I'll suffer through many things if the promise of a post-apocalyptic horror is on the cards. To that end, I've lived through such atrocities as I Am Omega, and once really tried to like Hardware. A game like Afterfall: InSanity seems right up my alley. The promise of treasure hidden under the dirt is hard to resist.
Having played the Extended Edition thanks to Steam Greenlight, I can report it was not the buried treasure I'd hoped for, though it had every opportunity to escape its restrictions and be something uniquely enjoyable. It's certainly unique, and even does manage to be enjoyable for a considerable portion of the adventure.
Then it all goes wrong, and never gets better. It is, indeed, the Hardware of videogames.... read more