30°
Submitted by admiralvic 595d ago | review

Ring Runner - Flight of the Sages Review | Hardcore Gamer

Hardcore Gamer: In the tradition of classic 90′s RPGs, Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages kicks off with an ugly, slightly bloody pre-rendered image and a bit of dialogue explaining that you have amnesia. In stark contrast to that tradition, this is not followed by a character creation screen or any sort of dialogue choices. Rather, the abandoned space-ship on which you’ve apparently undergone elective surgery begins to explode, and you and your newly-implanted AI guide need to grab the nearest space-ship and get the hell out of dodge. (PC, Ring Runner - Flight of the Sages) 4/5

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Until Dawn decisions will mould characters' personalities

8m ago - Supermassive Games has announced that teen-horror title Until Dawn will allow players to mould th... | PS4
30°

Beyond Eyes is out now on Xbox One

10m ago - Indie title Beyond Eyes has released today on Xbox One courtesy of publisher Team17. The game wil... | PC
Ad

Check What PS4 Games are Coming Out in August

Now - At Releases.com you can check release dates for all PS4 games. Visit now and start tracking the games you plan to buy. | Promoted post
40°

Sorcerer King Review – Stardock’s Turn Based Game Is Pricey But Worth Every Penny | COG

17m ago - COG writes: Stardock has an excellent track record when it comes to pumping out stellar turn base... | PC
40°

Arkane Studios on Dishonored 2's Emily: A finesse character, differs from Corvo

1h ago - Back in 2012, Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studios released a brand-new IP called Dishonored. Th... | PC
40°

J-STARS Victory VS+ "Sugar Rush" | Start Replay Review |

1h ago - Josh from Start Replay writes, "I’ve never been a fan of Japanese manga, but when I was tasked wi... | PS3