Prototype 2 was released a while back for consoles, and a few months later it came out for PC as well. Over the holidays, I picked up the Steam version and it’s been taunting me from within my Steam library.
Physics puzzlers are all the rage these days. I suppose you can partially credit Portal with really bringing the physics puzzle genre to the forefront, but indie studios have been cranking out physics puzzle games by the truckload for years
Stacking is one of very few Tim Schafer games that I hadn’t played. I read reviews that it was short and not particularly awesome, so I’d more or less ignored it. The Steam Summer Sale discounted it for less than
All of Bethesda’s games have a similar problem – they’re really difficult to get started with because the choices are so vast, it can get overwhelming. Do I go here first, or there? Will I lock myself out of X
I’m late to the Skyrim party – people have been playing it since November, and that’s practically a lifetime in video game history. I had planned on sitting Skyrim out and waiting for a GOTY edition, but then someone randomly
Ugh, my wallet has a hangover. The Steam Holiday Sale did another number on it. As is my way, I dropped another $20-$30 on things that were cheap and interesting, so let’s take a couple of asprin and survey the
It’s the holiday season, which means practically every retailer’s going nuts with sales, and downloadable games are all the rage these days. Right now, Steam’s doing a “Holiday Wishlist Sale” wherein a new game goes on sale every day at
While perusing some holiday deals on PC downloads, I came across two titles that I positively loved that you can own for a combined total of $6. These are Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee and Oddworld: Abe’s Exodus. If you love a