The Fall may have been released a few weeks ago but it clearly deserved some coverage on Gamersyde. Taking its inspiration from the old sci-fi 2D games of yore (like Flashback and Another World/Out of this World), the first title of Canadian developer Over The Moon is a subtle mix of action, adventure and puzzles. What's most striking about The Fall is that it plays like a classic 2D game but it also feels a lot like a point and click. Great writing, well-crafted puzzles and excellent sound design are also part of the package deal, making Over The Moon's first project worth your time and money. A beautiful tribute to the games of the eighties and nineties that you shouldn't miss if you're a fan of the genre. Enjoy it now and look forward to their second game!
wasn't a lot of the Switch footage shown already, actually fake? Need to see it in action for sure. I have PAX tickets next spring, hope it's there (27 minutes ago)
great when the Switch has been revealed in January so we can get a stop to this nonsense. (29 minutes ago)
By the way, speaking of rumours. There were rumours from someone claiming to work at Foxconn and said two Switch models were planned. One ''weak'' one, the other on par with PS4/Pro. Yeah it'll be (30 minutes ago)
if that is Switch and not PC screenshots, that is something Wii U can't do. No way. We'll find out soon enough what it will do. (51 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: I see what you mean and as i said before i am not expecting the on par with PS4 rumor to be true. However, back to that Switch exclusive... (52 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: If you're not interested in the hardware, doesn't that mean you would prefer the upconming games on Wii U? (54 minutes ago)
Hasn't Reggie made it clear that he is not interested in that "Red Ocean" so to speak? Just expect fun games from Nintendo and you shouldn't be disappointed. (1 Hour ago)