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Fatal Frame Maiden of Black Water Review: A Slow, Underwhelming Burn

Fatal Frame Maiden of Black Water Review: A Slow, Underwhelming Burn

game review28 October 2021

Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water (or Fatal Frame) brings a supernatural story to all platforms this Halloween, but a multitude of factors keep the game from reaching its full potential.

Fatal Frame Maiden of Black Water Review: A Slow, Underwhelming Burn
Life is Strange True Colors Review: A Rainbow of Emotions

Life is Strange True Colors Review: A Rainbow of Emotions

game review10 September 2021

If you had the power to find out how someone was feeling, would you try to help them or worry about your own problems instead? This question is one of many Alex Chen faces in another great entry in the Life is Strange series.

Life is Strange True Colors Review: A Rainbow of Emotions
Lake Review: Stillness in the Ordinary

Lake Review: Stillness in the Ordinary

game review06 September 2021

Sometimes a break from your current reality is what you need to clear your mind and realize what’s important in life. Are you drawn to money, career, or are your friends and connecting with special people what you really yearn for?

Lake Review: Stillness in the Ordinary
Twelve Minutes Review: Time Well Spent

Twelve Minutes Review: Time Well Spent

game review24 August 2021

Time loops make for some interesting plots, but how a film or game uses it to move the action along determines how effective it is in the end. But just remember – the clock is ticking.

Twelve Minutes Review: Time Well Spent
The Medium Review - More Medium Than Well-Done

The Medium Review - More Medium Than Well-Done

game review27 January 2021

The Medium is an artistic and conceptual feat, but not much more. While it provides an exciting, often eerie setting, it fails at becoming truly compelling because of it's linearity, simplicity, and generally untapped potential.

The Medium Review - More Medium Than Well-Done