Entries tagged with “science fiction”.


HardyDev’s first ever interviewee Adam Kuczek (that I talked to back in 2009) is sadly to busy working with the Wachowskis (on Cloud Atlas and Jupiter Ascending) to finish his own cyberpunk adventure game Butterfly. Nevertheless, he decided to create a gallery of artworks related to the world and story he envisioned. Have a look! (New images are regularly added)


With all the recently released indie sci-fi goodness such as Gemini Rue and Technocrat‘s (Technobabylon) works I feel it’d be a shame to overlook one other certain brilliant indie sci-fi adventure game. Well, “recently” by procrastinator’s standards anyway but you know. It’s never a bad time to learn of a good game.
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So, I have come to the end of my Back to the Future adventure at last. A little behind schedule but not outatime. I have been disappointed, and then drawn back in by Telltale’s latest periodic more times than I can count; but has the fifth instalment succeeded in ending my experience and leaving a smile on my face? Read on to find out.

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I was a little bit disappointed with episode 3 of Telltale’s ongoing Back to the Future story but their latest offering has managed to drag me back. This is why:

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Flicking through the episode descriptions on the launcher program, Citizen Brown was always the installment of Back to the Future: The Game that appealed to me the most. But did it live up to my expectations?

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So, the second installment of Back to the Future: The Game has arrived! I have to say, I was a little disappointed by the first episode; has Telltale delivered this time around?

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Once again, it’s time to look back on the games of yesteryear and give the best ones shiny digital trophies. The annual AGS Awards are coming up shortly and the nominees were recently announced, so let’s take a look at the contenders for Best Game Created With AGS in 2010. Hopefully, you’ll be more informed about the contenders.

Still, as LeVar Burton said, don’t take my word for it. I highly encourage you to play all the nominees for yourself, as they’re all excellent. This article promises to have 20% more spunk than last year’s.

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