Has Tim Cook's Apple proven it can create a new product in the wake of the late Steve Jobs? Robert tells us his thoughts on the Apple Watch one year after its launch and whether or not it was a success or failure.
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Marble Mountain, the new game from LightningRock Studios, is relaxing. With its bouncy synth soundtrack, bright color palette, and levels with just the right amount of challenge, it isn't the frustrating grind of most other arcade style games, but offers more challenge and depth than the average casual game. It's the perfect chillout game, the kind of thing you can do when you just need a break from everything. While not without its flaws, it's just a low-key, fun game, and that's really all it needs to be.
Fallout 4’s first piece of DLC has arrived. This should give gamers a reason to jump back into the game. There should be enough to keep gamers interested for a bit until Far Harbor is released in May.
Walking Dead: Michonne is another entry in Telltale’s award winning Walking Dead Series. This is a short 3 episode game it is an interesting look at Michonne's past, for fans of the series and for newcomers I recommend this game.
Ray Gigant is a new downloadable dungeon crawler/visual novel title for the PlayStation Vita. Within, a traditional anime story unfolds of world destruction, with the youth being the only ones who can save us from extinction. While rough in some spots, it still provides an entertaining experience by offering new takes on inventory management and resources.
The Witch and the Hundred Knight is about a witch and a knight, who is named Hundred Knight. Metallia, the witch, summons the Hundred Knight from a magical realm to act as her personal servant and henchman. With the Hundred Knight’s help, she hopes to spread the mud of her swamp to the four corners of the world so that she can be recognized as the greatest witch of all time.
So first, a disclaimer. Because of the episodic nature of the game, and because this is The Last Door: Season 2, I strongly suggest you go to either the website or Kongregate and play The Last Door: Season 1. It's not the most necessary thing in the world, but it'll fill in the blanks as to Devitt, the weird eye motif, the Four Witnesses, and the secret society known as The Playwright. While the prologue chapter can answer one or two of the questions, a lot of them will be answered by just playing season 1.
But with that out of the way, if you're looking for a surreal horror game with a ton of atmosphere and a lo-fi aesthetic that manages to play perfectly with the player's imagination and delivers old-school adventure without all the pointless death, you need look no further