Set in the decade of excess, Epiphany Games’ Majestic Nights puts gamers in the shoes of a real live conspirator who’s taken part in every major dark and underhanded happening of the day. And then some.
Once upon a time, there was a game critic who was told to review a game about one of his favorite book series, based upon classical fairy tales. He played it, made (most of) the right decisions, and lived happily ever after.
After trying and falling short of their initial $900k goal on the crowd-fiunding site, Richard Nixon (no, really that’s his name) and Black Cloud Studios have changed things up a little for their post-apocalyptic RPG.
It might be a dead season for game releases (hi Summer!), but there was still plenty to talk about this past week including plenty of SDCC chatter, our preview of Dragon Age: Inquisition, and a special feature where our own Troy took a look at EA and the mobile gaming…
The Summer doldrums have rolled in hard, but we still had plenty to talk about this past week including tons of X-Men news and opinion, rumors of CryTek’s impending bankruptcy, some release dates (of both he factual and rumored varieties), and more.