Rime was one of those games that I wasn't sure how I would receive. I've always had a hit or miss experience with puzzle genre games but Rime is ambitious in its delivery of both its narrative, and its presentation.
Beautiful, dark, moving and refreshing. Rime is an example of what games can deliver.
The art of insulting has always been around and as a result, it has evolved and changed. Last year it was turned into competitive indie game on Steam called “Oh… Sir! The insult simulator” a game that takes the classic tradition of insulting a complete stranger over the internet to a whole new level.
Made years ago for Xbox 360. Phantom Dust was one of those games that flew under the radar of most players. After the failure of launching a sequel of the same name, we have a relaunch of the title on Xbox One. Even better, it's completely free!
I'm still not sure what to make of Siegecraft Commander.
At a glance its a solid new strategy game by Blowfish games and its a little flavour of different. I've played the campaign on both sides, all 10 levels of the knight guys, and a few of the lizard men. After the single player there is the option of online, to which I tried a couple of matches.
Last June, Newly formed studio “Deep End Games” launched a Kickstarter for their rather unique horror game. Originally announced for PS4 and PC Perception will now be coming to Xbox One as well much to delight of many of those who like myself were intrigued by this somewhat original concept for a horror game. Perception which is advertised as being a narrative driven horror with a twist, the twist being that you are in fact playing as a blind woman.
With the announcement that Perception is coming to Xbox One, Deep End Games have released a new teaser trailer which you can check out below