Imagine a third-person, action RPG without any of the hassle. The reality is SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption.
A dated gameplay experience leaves more of a fear of playing The Conjuring House than of the terrors within.
If a game is made available for play, it should be playable to some degree, and in my experience Fear The Wolves is simply not.
The Gardens Between is a unique puzzler that makes up for its slow pacing with a deeply nostalgic and emotional story.
The Inner Friend, despite having an interesting premise, some unique visuals, and a memorable atmosphere, is an exercise in the whole being less than the sum of the...
The Low Road was about a three hour-long playthrough where at times I chose to skip through meaningless dialogue and push straight on through with the narrative.