The refreshing originality and contrast of visuals versus plot make the Family Man beta a game to keep an eye on this year. It was available to some this weekend to experience the first 30 minutes of game-play, which was roughly three days in the game. It is a first-person
Crimson Keep is a rogue-like. That summarises most aspects of the game as it sticks to what you would expect from a rogue-like and does not veer too into originality. This is not a bad thing; in fact, I enjoy playing the game. It’s fun, frustrating and funny at times.
Yeli Orog is an atmospheric game unique for its use of FMV as a narrative technique. It is a mixture of still photos, some with moving aspects like a curtain blowing in the wind or the clouds moving which is a nice eerie touch, and then there is poorly animated...
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