Kentucky Route Zero fought hard in a number of categories in our 2013 game of the year awards despite only the first two of five episodes having been released. It is very good. Even if Act IV isn't out yet. You can get the season pass (Acts I-III now, IV and V whenever they come out) on Steam for $12.50 at the moment, half of the usual $25 asking price. Well worth it.
[This review contains some minor spoilers from earlier episodes.] The first episode of Kentucky Route Zero absolutely blew me away. Beautiful art mixed with the "I'm not really sure what's happening" atmosphere made for an un...
Kero Blaster stands directly in the shadow of not one but two other games by creator Daisuke "Pixel" Amaya. First is Gero Blaster, the original build of Kero Blaster which was announced back in early 2013. Gero Blaster was ba...
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More than any other videogame series, Sierra’s classic King’s Quest may be the one I hold most near and dear to my heart. Released during the golden age of adventure games (1984-1994), the seven main entries in th...
Fatshark's action-RPG Krater showed promise, but ultimately got bogged down by a number of flaws. It might be worth another look later this month when a sizable update containing support for cooperative play becomes available...
It's going to be tough to talk about Krunch without also mentioning games like Super Meat Boy or VVVVVV, so I'll get it out of the way now: Krunch is similar to these titles in that you will die. A lot. You will also, however...