This looks like a perfect bedtime game.
Hundreds of years after the collapse of civilization, you are the Professor, an archaeologist searching for the sunken city of Houston. Helping you are the Commander, an explorer from another colony, and ARORA, an artificial intelligence built to help the survivors of the Collapse.
August 22, 2019
announcement trailer, Galvanic Games, go to bed early, headphones, Houston, Mac, Nintendo Switch, PC, Some Distant Memory, story-heavy exploration, Texas, Way Down Deep
Wyatt is super excited about
June 10, 2019
couch co-op, Diablo, E3 2019, Microsoft, Minecraft, Minecraft Dungeons, Mojang, multiplayer, Nintendo Switch, PC, reveal trailer, Spring 2020, trailer, Xbox
Dog petting. Adventure. Jam sessions. Count me in.
May 22, 2019
action adventure, adventure, Baldo, cel-shaded, dog petting, jam sessions, Ni No Kuni, Oceanhorn, PC, PS4, puzzles, Switch, trailer, Video Games, Xbox One, Zelda
While I’m not playing video games as much these days, I’m sure a AAA Star Wars game from Respawn Entertainment (
Titanfall, Apex Legends) could put a controller back in my hands.
April 15, 2019
Apex Legends, Cal Kestis, EA, Electronic Arts, Jedi Order, Official Reveal Trailer, Order 66, PC, PlayStation 4, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Titanfall, Titanfall 2, Vince Zampella, Xbox One
This looks fantastic! I’m getting some
BioShock Infinite vibes with the companion character, Lissie. Cannot wait for to hit the PlayStation 4. Draugen
April 5, 2019
1920, BioShock Infinite, Draugen, Edward Harden, Fjord Noir, investigative adventure, Lissie, lovely landscapes, May 2019, missing sister, murder, mystery, nordic mysteries, Norway, Norwegian, PC, PlayStation 4, Ragnar Tornquist, Red Thread Games, single-player, suspense, The Longest Journey, The Secret World, Xbox One