Oxenfree feels very nostalgic, like jumping into an old school supernatural thriller movie, the ones with a bunch of teenagers. The protagonist is going on an island trip with some friends and her new stepbrother. Everyone has their own issues, which start to culminate as the island begins revealing its eerie mystery.
The Confines of the Crown was mostly a joyride of funny characters and plot twists, but there were still many things that bugged me – things I would have done differently myself. I’ll go through the different main routes in the order I played them myself, commenting on the good and the bad. Continue reading
A grand ball.
A young and resourceful servant of a prince gets tangled in kidnapping, conspiracy, family secrets and romance in this otome visual novel. The story includes interesting themes of gender and human impairments while providing several romantic interests and intriguing enough mystery for the player to solve. Continue reading
Shardlight might not be Wadjet Eye’s brightest star but it is another solid point & click adventure. The game is set on a post-apocalyptic world so it’s rather bleak and violent, and filled with dark humour. Continue reading
The romantic interests to choose from.
Going through my impressions of the three routes, depicting some of the events without going into all the details. Continue reading
This quite recent boys love visual novel is somewhat rough around the edges, but should still provide plenty of entertainment to the fans of the genre. Continue reading
The neighbourhood is very cyberpunk.
Shadowrun was one of the gaps in my gaming knowledge. The return created a lot of buzz and surely I was interested in checking out this cyberpunk/fantasy game, especially since it’s a turn based RPG. Continue reading