Edge of Nowhere Review

Antarctica, 1935 (I think). Lost expedition, hero in search of his fiancée, strange ruins and impossible creatures inhabiting them. Lovecraftian setting. All of this in VR. Also made by Insomniac Games – studio in charge of few very successful AAA projects. Is there anything more to wish? That were my thoughts, when…

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Soma Review

Disoriented, lost and hunted I made my way through the dark corridor of some facility straight of science fiction movie. The morning was usual. The same as many other mornings in Toronto, Canada, 2015. I woke up, exit my apartment and took a subway. Well, maybe my destination was a bit unusual - a makeshift lab in…

Silent Hill: Downpour Review

I love survival horror in general and Silent Hill series in particular. I finished the first game more times than any other game (except, maybe, Resident Evil 2). I was very active at Silent Hill forums, read plot analyses, collected soundtracks and counted days till the next game. But at some point, in my eyes Silent

Persona 4 Review

The most immersive game I ever played. Not a game that scares a player builds up tension or attains immersion with help of high end graphics. Not a VR experience that creates an illusion so real that player’s body get confused. Persona 4 works on deeper level. It creates routine. It simulates an everyday life. The…

The Order 1886 Review

The night was alive. Some characters were lurking in back alleys and my feline intuition implied that most of them were more than shady. All the sounds were drowned in the heavy, foul-smelling, greyish fog. Most of the gas lamps were broken, but those still lit were outlining darkness instead of banishing it. Only the…