Thomas Was Alone is a simple platformer with a lot of charm. Watch the review for an idea of what this game is about.
Released July 2012, Dyad was designed to deliver a “mind-bending, psychedelic sensory overload experience” wrapped around a classic arcade game formula. Continue on for our video review and closing thoughts on this game.
As we work our way through our review backlog, we figured this would be a good time to review Grand Theft Auto V. Many high profile publications regarded this as a perfect game, find out what we thought in our separated single-player and multiplayer video reviews below.
After many hours and weeks on Battlefield 4, I finally took the time to put a short(ish) review together. While I could spend a good hour or two discussing the Battlefield franchise and pulling many comparisons, I mostly stuck to the essentials of what makes and breaks Battlefield 4.
We take a look back at Warhammer 40k: Space Marine as our first review on the new scoring system. Continue on to our video review posted below.
Quantum Conundrum is a neat puzzle game that puts you in control of four physics altering dimensions. At first glance you may assume this game is heavily influenced by Valve’s Portal franchise, however this does make sense when you consider both titles share the same lead designer. While both games have their similarities, there are many more more differences which make Quantum Conundrum a unique experience.
If you are a regular viewer of the Fraxial Show you should know by now that I have really been enjoying XCOM: Enemy Unknown. The core mechanics in this tactical turn-based strategy game are executed so well that my entire focus was locked in for the past few weeks. Having finally completed this fantastic game, I share with you what makes XCOM one of the best games of 2012.
Machinarium is a game that flawlessly combines its point-and-click adventure gameplay with some cleaver puzzles found on every screen of the game. Despite being a bit short and a few years old, I still thoroughly enjoyed every hour of the game and highly recommend it to everyone else.
If you wish to give the game a try, there is a live flash demo available on their website here : http://machinarium.net/demo/
It has been several weeks since our last video and website update, but fear not we have remained active the whole time. To start off our return to more posts, I present you my latest review of Mass Effect 3. Actually it’s not so much of a review as it is my thoughts on the overall game along with that controversial ending.
It is worth mentioning that there are spoilers in this video around the 12:50 mark and this will ruin the ending of the game if you do care about it. You may also notice a distinct lack of gameplay footage in this video. Despite requesting permission from EA a few times, they have constantly denied our request and refuse to provide a reasoning behind it. As that is somewhat of an issue when it comes to a video review, I decided to pull out my Wacom tablet so I could draw around that issue.