Awesome Unknown: Oxenfree

Oxenfree is a 2.5D mystery horror graphic adventure game that leaves me wanting more each time I finish it. If you’re like me and love a good graphic adventure like Inside and Firewatch, Oxenfree is the game for you. Oxenfree is the debut game for developer and publisher, Night School Studio, and follows Alex, a…

Awesome Unknown – Spec Ops: The Line

Welcome to Dubai, the real star of the show with Spec Ops: The Line. An unusual setting for a military 3rd person shooter, Dubai offers a sense of personality not always present in the genre, and is the biggest reason why this game is worth a shot, even five years after launch. Spec Ops: The…

Awesome Unknown: Megatron Rainfall

The genre of superheroes has always felt like a missed opportunity in the gaming world. Until now. Introducing Megaton Rainfall, a first-person superhero simulator that puts players in control of a cosmic powered superhero responsible for stopping an alien invasion of earth. Completely invulnerable, this hero doesn’t have a health bar but if too many lives are lost in the invasion then it’s game…

Awesome Unknown: Monopoly Plus

It may be weird to choose a digital version of a 100-year-old game but I can’t recall a recent time where I had anywhere near as much fun. Monopoly Plus doesn’t add anything new except for a 3-D board. It is still the century-lasting, hair-tearingly frustrating game but it was the social aspect which made…

Awesome Unknown: Skullgirls

Fighting games have been a cornerstone of video games since the age of arcades, with legendary titles such as Street Fighter 2(1991) and Mortal Kombat (1992) dominating arcades globally. In the 90s, fighting games were all the rage. Legions of developers rose to the occasion by creating dozens of new games such as Weapon Lord…

Awesome Unknown: The Cave

The last thing I expected to happen when buying this game was to be taught morals by an omnipotent crevice. The Cave allows you to spelunk as three of seven characters and traverse sections that are unique to each character, supposedly teaching each one a lesson on why killing people to get what you want…