Who says that online games are solely pointless bouts of wanton pleasure? On the contrary, closer scrutiny will reveal games that test, nourish, and strengthen users’ minds as well – and “Brain Age: Concentration Training” is one of the most preeminent among them. This conundrum-centered video game, developed by gaming experts Nintendo, has . . . → Read More: Brain Age: Concentration Training
Nowadays, the use of internet is just not limited to communication and information search but it has become a hub for gamers. Thousands of individuals all round the world play their favorite games online which bring in complete entertainment to them. No matter you are a male or a female, you can find games of . . . → Read More: Types Of Virtual Girl Games To Keep You Spirited
I've probably mentioned before how many of my earliest-and some of my fondest- gaming memories came from playing point and click adventure games, particularly those produced by LucasArts. For a type of game that employed such a simple control scheme they offered a surprising amount of depth and complexity to the player in terms of . . . → Read More: You Can’t Keep a Good Genre Down
Review of Catherine, an Anime style game that follows protagonist Vincent Brooks as he tries to resolve his involvement in a love triangle. His dream state offers complex puzzle action, while the waking state is spent looking for clues. . . . → Read More: Catherine – Not For The Faint Of Heart!
In 1929 Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali collaborated on a short film called Un Chien Andalou. It had no story, but was rather a collection of surreal images with only the slightest trace of narrative thread (it also started out with a man slicing open a woman’s eyeball with a razor). Limbo, the first game . . . → Read More: Limbo Review