Tag: Survival

  • What We’re Playing This Week – Memorial Day Edition

    What We’re Playing This Week – Memorial Day Edition

    Terry Randolph – Persona 5 (Playstation 4), Prey (Xbox One), and Overwatch (Playstation 4) While I have been absolutely glued to Persona 5 (because it’s the kind of game that’s difficult to break away from once you start it up), my friend bought me a game they have raved about nonstop and sworn I’d absolutely…

    Terry Randolph – Persona 5 (Playstation 4), Prey (Xbox One), and Overwatch (Playstation 4) While I have been absolutely glued to Persona 5 (because it’s the kind of game that’s difficult to break away from once you start it up), my friend bought me a game they have raved about nonstop and sworn I’d absolutely…

  • No Man’s Sky – Impressions

    No Man’s Sky – Impressions

    *No Man’s Sky is a game that I don’t think can be genuinely reviewed, but discussed via as an impression. That’s because the game can be a completely different experience between players that giving a “concrete” viewpoint (i.e. review) won’t due the game justice. Hence this being an impressions piece, and not a review Release…

    *No Man’s Sky is a game that I don’t think can be genuinely reviewed, but discussed via as an impression. That’s because the game can be a completely different experience between players that giving a “concrete” viewpoint (i.e. review) won’t due the game justice. Hence this being an impressions piece, and not a review Release…

  • Backlog Review: Difficulty vs. Fear – Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 (FNAF 2)

    Backlog Review: Difficulty vs. Fear – Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 (FNAF 2)

    Release Date: November 10, 2014 Developer: Scott Cawthon Publisher: Scott Cawthon Genre: Horror, Survival System: Steam/PC (Reviewed), Mobile Playtime: 5 hours, 30 minutes (Nights 1-5) A year and a half ago, I wrote a review of Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF1 for short) to wish the game a happy birthday, and claimed it to be…

    Release Date: November 10, 2014 Developer: Scott Cawthon Publisher: Scott Cawthon Genre: Horror, Survival System: Steam/PC (Reviewed), Mobile Playtime: 5 hours, 30 minutes (Nights 1-5) A year and a half ago, I wrote a review of Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF1 for short) to wish the game a happy birthday, and claimed it to be…

  • What We’re Playing This Week – Post Apocalypse!

    What We’re Playing This Week – Post Apocalypse!

    Marshall: Oh boy, have I got a frustrating predicament with my latest fix…or should I say, would-be fix. Here’s what’s what: My great friend and LTG colleague Ben Fitzgerald was super kind to give me his Steam key for the 2013 survival horror hit Outlast, the timing of which was insanely perfect as I’ve been…

    Marshall: Oh boy, have I got a frustrating predicament with my latest fix…or should I say, would-be fix. Here’s what’s what: My great friend and LTG colleague Ben Fitzgerald was super kind to give me his Steam key for the 2013 survival horror hit Outlast, the timing of which was insanely perfect as I’ve been…

  • Backlog Review: The Walking Dead: Season 2 Review

    Backlog Review: The Walking Dead: Season 2 Review

    By Terry Randolph and Jake Rushing   TellTale has set the tone in interactive storytelling games; their games buckle players in tightly and promise to deliver a gripping, deep and personal story that not only serves as a game, but as an introspective reflection. Most of the choices made, without fail, often demand deeper thought…

    By Terry Randolph and Jake Rushing   TellTale has set the tone in interactive storytelling games; their games buckle players in tightly and promise to deliver a gripping, deep and personal story that not only serves as a game, but as an introspective reflection. Most of the choices made, without fail, often demand deeper thought…

  • Papers, Please Review

    Papers, Please Review

    By Isaac Smith Games that don’t cost 60 bucks are cool. I’m not knocking console games (okay, maybe I am a little bit), but the fact of the matter is this: if it’s an awesome game that’s going to occupy many hours of your free time, AND it’s a measly ten bucks, we’re on a…

    By Isaac Smith Games that don’t cost 60 bucks are cool. I’m not knocking console games (okay, maybe I am a little bit), but the fact of the matter is this: if it’s an awesome game that’s going to occupy many hours of your free time, AND it’s a measly ten bucks, we’re on a…