The description of the collection sounds like a dream: three classic parts of the series, which had a huge impact on the industry, are transferred to a new engine. The graphics have been tweaked, the gameplay has been changed, and all this goodness is available on a variety of platforms: on computers, on new consoles, and on old ones, including Nintendo Switch. But then it started: a vague trailer, strange screenshots, no gameplay videos, and no pre-release press copies. I immediately remembered some Polish creation … Continue reading
Brilliant, eccentric and extraordinarily charismatic, Sherlock Holmes is rightfully considered one of the greatest literary heroes of all times and peoples – it is not without reason that every new fictional detective sooner or later begins to be compared with the legendary occupant of 221 Baker Street.
But here’s the paradox: although the character has been with us for more than a hundred years, and even schoolchildren know his adventures by heart, the detective’s early life is still shrouded in a veil of secrecy. What events shaped the image of Holmes? Continue reading
The Blue Reflection dilogy is somewhat similar to Persona – here, too, a lot is built around emotions and inner experiences, the characters enter worlds created by memories, fight demons there, and after that they return to school and communicate a lot with each other. But in Blue Reflection, all this is played out and performed by the forces of exclusively girls. Although you can already see from the screenshots that this is a game for boys. Continue reading