Backlog Project: The Wolf Among Us

Backlog Project: The Wolf Among Us

The widely recognized storytelling adventures by TellTale Games are, for most, one of those things that you enjoy greatly once or twice, but due to how specialized they are as games and how similar they are to each other, you’ll almost certainly reach saturation point and drop out after that. I personally played the first and … Continue reading

Backlog Project: DmC – Devil May Cry

Backlog Project: DmC – Devil May Cry

The odd alternate timeline title in the Devil May Cry series is one of the most pure “backlog” titles for me so far: I got it for free on PlayStation Plus years ago, but being under the impression it was no god, I never touched it. Recently though, as I browsed through my download list for some backlog games … Continue reading

Backlog Project: The Elder Scrolls V – Skyrim

Backlog Project: The Elder Scrolls V – Skyrim

Some games in my backlog are ones that I have actually played quite a bit, but it wasn’t until later that I started to care about Trophies and felt like going back to some of them. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is not a new game to me, as I got it the day of release … Continue reading

Backlog Project: Velocity 2X

Backlog Project: Velocity 2X

Every now and then, it’s refreshing to put aside bigger, more complex games in favor of some simple arcade action. These games tend to be quite fast-paced and really quite merciless, which isn’t for everybody, but if you’re into that sort of thing, Velocity 2X is a game you shouldn’t overlook. After randomly choosing to buy … Continue reading

Backlog Project: Crysis

Backlog Project: Crysis

You know how sometimes you have a really positive opinion on something, and years later you go back to it and find yourself as disappointed as Hercules in that notorious outtake? That happened to me with Crysis. I played all three of them, and although I liked the sequels, I always thought they had lost some … Continue reading

Backlog Project: Gravity Rush

Backlog Project: Gravity Rush

I love the flexibility of playing games on the PlayStation Vita, which is why I often end up sampling a heap of random games on that handheld wonder. However, it also sometimes means some games that should be instant must-plays can fly under my radar, and it can take me a while to get around to … Continue reading