Day: September 18, 2019

Asylum Writes reviews

Sea of Solitude review and breakdown

This is one of the most fantastic little games that I have played in quite a while! Now with that being said you guys know I have to pick a few things apart about it as usual but this time its nothing crazy.  I’m going to hit this game on the story.  I feel like this is one of those things where sure the story does sort of tie-up together by the end, but perhaps they could have written the story to better help you understand things right in the beginning.  You start in a boat driving through some rough seas, you would later come to know that the dark place you start is actually in your head.  (OR at least that’s what I took from it) From there on you have this battle with the darkness and light, to get to the light, you need to overcome the darkness and sometimes that might mean letting go of something. read more

a super amazing game that touches on depressing and losing yourself.

This is really the game that I didn't know I needed to play. touching on topics such as depression and darkness it really manages to leave a positive message in your own mind.

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Collector Discovers Unreleased Xbox Game From Dev Unit

Collector Discovers Unreleased Xbox Game From Dev Unit

This discovery happened earlier this month but the news is still making its rounds online. It looks like a new unreleased video game has been discovered and while these projects are dug up from past development files and consoles, it’s still considered a very rare find. While some developers are open to discuss past projects that were simply pitches or canceled games altogether, we’re hoping the same happens with this game. Today, we’re finding out about Rebellious Bullet, an unreleased game that was discovered on an Xbox developer unit.  read more