Andrew Logue | Invision Game Community
Andrew Logue
10 Articles0 Comments

Enjoys games with awesome stories and characters, along with new and interesting hardware. Dislikes day-one patches and driver updates.

Amnesia: Rebirth Review

Amnesia: The Dark Descent was a great example of an engaging horror game that left the player completely powerless against the creatures that roamed the dark halls, choosing instead to focus on stealth, item management, and puzzles The Chinese Room…

Aquanox Deep Descent Review

Aquanox Deep Descent, developed by Digital Arrow and published by THQ Nordic, blends the arcade-style submarine-to-submarine combat of Aquanox (and its sequel, AquaNox 2: Revelation) with a linear, narrative-driven progression. It’s a combination that can be fun in short bursts…

Re:Turn – One Way Trip Review

Re:Turn – One Way Trip from Red Ego Games, a small but diverse indie team, is a side-scrolling puzzle-adventure game with strong horror vibes. The best way to describe it would be a point-and-click adventure paired with more active 2D…

art of rally Review

Rally remains the only form of racing I’ve ever taken a serious interest in. While I appreciate the need for driver consistency, sudden adaptability, and team-planning in lengthy, multi-lap disciplines, there’s something immediately thrilling about short sprints on off-road trails,…

Serious Sam 4 Review

I often forget Croteam has been making Serious Sam games for over 19 years. After back-to-back games with 2001’s The First Encounter and 2002’s The Second Encounter – both excellent, wave-based shooters, especially when played coop – we had to…

BPM: Bullets Per Minute Review

Bullets Per Minute, from developers Awe Interactive, describes itself as a “rhythm-action FPS rogue-like”, and that does a great job of encapsulating the experience. When everything clicks, the movement, gunplay, soundtrack, and visual feedback all combine into an almost cathartic…