One of the most surprising comebacks that we’ve seen in recent years was when Leisure Suit Larry surfaced again in 2018. It introduced a leaner looking Larry trying to navigate the perils of online dating while coming to terms with how much the world has changed in his 30-year absence. The game wasn’t without flaws but showed that the developers, CrazyBunch, understood the character and had what it takes to create an entertaining adventure around his bumbling exploits. It also seems that we haven’t seen the last of Larry as the publisher of Wet Dreams Don’t Dry, Assemble Entertainment, has announced a sequel
Zen Studios has wasted no time working their magic on the Williams™ pinball tables since getting the license and there’s already a slew of great packs available. It’s always exciting to see what’s next and we are happy to announce that the tables for Williams™ Pinball: Volume 6 have been announced. As always, it will feature a 3-pack of tables in all their classic simulated glory as well as re-mastered modern-day digital pinball extravaganzas
Forgotten Trace: Thanatos in Nostalgia is a visual novel with an interesting premise, but some parts feel padded out unnecessarily. It is also the first part of what was supposed to be a three-part series, but there is no sign of the other two parts yet. This makes it hard to recommend the game as there is no guarantee the story will ever be completed. It’s a pity as Forgotten Trace does have some nice elements and the art style is good, despite the low resolution.
Gameplay: The story is interesting, but ends on a cliffhanger and can be a slog to read at times.
Graphics: The resolution is fixed at 1024×768, but the art style is decent.
Sound: Japanese voice acting and decent background music
Lust for Darkness attempts something a little different with the horror genre by combining it with erotic and occult themes. Unfortunately, it struggles with pacing and the overall experience is very short. There are still some good elements, such as the great environmental detail and design of the alien dimension you get to visit, but the gameplay is very shallow. Hopefully, all the issues will be addressed in a sequel as there is a lot of potential with the story and setting.
Gameplay: A walking simulator with some mild puzzles and a few enemies to evade.
Graphics: The environments are almost photo-realistic, but character models and animations are very rough around the edges.
Sound: The voice acting is not very good, but the soundtrack is decent
Now more than ever, the online slots games business is enjoying immense popularity. It seems that players everywhere just can’t get enough of the exciting features and amazing themes of today’s titles. Increasingly, we are hearing use of the word gamification around the online slots arena. This is basically the idea that slots are becoming more and more like video games you might find on an Xbox or Playstation than an online casino
It’s no secret that we love the Cat Quest series with both the original and its sequel receiving high scores on the site. However, players who have yet to discover the delights of this franchise now have more reason than ever to give it a try thanks to the Cat Quest Pawsome Pack. The bundle, which includes both Cat Quest and Cat Quest II, is out now worldwide for Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4. The collection even comes with a reversible cover for collectors
If you’re looking for tips and tricks when it comes to creating the perfect gaming pad then don’t worry, you have definitely come to the right place. Whether you’re just setting one up or you’re adding to the one you already have, having a place that you feel comfortable enough to play games in is important, especially if you’re going to be spending long hours in there. Luckily, there are lots of tips you can pick up to ensure you’re creating the best space for you. From thinking about the decor you want to investing in high-quality sound systems, the more you’re doing the better. With that in mind, here are 10 ways to create the ultimate gaming pad
It seems like the wait for Metamorphosis, the narrative adventure inspired by Kafka’s curious imagination, is almost over as the release date has been officially announced. The publisher, All in! Games, revealed that Metamorphosis is set to release this summer on August 12, 2020. Metamorphosis will be available on PC from both Steam and GOG, as well as PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One
Chuusotsu! 1st Graduation: Time After Time is a kinetic novel that features three girls who end up living under the same roof while trying to regain their place in society. It is set in a future where aptitude tests determine your career for life and those who fail end up as worthless outcasts called chuusotsu. The game features bright, colorful visuals but the story can veer into unexpectedly dark directions. It is certainly an intriguing tale and hopefully, future installments will reveal more of the world and characters introduced here.
Gameplay: This is a kinetic novel, so there is no interaction beyond reading the story.
Graphics: The backgrounds are detailed and the character sprites look very nice.
Sound: Both the voice acting and background music is decent
From the Monkey Island series to Day of the Tentacle, the Point & Click Adventure genre delivered plenty of classics during the height of its popularity. These days it has become a lot more niche, but some great remasters along with a handful of new releases has kept the genre alive. One of these new releases is the upcoming Willy Morgan and the Curse of Bone Town, developed by imaginarylab and published by VLG