Tech Check: Albino Lullaby – Well Isn’t That Demented?
There’s no denying that Kickstarter has become the go-to for developers, both veterans and up-starts of the the industry, to try and get their projects up off the ground. The idea of crowd funding has quickly become a norm in the video game scene, and many a solid title has been realized because of it. […]
WCCFtech Game of the Month – Metro 2033: Redux
Who doesn't love a bit of post-apocalyptic struggle? We at WCCFtech sure do, so the idea of returning to the dead city of Moscow in 4A's fantastic Metro 2033, well, it's a welcome thought to say the least. An improved and extended version of 2010's cult classic, 4A put a lot of effort into this re-release, and it shows.
Mind: Path to Thalamus Review
While a great title to be sure, it by no means re-invents the puzzle genre, as was done with the aforementioned Antichamber. However, it does enough in way of tasking players with approaching puzzle solving in ways they aren't accustomed to and, in doing so, more than justifies its place on the shelf and offers something a bit different for players.
Infinity Runner Review: Much To Run, But Short On Fun
It's the epitome of junk food gaming but, unfortunately, it doesn't have that hook to make it something addictive enough to come back to time and again.
Always Sometimes Monsters – Choices, Choices
Always sometimes monsters is a peculiar title. It manages to tell an interesting story, which is lucky considering it is little more than an interactive novel.
Deus Ex: Universe Officially Trademarked
Fans of the series should rejoice in the fact that Deus Ex: Universe – a title that has been buzzed about around the inter-webs for a good while now – has finally been trademarked. It’s real and it’s exciting. Whether or not this is a fourth title to the series, an MMO, or even just a […]
A Story About My Uncle by Gone North Games Review
A Story About My Uncle Review – A Tale Not to be Missed Developer/Publisher: Gone North Games/Coffee Stain Studios Platform: PC Review code purchased by the reviewer. This year has been a great one for smaller studios with big ideas and even bigger talent. Sitting down, looking at my ever-growing Steam library, I am constantly reminded that, […]