RPCS3 running on older CPU and not quite as old GPU. Looks like the old girl can still have some fun. My trusty old, perpetually dying 2600k machine, with a recently borrowed 980ti replacing a dead 780ti, has had some emulation adventures lately with BOTW and now Resistance. All my
Resistance: Fall of Man is the first in the trilogy of sci-fi first-person shooters made for the Playstation 3 console by developer Insomniac Games. The game focuses on an alternate history 1950’s, following the story of US soldier Nathan Hale as he battles a monstrous enemy known as the Chimera
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine from Dim Bulb and Serenity Forge (published by Good Shepherd Entertainment) is an unconventional adventure game released in 2018. It’s focus is on interesting and exceptional storytelling with excellent voice acting and slots into a style that can easily be considered Americana/American Folk story.
Steam Info: “You only have 21 days until this living city dies. The clock is ticking. You can’t be everywhere at once. Decide what to explore, who to meet and see every decision shape the curious stories and terrible secrets of this branching narrative game.” Wiki Info: “A Place for
Graveyard Keeper is game in the management/sim genre and can probably most be compared to a recent game like Stardew Valley in it’s visual and gameplay styles. It’s a fantastically fun and interesting indie from a small Russian Studio and can be currently played on ALL of the major platforms.
Skyborn is and RPG from Dancing Dragon Games and Publisher Degica. It’s an RPG in the traditional 16-bit SNES era style built using the RPG Maker VX Engine. This is the intro section of the game captured in fullscreen 1920×1080 and the resized back to the correct aspect ratio. Additional
This was sourced from the Youtube upload of my previous version https://youtu.be/lpZ-BWwQwJI (Unfortunately I don’t have the original footage and my consoles/old games are in storage). This is a simple AI Upscale to 1080p. Results are mixed to my eye, but may be of interest for some people, so thought
Uncanny Valley is a 2015 pixel-styled adventure horror game centered on permanent choices and replayability. The game was developed and published by Cowardly Creations and firmly fits within the group of games like Lone Survivor and The Last Door. Our intro sets the tone for the events that will follow
Whispers of a Machine is an adventure game in the classic style but with a few new twists of interests. Vera, our main character, is an officer sent to investigate a murder. WoaM has some cool mechanics, including a bio sensor, strength enhancer, and scanning abilities that investigators, including Vera,
The Longest Road on Earth is a stylish black and white/monochromatic narrative-focused gaming experience from Developers Brainwash Gang and TLR Games, published by Raw Fury. Released in May 2021, the game features ever-present music and vocals from artist Beícoli. Best described as character-focused and firmly within the experimental art segment
A Plague Tale: Innoence is a unique story and graphics-heavy game from developer Asobo Studio and publisher Focus Home Interactive. The game is one of many making use of quixel megascans to create photorealistic landscape for use in projects. The intro sets up the tall for an incoming plague and
Unavowed comes to us from David Gilbert and publisher Wadjet Eye Games. Gilbert is perhaps best-known for his Blackwell series of games. Wadjet Eye, Gilbert’s company, is known for publishing adventure games in the classic pixel style but with some modern sensibilities. A little more via Wiki: Unavowed is an