Game Warp Podcast: The Cave – Review

And we are finally back on track.

Well, everything is kind of relative, right? The little detour because of our mostly technical (but other issues did occur) situation finally seems to have been caught up. We’re only about a week later than usual for the featured reviews and that is pure awesomeness in my mind at least.

With that said, 2013’s puzzle platformer The Cave, developed by Double Fine Productions was our March featured game. Its one that I dabbled in years ago in the demo and kept waiting for a discount and always forgot or just missed it. Whichever it was, I finally got to check it out.

In this podcast, we review it and discuss what works and what doesn’t.

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Game Warp Podcast: Tales From the Borderlands – Game Review

Its time for the episode to wrap up 2017 for Game Warp Podcast!

Our December featured game is Tales from the Borderlands. We sit down in this podcast to review the game. We discuss some of the mechanics and how Telltale Games has changed from earlier games to the more recent ones. Tales from the Borderlands is a spinoff from the Borderlands game franchise. The story and characters are two important things that we take a look at as well.

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Game Warp Podcast Reviews What Remains of Edith Finch

November’s featured game over at Game Warp Podcast was this year’s narrative adventure by Giant Sparrow called What Remains of Edith Finch.

What Remains of Edith Finch is already grabbing some nominations in the upcoming Game Awards and it seemed fitting to take a look at it. Elwood and I review this game and the twist it takes on what we know nowadays as walking simulators.We take a look at the story, or should I says stories and the gameplay mechanics and whether we think its worth all the praise its been getting since its release earlier this year.

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Game Warp Podcast: Yomawari: Night Alone (2015) Game Review

Game Warp had a slight hiatus and ran a bit behind with me and Elwood taking a little vacation break almost back to back. However, here is our review of the Halloween featured game for October with Yomawari: Night Alone, a survival horror indie game developed by NIS America.

Horror games seem to love using vulnerable little girls in brutal situations and Yomawari: Night Alone is not any different. In this review, we discuss the gameplay mechanics and the characters and the story.

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Game Warp Podcast: Maize (2016) Game Review

I’m hitting a slight block with the horror review writing for today so I’m taking a little break to share the latest podcast review discussion over at Game Warp Podcast!

Elwood and I sat down to talk about Maize, a first person puzzle adventure game by Finish Line Games which was first released on PC last year and recently released on Playstation 4 and Xbox One, which is the versions we played. Maize is all about sentient corn and its has a unique sense of humor. As a lot of you know, I always say that comedy is one of those things that are hard to work for everybody so lets see how Maize plays.

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Podcast: Game Warp Reviews Firewatch (2016)

Game Warp’s August featured game was Campo Santo Game’s debut title, Firewatch.

Firewatch is a first person mystery adventure set in the forests of Wyoming. We play Henry, a man who has suffered emotionally due to personal issues and has taken up a job as a summer ranger to help look out and prevent fires while maintaining the safety in the forest to hopefully forget about his problems. However, things take a mysterious turn when  certain events start happening. With the help of fellow lookout companion, Delilah via their walkie-talkie, they get through the summer. Maps, hiking and a few story arc is what Firewatch is all about. Its been highly praised last year and has been nominated and received many awards.

Here’s our thoughts and whether it met our expectations!

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Game Warp Podcast: The Darkside Detective (2017) Review

Happy Thursday everyone!

I’ve been feeling a tad under the weather lately so decided the last minute to change my original plans and post something simple.
If you don’t follow us on Facebook or subscribed to our Youtube Channel, we actually do small reviews of newer games. Our latest was released today for this point and click paranormal detective game called The Darkside Detective.

This episode marks something very special for us and says quite a bit about this game. Hope you check it out and enjoy! 🙂

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