Top 5 Telltale Games

At one time, point and click adventure games were all the crazy. However, somewhere along the way they just seemed to take a backseat to more action heavy titles before fading out of the limelight all together. That is until a resurgence, frontlined by Telltales catalogue of almost 30 titles, came rushing back to claim…

Life Goes On

One of my favourite types of games to play is a puzzle platformer. It’s awesome to be able to play a game at your own pace and challenge your brain a bit with some problem solving every once in a while. Lately I have found a lot of these games are just ripping off Limbo’s…

Skulls of the Shogun

Throughout the second half of my life I have gravitated heavily towards strategy and tactics games, turn based in particular. I enjoy the math involved and appreciate that I have more than a split second to make good decisions on how to proceed. That’s in contrast to first person shooters for example. A lot of…

Grow Home

In a first for Sony, PS+ users were able to vote for the game they wanted to see released for free on the PSN for September 2015. With three options available, Grow Home was the clear cut winner. To my chagrin I decided to boot it up because curiosity got the better of me. I…

Rocket League

I am more than happy to be a PS+ subscriber these days. Despite Sony only having released one AAA title for the PS4 since its arrival into our living rooms, we have been given some quality games throughout its short life. After favourites like Rogue Legacy, Guacamelee, and Valiant Hearts it seems difficult to top…

The Wolf Among Us

Telltale Games have been the frontrunner for interactive storytelling over the last couple of years. Past titles like Sam and Max Save the World and Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People helped to shape their vision and execution for the games that followed. As a result we have seen a vast increase in the quality of…