Cradle is a first-person adventure game from Flying Cafe for Semianimals. Yes, that is their name. In Cradle players awaken in a state of amnesia, in a yurt somewhere in Mongolia. It’s the near-future, I believe the game said it was nearing 2080, and your yurt is filled with antique equipment…and a cyborg lady. The… Continue reading
So, if you missed it, I really liked Uppercut Games’ adventure game, Submerged. It’s about a young girl taking care of her younger brother by traveling through a flooded city, looking for supplies. It’s a great little, action-free adventure game that can look particularly spectacular. Uppercut Games knew that players were going to love Submerged’s… Continue reading
Submerged from Uppercut Games caught me completely off guard. I don’t know what exactly I was expecting when I first loaded into the game, but I certainly wasn’t expecting to beat the game in one sitting. Running at just around 4 hours, I completed Submerged last night, in one shot. I can’t think of another… Continue reading
The big question that headline raises is: there were two other Ty the Tasmanian Tigers after the original? Debuting on the PlayStation 2 back in 2002, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger was around during my “Golden Age” of gaming. Back when I was old enough to appreciate games but still young enough to not have any… Continue reading
Homefront: The Revolution’s CGI trailer debuted at Gamescon today, accompanying Deep Silver’s announcement that the game is expected out in Spring 2015. The multiplayer Beta will supposedly launch later this year. Xbox One users will get the first shot at the Beta, before it opens up on other systems.
In 2014, Deep Silver purchased the Homefront franchise from Crytek UK, and took the developers who were working on Homefront: The Revolution and re-branded them as Dambuster Studios.
Homefront: The Revolution is a sequel to 2011’s Homefront.