Exploring the Alien Worlds of Cyan, Inc’s ‘Obduction’, The Spiritual Successor to Myst

Enjoy Our Content?Please think about supporting us via Patreon if you enjoy our content so we can continue to improve our work and compensate our staff! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=745258&ty=h Rand Miller has been there since the beginning. Cyan, Inc.’s co-founder and CEO has seen the studio wax and wane since the 90s, but he’s never forgotten why... Read more

“26. Compromise” – Fallout 3 | Crafting A Narrative Experience

Read Part 25: “Tenpenny Tower” here. It’s surprising how quickly you can adapt to changing circumstances. That bedroom at Tenpenny Tower was the most comfortable I’d been in since leaving the Vault, but it was also my most disturbed sleep since the first night at Megaton. With its emulation of old-world opulence, it felt safe,… Read more

Mafia III – First Story Details and Gameplay Footage Revealed

The first story and gameplay details have been revealed for Mafia III thanks to a press release from 2K and Hangar13. According to the press release, Mafia III will follow the story of, "Lincoln Clay, a disenfranchised Vietnam veteran, returning from combat and looking for a home and a place to belong. Orphaned as a... Read more

Kickstarter for Former Bioware Developers’ New Single Player RPG ‘Mooncrest’ is Now Live

KnightMayor have just announced that the Kickstarter for their upcoming RPG, Mooncrest, is now live. You can check it out right here by following the link. Here’s the initial description of the game from the Kickstarter page. You can find a bunch more details on the game by checking out the actual Kickstarter. Mooncrest is… Read more

Analyzing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – “Family Matters” | Video

Hello everyone! Welcome to the first episode in a new series of videos here at OnlySP where we’ll be analyzing some of the very deep side quest narratives The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has to offer. This pilot episode covers one of the most talked about quests in the game, “Family Matters”. Join Ian Jones… Read more

Three Single Player Games to Look out for in August

Hello Single Player gaming enthusiasts! We’re half-way through the Summer months in North America and headed towards the busy Fall. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t any good releases to talk about for August. If your weather is anything like it’s been on the West Coast this year, there’s still plenty need to find ways… Read more

Jay returns this week with a new video editorial discussing video game worlds that really feel “alive”. You can check out the video just above. Be sure to let us know which games you feel have the most immersive open worlds in the comments section and be on the lookout for a new video from… Read more

“25. Tenpenny Tower” – Fallout 3 | Crafting A Narrative Experience

Read Part 24: “Trapped and Helpless” here. I opened my eyes and jerked upright instantly. Screams had woken me, and unfamiliarity had shocked me. Dimness. A dirt ceiling. The unpleasant smell of unwashed bodies mixing with the scents of strange foods. What was going on? Hadn’t I just been kissing Amata in the deserted kitchen?… Read more

Life is Strange – Episode 4 – Dark Room Review

Platforms: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One, XBOX 360 | Developer: DONTNOD Entertainment | Publisher: Square Enix | ESRB: M | Controls: Keyboard/Gamepad [alert style=”grey”]Warning: Life is Strange is a heavily narrative-driven adventure game. While I will  avoid direct spoilers for this fourth episode, this review will discuss key points from the third episode. If you’re… Read more