40°
Submitted by LewisDenby 1050d ago | preview

Rock Paper Shotgun hands-on: Richard & Alice

John Walker writes: "What’s been shown so far is certainly very good, and definitely one of very few games to have ever attempted to have a meaningful, realistic, and non-magical relationship between a parent and child. Which, to use the word correctly for once, makes it something particularly mature. I’m very excited to see more of this. (PC, Richard & Alice)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

Top 10 Mad Scientists in Video Games

7m ago - When you start experimenting with zombies, forgotten gods and killer robots, you've gotta be a l... | PS2
20°

What I want to see from Nintendo at E3 this year

9m ago - Simon Smith from Gameluster discusses what he wants to see from Nintendo at E3 this year. | Wii U
Ad

Visit CGMagazine: The Culture of Games

Now - CGM is for the mature audience of comics and games that wants more out of their media than just a review score. | Promoted post
10°

First Hour: Arcania: The Complete Tale (PS4)

9m ago - Old School RPG Fans Rejoice! Colin Checks Out the First Hour of Arcania: The Complete Tale on the... | PC
20°

FitFlap the Google Cast Compatible Android/iOS Game is Coming Later This Year.

9m ago - Independent game studio BreakFirst recently announced that its latest motion-controlled fitness t... | iPhone
40°

Here’s a List of Names for Hatred’s Main Character

11m ago - By now, you’ve probably heard of Creative Destructions‘ Hatred, hailed as a “genocide simulator,”... | PC