Last year, I played and reviewed the debut game of Spanish developers Fictiorama Studio, Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today.
Since then, I’ve been hoping to hear more news about its sequel and I have to admit that I’ve been curious about the development of the main game, particularly what inspired the plot and gameplay elements. So unable to contain my curiousity, I decided to talk to Fictiorama and interview them.
Enjoy! Continue reading Interview: Fictiorama Studios – Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today
What if you took Robin Hood out of Sherwood and put him into a virtual reality stealth simulation? Too far-fetched? Well no one told Mike Bithell that, so the result is Volume!
Continue reading Review: Volume
“The years is 2048. Evolving technologies can no longer be regulated. Dangerous advancements forever alter the criminal landscape. Police are not prepared. Law enforcement combats this corruption with a new line of defence. But not all are created equal…Now all cops, human and man-made together, take on the battle to watch over us all…” Continue reading Almost Human – Series Review