Author: Brigham Pratt

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Reaching for Petals Review: Beautiful, But Nothing More

author image by Brigham Pratt | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 01 Jun 2018

Reaching for Petals is an atmospheric “walking simulator” game by Blue Entropy Studios. Released in September 2017, the game guides the character Kai through beautiful landscapes to the top of a mountain while recounting the story of him and his…

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Kingdoms and Castles Review: A Charming, Rainy Day Kind of Game

author image by Brigham Pratt | Reviews | 0 Comments | 02 Apr 2018

It’s rare to find a game that is as light-hearted, charming and freeing as Kingdoms and Castles. Originally a crowd-funded project on Fig that was funded 700% past it’s intended goal, Kingdoms and Castles is a Summer 2017 launch by…

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How “Papers, Please” Makes Tedious Work Enjoyable

author image by Brigham Pratt | Opinion | 0 Comments | 12 Mar 2018

Papers, Please is an interesting game. A 2013 release by indie developer Lucas Pope, Papers, Please, pushes the envelope of our idea of a game. The player takes on the role of an unnamed immigration officer tasked with allowing or…

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Radar Warfare Review: Radio Silence

author image by Brigham Pratt | Reviews | 0 Comments | 19 Feb 2018

As a seasoned veteran of the brutal bullet-hell genre and “twitchy” gameplay, Radar Warfare was a title that I had to get my hands on and try out. Games such as Super Hexagon and Sound Dodger provided me tens of…

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How the Best Game You’ve Never Heard of Cured My Arachnophobia

author image by Brigham Pratt | Opinion | 0 Comments | 09 Feb 2018

Well, sort of. I’m talking about Rain World. To address the title, I’m still not a fan of the eight-legged assassins, but after playing Rain World I certainly have a more sympathetic and understanding view of them. Hopefully, by the…

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