IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Ferry "Sadhonker" Adams and myself are big fan of the games, created by developer Rusty Lake. During last year's Indigo Event I was over the moon when I discovered the Rusty Lake booth present and accounted for. Robin Ras (co-founder of Rusty Lake) took the time to show me their upcoming games. One of the titles was The White Door and the good news is that it finally released last week!

The fact that I had to wait all this time for this game to finally be released is all the more reason to, without delay, delve into this slightly weird world of mental illness, puzzles and... well... a white door!

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WEEKLY TOP 3 RELEASES

  • Warcraft III Reforged

    Warcraft III: Reforged is a stunning reimagining of the revolutionary real-time strategy game that laid the foundation for Azeroth's most epic stories. It is a remake in the truest sense, featuring a thorough visual overhaul, a suite of contemporary social and matchmaking features, and more. Command the Night Elves, Undead, Orcs, and Humans as alliances shift and armies clash in this timeless real-time strategy game.

    RTS
    Blizzard Entertainment
    PC / OS X
    January 28, 2020

  • Bookbound Brigade

    Bookbound Brigade is about beating the hell out of historical and literary characters you studied in school by leading a dream team of real and fictional heroes through a 2D side-scrolling platform-adventure. It will take the likes of Dracula, King Arthur, Queen Victoria, Nikola Tesla, Cassandra, Dorothy Gale, Sun Wukong the Monkey King, and Robin Hood to assemble and avenge a world plunged into chaos...

    Action / Platform
    Intragames & Digital Tales
    PC / PS4 / Switch
    January 30, 2020

  • The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing III

    In Van Helsing III, the civil war is over in Borgovia, but the future looks grim. The city of weird science is in ruins, squabbling factions and criminals fight for power and a strange cult prophesizes the coming of "The end of times." And they might be just right: A wave of uncanny events shakes the land, and it's all connected to a mysterious creature, a former ally turned into a fearful arch-villain!


    Action / Adventure
    NeocoreGames
    PS4
    January 30, 2020






EVEN MORE EPIC STUFF

  • Kung Fur Fight The moment is here and now! Finally, the everlasting battle between Cats and Dogs is being decided. Team Cats and Team Dogs are gathering good souls and reliable allies to settle this everlasting conflict in the arena, once and for all. As a dog lover, born in the year of the Dog, you bet I will battle on the side of the loyal Monk Dogs.

  • Kirby's Adventure Well, here we are, ladies and gentlemen; safely back at our Big Red HQ at the start of a brand new year of time travelling adventures! I almost wouldn't be here at all, seeing as how Dennis, in an attempt to save me from what can only be described as being the result of my own folly, got a bit carried away...

  • Potata: Fairy Flower Every now and again, a game is released that just looks too cute to pass up the opportunity to play it. So when I received a mail about the platform game Potata: Fairy Flower, I didn't even need to think twice. I'm sorry for the rest of my crew, but the opportunity to play and review Potata is mine!

  • Terramara In the early ages of civilization, during the Bronze Age, around 1500 before Christ, there were people living off the land, hunting and farming in what is now known as Northern Italy. They were also known as good traders and therefore often travelled between the Alp mountains and the river Po. The houses in the villages they lived in, were built on stilts. These typical villages were named: Terramara.

  • Big Red Holiday Greetings That time of year has come once again; the time during which our families expect us to actually spend time with them instead of messing about with space/time and all that jazz we usually do on a daily basis. Now, lovely as it may be to spend some time with the girls at home, it does mean the shutters on our HQ will go down for the next couple of weeks.

  • Electropolis In a city where electricity is in extremely, it is up to us mayors to manage our electricity networks and choose which directions we are going. Are we going green or are we going to stay the course and keep polluting. To pollute or not to pollute, that is the question! But just say we choose to go green, can we then still supply for enough energy to meet demands? And what does the public opinion say? I say: "Just NUKE the hell out of it!". With some fine nuclear power plants and proper nuclear waste facilities, of course. What else were you thinking I meant by "nuke it"?

  • Space Pioneer The Nintendo Switch is always a unique system when it comes to handheld games. The majority of games on this platform are designed to easily be playable on the train, plane and even when lying in bed. In short, if handheld gaming is your cup of tea, it`s the perfect system. I got the opportunity to try out a new twin-stick shooter with RPG elements on the Nintendo Switch called Space pioneer.

  • Profane Some gamers are part of the pro elite and master every game there is to play in the known universe. Some just can't complete even a simple level of Tetris. When playing Profane, I found out, I'm somewhere in between. I haven't played a game that was so much fun to master. Even getting past the intro boss itself was an epic challenge. And that was just the beginning of the game!

  • Hitman: Codename 47 Yes, dear readers, it is that time again! Time for me, your friendly neighborhood Sadhonker, to take you on another trip through time in search of classic games that rocked the globe! Now, you may wonder why I'm so happy, seeing as how two weeks ago, I stumbled across Dennis and my brand new wife, Gretchen the Shepherdess, engaging in what is also referred to as "the horizontal tango". Now, as you can probably imagine, this shocked me to my very core and I kind of blew a fuse...