IMPRESSIONS

  • Hands And Face On: Alien Isolation On Oculus Rift

    Published at Rock, Paper, Shotgun - 12 readers

    Imagine the Xenomorph from Alien is in the room with you right now. Where exactly? You don’t know. But you do know it’s in there. You lean a little forward, peeping over that stack of empty pizza boxes. Meat feast. You have been meaning to tidy those away. You peer into th...

  • Impressions: Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team

    Published at Rock, Paper, Shotgun - 9 readers

    I’ve spent a few hours with Kill Team, the in-theory co-op 40K arcade shooter released on 306 and PS3 in 2011, and which unexpectedly turned up on Steam last week. There’s no ‘I’ in team, and there’s no ‘online co-op mode’ in Kill Team. Which is pretty crazy, as this wa...

  • Impressions: FRACT OSC

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 6 readers - FRACT OSC is a semi-open world puzzle game themed around electronic music. It looks like Tron with more dodecahedrons and sounds like some impos...
  • Grim Dawn Steam Early Access Impressions

    VGBlogger.com - - 7 readers - Iron Lore Entertainment may be no more, but its spirit is being carried on vicariously by former members of the studio behind Titan Quest, including that game’s lead gameplay designer, who are back doing what they do best a...

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  • Keeping a Princess Alive is Harder Than it Looks

    … You know, I thought that getting a young princess through her final year before her coronation wouldn’t be too tough—even with all the court intrigue, invading armies, and economic issues. I was wrong. She died… a lot. Read more…

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  • Impressions: The Triumphs And Struggles Of Xenonauts

    … Xenonauts is a spiritual successor to UFO: Enemy Unknown, which means that it’s also a spiritual successor to many of the most tense and glorious hours of my teenage years. Following a successful Kickstarter and a period in Early Access, the game has been available for almost a month now. With its loyal approach to the original design…

    6 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - The Struggle -


  • Interview With Two Competitive Smash Bros Players About Smash Bros for Wii U

    …Below is a portion of a Nintendo Life interview with Armada and Mew2King.... NL: Have you noticed any technical changes from past Smash Bros. games that will make a difference in terms of competitive play? And as competitive players, is there anything you’d like to see done differently in the series? Armada: One thing I did notice when I…

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  • Impressions – Habitat: A Thousand Generations In Orbit

    … Habitat: A Thousand Generations in Orbit is a strategy/simulation/survival game about constructing an improbable spacecraft out of debris floating in a post-disaster Earth’s orbit. It’s out on Early Access now. The first time you move is incredible. You’ve slowly built this absurd, rickety contraption of rockets, buses, burger restaurants…

    4 readers - Alec Meer - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • Hands And Face On: Alien Isolation On Oculus Rift

    … Imagine the Xenomorph from Alien is in the room with you right now. Where exactly? You don’t know. But you do know it’s in there. You lean a little forward, peeping over that stack of empty pizza boxes. Meat feast. You have been meaning to tidy those away. You peer into the gloom. You hear something above you. Something scuttling. Something…

    12 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Alien: Isolation -
  • Hyrule Warriors - NintenDaan's impressions

    …Let me be frank: Hyrule Warriors is the real deal. As a fan of both franchises, I was not so sure about what to expect at first. The Dynasty Warriors games had crossovers before, but never with such a high profile as The Legend of Zelda. "Would they be able to do it justice?", I openly wondered. The thing is that I should not have worried as much…

    1 readers - GoNintendo - Hyrule Warriors -
  • Impressions: Space Run

    … Space! It isn’t just about commanding gleaming armadas and piloting sleek starships. No, sir. There’s plenty of time for all that, young cadet, but in a place so vast (space really is quite large) there’s a lot of demand for workers. Janitors and miners have been hot business for a while but it’s couriers we’re after now. Space Truckers, like…

    7 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Space Run -


  • Lyrical Ballast: Impressions Of A Sunless Sea

    … We’re deep down now, deep down where dreams and figments tumble and churn together like silt, deep down in sleep, where pain and sorrow fall drop by drop into the Sunless Sea, and wisdom comes in whispers of text and through the rubbery fronds of some ancient lifeform. Now in Early Access, Sunless Sea is the first ‘proper’ game from Failbetter…

    4 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Sunless Sea -
  • GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - NintenDaan checks out Mario Maker

    … Believe it or not, Daan still has impressions articles to share from E3! He's certainly a hard-working guys, so we're happy to keep publishing his thoughts! This time around he tell us about the time he spent with Mario Maker. You enjoy that as I catch some sleep. See you in a few, short hours! The following feature was written…

    GoNintendo - Mario Maker -

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