I want to discuss Tacoma outside of the context of Gone Home as much as possible. In Tacoma, you play someone hired by the Venturus Corporation to retrieve an AI from aboard one their vessels, the Tacoma. As you enter the ship, you activate an AR overlay that allows you to see events that the ship has recorded, all represented by holograms of varying colors. Each of the six crew members are represented by a color, and the AI, ODIN, is represented by a floating pyramid adorned with an eye. It's a little unsettling, until you get to know them.
Ubisoft's For Honor has been available for free this weekend for Xbox Live Gold members as part of the Free Play Days program and so I finally caved and gave it a go. Let me preface by stating that this is NOT a review per-say. I feel it's unfair to review a game during a free trial period, even when the full game is available as the trial. Personal conviction. But I still want to share what I think of what I have been able to partake of. Let's dive right in.
A review for the Matrix simulator SUPERHOT VR. Get ready to hear the word SUPERHOT a lot. It's a running theme...SUPERHOT...I mean. (Includes Gameplay)
Didn't this game come out in 2010? Yes. Yes it did. But I just played it now, so you have to suffer too.
I spent 6 hours with Slime Rancher with every intention of spending much more. I received the game through Xbox's Games with Gold program for absolutely free. This is one of the first times that this program has made me feel like a thief.