Tag Archives: Science Fiction
Platforms: Playstation 4, Windows, and Xbox One (reviewed) Observer is a sci-fi horror game that takes inspiration from Bloober Team’s previous effort, Layers of Fear, and adds in the dirty, futuristic feel of Blade Runner. Its attempt to make a connection with the sci-fi classic becomes apparent as soon as you learn that the Rutger […]
Platforms: PC, Playstation 4 (reviewed), and Xbox One While there’s really no shortage of RPG’s being rolled out every year, a very specific type hasn’t really gotten much play in recent years. Games like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Jade Empire are so few and far between that I really can’t think […]
The second of four “Guides to the Galaxy” trailers for No Man’s Sky has dropped and this time around the focus is on the combat in the game. There will be both combat in space and on the surface of planets. Dig a little deeper into what to expect from the combat in the trailer […]
In the first of four new trailers set to debut over the next few weeks, No Man’s Sky shows off some of the aspects of exploration in the game. With more than 18 quintillion (!) planets, there appears that there will be no shortage of places to explore in the vast universe of No Man’s […]
Platforms: PC (reviewed) and Mac You awake from the middle of suspended animation only to realize that the shelter that’s protecting you from a planet that wants you dead is severely damaged. You’re too weak to go out on your own and you have only eight days to repair it before you die. Unable to […]
One week from release, Spiders and Focus Home Interactive have released one more trailer of The Technomancer. This time it’s featuring some gameplay from it and it’s got me even more anxious to get to it. Sleeper hit of the summer? I’m hoping so!
In a bit of unfortunate news, just a couple months after revealing the official release date of No Man’s Sky, Hello Games has announced the game has been been delayed. Originally scheduled to release for PS4 and PC in just a few weeks on June 21, No Man’s Sky‘s release has been pushed back to […]