“Ori and the Blind Forest” Review

‘Ori and the Blind Forest’ is a single-player platform fantasy adventure video game, that tells the tale of Ori, a forest guardian, and its partner Sein, a forest spirit. Simply put, their job is to traverse through different areas of the forest and restore the elements of Water, Wind, and Warmth in order to bring…

“Depression Quest” Review

‘Depression Quest’ is an interactive game developed by Zoë Quinn and written by Patrick Lindsey. It deals with the subject of depression—hence the title of this game—and revolves around a simple, text-based choice gameplay. Much like a multiple choice quiz, but with no right or wrong answers. You control an unnamed character and are given…

“Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons” Review

‘Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons’ is a puzzle-adventure video game that tells the story of two brothers on a quest to save their dying father. This game is rather reminiscent of classic fairy tales, in my opinion, with various lore and legends spread throughout and mythical creatures lurking in their paths, and also revolves…

“Finding Paradise” Review

(This review contains minor spoilers. Read at your own discretion.) ‘Finding Paradise’ is a sequel to ‘To the Moon’ and ‘A Bird’s Story’. It features our beloved Sigmund Corp. doctors, Eva Rosalene and Neil Watts, as they help fellow patient, Colin Reeds, fulfil his dream of a perfect life by righting his wrongs and erasing…

“A Bird Story” Review

‘A Bird Story’ is a video game short made by Kan R. Gao, creator of the highly-acclaimed indie game ‘To the Moon’. It tells the story of an unnamed boy with an overactive imagination caring for a wounded bird and flying the world in search for its home. I was rather skeptical of this game…

“Night in the Woods” Review

Taken from the official website, Night in the Woods tells the tale of college dropout Mae Borowski, who returns home to the crumbling former mining town of Possum Springs seeking to resume her aimless former life and reconnect with the friends she left behind. But things aren’t the same. Home seems different now and her friends…

“Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey” Review

I just want to say before I start that I am currently having one of the biggest fangirl moments on my life. Basically, a few days ago I tweeted a post singing praises about one of the main characters, Saga. And while I was in the process of polishing up this review, actual Ragnar Tørnquist (aka founder of Red…