All posts by Jonathan Kaharl

Freelance games and anime writer, lover of indie games and old point and clicks. Bi, male, will go on forever about existentialism if given the chance.

Solitaire Conspiracy, The

Mike Bithell has been doing well for himself. He’s found a lot of success with Thomas was Alone and has

Mass Effect: Andromeda

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Mass Effect

Mass Effect: Andromeda once had the distinct honor of having the most disastrous big budget game launch ever, only for

Helltaker

So some Warhammer 40k loving Polish guy named Łukasz Piskorz made a game about a guy in a white suit

Shadowhand

As the indie game scene has grown, there’s been a growing diversity in niches being covered. With Microsoft removing Solitaire

Serious Sam 4

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Serious Sam

A lot has happened in a decade. Croteam had members leave and return, released a demo to show off some

Post Void

You are a being who was peacefully living in the void, taking in all that never ending nothingness, loving every

Control

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Alan Wake

If you’ve heard the name Remedy recently, it’s probably because of Control. Ever since the first Alan Wake, the studio

Whispers of a Machine

Whispers of a Machine is the second game from Clifftop Games, whom you may remember for Kathy Rain. As a

Cyber Crush 2069

So you’ve been meaning to try HuniePop or Cyberpunk 2077, but you don’t want to deal with 4chan lingo or

Darkside Detective, The

The Darkside Detective is probably one of the most middle of the road sort of adventure games you’ll ever play

Neofeud

You want some real cyberpunk? The big budget gaming world ain’t doing it for you and you already played all

Ninjatown

Remember Electronic Gaming Monthly? If Famitsu is THE gaming magazine of Japan, then EGM was its closest western equivalent. Their

Orcs & Elves

Hey! Did you know that in the FAR OFF YEAR 2000 John Carmack and his wife, Katherine Anna Kang, founded

Aces Wild: Manic Brawling Action!

Tyra Doak’s Aces Wild is an interesting beast. As more indie games have come out since the boom began, a

Back in 1995

Something that’s been a constant with the retro throwback fad is this sense of capturing the past but better. Push

Project Warlock

We are in a golden age of classic FPS send-ups, from the haunting DUSK to the revival of DOOM. Indie

Quake 4

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Quake

Quake 4 was the last game with a proper single player campaign in the franchise, and the game that perfectly

Riddled Corpses

Do you like anime? Do you like shooting zombies? Well then your pickings for video games have mainly been garbage

Quake III: Arena

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Quake

Releasing just a month after Epic beat them to the punch with Unreal Tournament, Quake III: Arena is the moment

Quake II

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Quake

Screenshots taken were made with the source part Yamagi Quake II. Shortly after Quake was done, Romero left id Software

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