts

Rise of the Argonauts was one of those games many people never played. An action RPG set in Greek Mythology, it received rather lukewarm reviews. leading many gamers to skip it entirely. I was intrigued by it, however, and I was still a member of Gamelfy at the time it came out, I decided to […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 21 – Runespell: Overture

  Last year, Runespell: Overture came out of nowhere to make my Top Ten Games of 2011. The game really surprised me, and I had to give it to the developer, Mystic Box, for managing to find a way to do something that really intrigues me: combine two disparate game types into one game. It’s […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 20 – Dear Esther

Okay, so this is going out late, but as I have not gone to bed yet (even though I probably should have), this is still day 20. That being said, my 20th review is on something that can only loosely be called a game. There was a fair amount of hype¬†surrounding¬†Dear Esther’s release. Many people […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 19 – Fallout

For many, Fallout 3 was their first introduction to the Fallout series of games. For those of us who had been gaming for a while, however, this was just the return of a series we were already familiar with. The post-nuclear RPG world was one we had already visited, and we were excited to see […]