It’s the return of the long absent “Five Minute to Kill” series. This time around, I take a look at the Steam version of the mobile title Dungeon Highway. The title is a freemium experience on mobile devices, but the PC version actually costs seven dollars (US). Is it worth it? Well, judge for yourself as I give this indie roguelike endless runner its five minutes.
On a recent visit to my itch.io account, I was greeted with a recomendation to try A Stranger Comes Calling from Oh, a Rock! Studios. The FMV point and click adventure game, which stands as the first entry into the Awkward Steve Legacy, was interesting enough in plot to grab my attention for a let’s play. Watch as I coach along Steve in his decision as to whether to go to the door and greet the person(s) he wasn’t expecting.
Available on a plethora of digital gaming marketplaces and indie sites, Clown House has now become a free download on the Steam marketplace. Of course, this is the first I’ve heard of this free to play (not freemium) title from Aslan Game Studio, creators of Be the Bell, Pawn of the Dead, and Learny Bird. But does this survival horror first person game clearly meant for the occulus rift stand as a scary experience involving three depressed, murderous clowns? I dare to find out…
It has become public knowledge at this point that Sony is interested in Century Media Records. I’m not entirely sure at this time if it has happened or not, as it is just a report that is circulating, but there’s enough worth discussing. Will it be a good thing? Will it be a bad thing? Everyone has their own opinion, so I felt I should throw mine into the mix. Check out what I think of this situation in this video.
Earlier yesterday, the new Display of Decay album Dust of Existence happened to appear in my inbox. Given I had a lot to do, I opted to throw it on my media player and give it a spin while on the road. After a few play throughs through of course of this incredibly irritating span of twenty-four hours, I figured I’d throw some of my random thoughts about it into the mix whilest I continue to dig myself out of the mess that slammed during my involuntary downtime…
Back in 2012, I was given the opportunity to check out the then latest full-length album from Ahab. The Giant was a fantastic release that lived up to the group’s self-proclaimed “nautik doom metal” style, and was one of the most engrossing releases I had come across all year. Well, it’s been a good three years since that effort, and their follow-up recording, The Boats of the Glen Carrig, had essentially slipped by my radars undetected. So, when it hit the inbox, I couldn’t help but grab it and slam it into the player. But, what I was met with filled me with a slew of mixed emotions.