Video games

REVIEW: Siege of Treboulain by Jed Hearne

Siege of Treboulain takes the best aspects of the old Choose- Your- Own -Adventure books and well-written fantasy novels and smashes them together into an incredibly entertaining game that rewrites itself based on the...

REVIEW: Detroit: Become Human by David Cage

Detroit: Become Human by David Cage was something that I bought a long time ago but never got around to playing because I’d heard so much bad about it. I also heard about David Cage’s...

Cyberpunk 2077: One Year Later

This article is being written on December 10th, 2021 and exactly one year after the release of Cyberpunk 2077. For those of you who read the original Grimdark Magazine review, you’ll know we viewed...

REVIEW: Parliament of Knives

Parliament of Knives is an interactive novel from Choice of Games and the third such choose-your-own adventure-esque game set in White Wolf’s World of Darkness. I enjoyed Night Road and Out for Blood but...

REVIEW: Far Cry 6

The Far Cry games are like the Assassins Creed or Call of Duty games in that they are pretty much an annual tradition now with more or less exactly what you had before. Well,...

REVIEW: Out for Blood

Out For Blood is the second Choice of Games text-based adventure for Vampire: The Masquerade. I really enjoyed Night Road and felt it was an exceptionally well-written game that managed to capture most things I...

REVIEW: Resident Evil VII

Resident Evil VII or Resident Evil: Village is a direct sequel to Resident Evil VII: Biohazard that managed to upend the formula of the franchise in a way similar to Resident Evil IV. It...

REVIEW: Observer: System Redux

Observer: System Redux is a cyberpunk horror game produced by Blooper Team and published by Aspyr. I was initially hesitant to play the game due to the fact it supposedly was a “walking simulator”...