Posts Tagged ‘Sometimes You’

Review: The Mooseman

by Nazih Fareson July 20, 2018
Sometimes You is a publisher I’m quite fond of since I was introduced to it back in 2017, as their vision for what a game relies more on the experience than the gameplay per say. The Mooseman is their latest published game for consoles (after a previous indie release on mobile devices and PC), a […]

Review: Metropolis: Lux Obscura

by Nazih Fareson April 13, 2018
Every time I look at the independent gaming scene, the trend is to be heavily influenced by another game and create something different based on it. The results are that a big chunk of these productions plays the pixel-art card, chiptune music, or bank heavily on the mood of the game and its story instead of […]

Review: NORTH

by Nazih Fareson March 9, 2018
In the midst of big title releases, sometimes little tiny interactive experiments are a good way for me to change the routine. In this case, I’m talking about NORTH, an exploration game developed by German studio Outlands and published by Sometimes You. Definitely what is considered an experimental game, NORTH is a title with deep emotions […]