What We Found This Week // Surveillance, Thieves and Gun Nuts


  • Orwell takes the time to assess the fears of todays modern age to make a game that has something of depth to offer. Orwell itself is a governmental security program that has the power to survey citizen online presence and access personal communication and devices. You are the first human researcher, chosen from thousands of applicants and completely impartial. It is your job to take relevant information and make decisions once conflict arises. If you follow the plot trouble has just struck, and it’s time for this program to be put to the test.This is taken from their website:

“ You are required to investigate the web pages, blog posts, chat messages, files and private information that Orwell retrieves and serves up, you will help the Nation create personal profiles of suspects and uncover the perpetrators. But are these people really terrorists? What does the information you reveal to Orwell say about them? What if you find out things about them that not even their loved ones know? What is the real price of maintaining the security that the Nation is yearning for?” 


Seven: The Days Long Gone

  •  Seven is aiming to change the way we view 3D isometric games, drawing inspiration from Thief to create a non-linear sandbox environment for the player to explore. This is a beyond post-apocalyptic landscape that will give you the free dome to traverse obstacles of any height and vertically or horizontally. You are the prisoner, on the island of Peh, on this island you will experience rich stories of conspiracy, discover and betrayal set within this new and unforgiving world. This protagonist is a master thief and possessed by an ancient daemon. As much as it is an adventure there are elements of survival, you must watch your back, never forget that the creatures and the people will end your stay on the island; if given the chance.

website: http://seven-game.com/en/

The American Dream

  • The American Dream is a satirical virtual reality trip set in a 1950’s world’s fair where you live your life with guns. Setting up a place where the Player travels through a complex constructed by a group respected gun manufacturers aiming to show the world the virtues of guns for the common man. A place where guns are used for all things like eating, driving or even answering questions. Their trailer shows a variety of situations where a gun would be the most helpful. The range of weapons is vast for you to use day to day while guaranteeing a beautiful time with different situations that are wonderfully crafted. Presented by Samurai Punk studios.

website: americandreamvr.com

What games have you found this week? Which games did you think were the most interesting? Comment down below and let us know!

Author: Corey Cliett

Detroit native, hanging out in Fargo to play video games and shake things up.

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