As an educational tool about dinosaurs, this game is limited by its strategic shortcomings. As a strategy game, it’s held back by its adherence to science.
A bizarre story about a writing program that was reportedly sabotaged by a rogue programmer and the questions that raises about educational software.
From the highest vantage point to a small dungeon, Dominus finds a plethora of ways to wage war and then never gives you the time to try them.
The incomprehensible mythology of Drowned God celebrates the seductive power of conspiracy theory logic to tame the unexplainable.
A lengthy, interactive ad for batteries should at least be functional.
A close reading of the NetWork, a dystopian internet service provider in the RPG Perihelion: The Prophecy and what it says about how we pay for information.
Osamu Sato’s bizarre magnum opus is a metaphorical tale of rebirth and self-actualization.
This lovingly cluttered, colorful strategy game based on the classical elements needs more focus to deliver a endgame as compelling as it looks.
What could a rock climbing game look like? Extreme Rock Climbing has some clever ideas – and plenty of sponsorship from PowerBar®.
Inspired by CD-ROM adventure games, Dorling Kindersley’s virtual museum of earth science is like an encyclopedia blown up into a colossal educational destination.