Time Loop Video Game Gives You 12 Minutes To Not Die... Again And Again

The most interesting unreleased video game I’ve played this year is an adventure called Twelve Minutes. It involves living and dying in the course of 12 minutes, all of them spent in a three-room apartment. Then your character wakes up back in time with a memory of what happened and tries to survive those 12 minutes.
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Devil's Third Bears the Scars of a Troubled Development

As a critic, I endeavour to approach each game I play with an open mind. It’s almost impossible, however, not to have some preconceptions when a game arrives for review. Knowledge of the developer, familiarity with the circumstances of its development and experience within its chosen genre are just three of the… »7/27/15 11:00am7/27/15 11:00am

I Played 45 Minutes Of Destiny, And It Was Kind Of Boring

Earlier this month, I got a chance to fly up to Washington and try Bungie's upcoming sci-fi shooter, Destiny. Walking through the Bellevue office for the first time, I'm struck by all the accolades lining the walls near the reception area. Here, a giant, life-sized statue of Master Chief stands tall, casting a shadow. »4/28/14 1:00pm4/28/14 1:00pm

We Tried The Dark Souls 2 Beta. Brutal, But Fun.

I'm going to drop some big news here, are you ready? Dark Souls 2 is really difficult. There, I said it. Of course it's also fun, if you're into the particular brand of masochistic fun that From Software provides. I spent two hours playing the beta and trying to get a handle on the changes, so let's see what I learned. »10/14/13 3:15pm10/14/13 3:15pm