Invisible, Inc – Games of 2015

So what else is left for Klei Entertainment to master? Invisible, Inc. does for turn-based strategy games exactly what Mark of the Ninja did for me with stealth games. Seriously, you put these two games next to each other and its easy to tell that they came from the same developer, and I’m not talking… Continue reading

Game Curious Invisible, Inc – Not Impossible

Someone needs to spy on Klei Entertainment because I think they may have conquered another genre. Invisible, Inc. is intuitive, sneaky, and stylish. I got so caught up in the missions unfolding before me that I forgot I had time to think through my moves. The last thing I expect from a strategy title is for… Continue reading

Don’t Starve Lowers the Incentive for Real Life Chores

I’ve worked from home for the last 8 months and have been playing Don’t Starve off and on for the last 6. Despite spending less time with the latter, I’ve come to find out that I’m way better at completing the tasks set before me in the charming survival simulator than I am with completing… Continue reading

Mark of the Ninja Review: Silent But Awesome

There’s a number of gameplay mechanics that I don’t typically get excited about, such as escort missions and underwater segments. The one that’s always straddled the line of my disdain is the use of stealth. When my sneaking plan accidentally goes to hell and the enemy has me surrounded, my frustration reaches new heights. However, there’s nothing… Continue reading

Mark of the Ninja Video Reflex Review: Stealth is Cool Again

The duders at Klei Entertainment are trying their hands at the 2D stealth platforming genre (what?!) with Mark of the Ninja for XBLA. Mark of the Ninja is to Shank as Pizza Rolls are to Pizza. It’s got all the flavor of the original recipe, but product as a whole is superior in every way…. Continue reading