First-person exploration games
The Vanishing of Ethan Jones
May 2, 2018 - Search for your loved one and determine the fate of humanity in this first-person space adventure.
Read more: Elea: An Adventure for Explorers and Sci-fi Enthusiasts
Explore an alien planet
September 25, 2017 - First-person exploration games have to do a lot to break out of the typical boring walking sim formula. The Solus Project features a large and diverse planet for you to explore so check your oxygen levels and get ready to land.
Read more: The Solus Project Review
Staring into the abyss
August 20, 2017 - Observer has an original premise: a first-person cyberpunk detective experience with a side of psychological horror. It sounds like an intriguing combination but how well does it all come together? Let's take a look.
Read more: Observer Review
July 29, 2017 - Leaving Lyndow is a very short first-person adventure experience that serves as a prelude to its upcoming, larger companion piece called Eastshade. Does it give players enough of a taste to get them interested?
Read more: Leaving Lyndow Review
Knock-knock. Who's there?
June 19, 2017 - Survival horror games are ten a penny these days but Perception attempts to freshen things up with a novel premise and some unique gameplay mechanics. However, is that enough to help it stand out from the crowd?
Read more: Perception Review
A slow descent into madness
June 6, 2017 - The Town of Light has an intriguing premise that blends a real-life setting with a fictitious personal story. However, do the two combine to create a compelling gameplay experience?
Read more: The Town of Light Review
And you thought your family had problems...
April 28, 2017 - Giant Sparrow (developer of The Unfinished Swan) is back with another game that also has a bird in its title. However, will What Remains of Edith Finch be as much beloved as their debut offering?
Read more: What Remains of Edith Finch Review
So, how are the kids?
April 13, 2017 - First-person games where you walk around slowly and not do much else are a growing trend. In strolls Blackwood Crossing, an emotional tale involving siblings and their journey to find peace. However, is it a tale worth telling?
Read more: Blackwood Crossing Review
The original walking sim returns
September 20, 2016 - Originally released on PC in 2012, Dear Esther was the first game to earn the rather unflattering moniker of walking simulator. Love them or hate them, walking sims are now a burgeoning genre. But how does the original hold up today?
Read more: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Review
A semblance of a game
June 26, 2016 - Konami's PT popularized a new game genre; one filled with puzzles that gaming communities work together to collectively figure out. Asemblance is in the same vein, but does it manage to deliver a satisfying experience once all's said and done?
Read more: Asemblance Review
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