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… Continue reading
At this point, there should be no doubt in anyone’s mind that, here at Indie Ranger, we love video games. However, there comes a time in every gamer’s… Continue reading
I guess you could say that I have somewhat of an obsession with video games. I’ve had prior gaming experience with the legendary combination of my Gameboy Color… Continue reading
Rain hammered on our heads at Camp Crystal Lake. Taking the lead as Tommy Jarvis, I and four other players made the daring decision to find Jason’s shack… Continue reading
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… Continue reading
In contrast to its predecessors, Far Cry 5 has a lot of ambiguity surrounding this scenario.
Here is one minor lesson and one big lesson that Insomniac Games could learn from a couple of the past installments.
Sometimes you just can’t help but feel bad for these guys, even thought they’re the villains.