Norman’s Sky

War. War never changes. After shooting my way through a few hours of New World Interactive’s take on World War II, I am glad they didn’t change it. What started off as a total conversion mod on the popular modern-military shooter Insurgency, quickly grew into a standalone release on Steam. Priced at $19.99 USD, Day of Infamy sticks to its guns by providing a multiplayer experience that doesn’t stray away from the beaten path provided by classic FPS games such as Day of Defeat and Red Orchestra. As a result, the game feels polished and provides an enjoyable and tense multiplayer experience. Continue reading “Norman’s Sky”


Review: Random Access Murder

Ahh the ’80s, what a time to be alive! Mullets, tacky clothes, seizure-inducing neon colors, cheesy movies, synthpop, the golden age of gaming, AIDS and so much more. What a crazy time, the ’80s are truly the pinnacle of the 20th century. Everybody loves this decade because it was too damn fun. Alas, RAM is not. Continue reading “Review: Random Access Murder”

Review: Devil Daggers

There’s merit in simplicity, which is perhaps the easiest way to approach perfection. Reality can never fully take the shape of an Idea – a drawn circle is never actually a circle – but there’s less room for flaw in drawing a line than there is in drawing a dodecahedron. Devil Daggers is a simple game, with few flaws I can think of, but is it a good game? It didn’t take me long to find out. Continue reading “Review: Devil Daggers”