Adam Ferrero

I've been playing games for as many of my 33 years as I can remember. I'm mainly a PC Gamer, but I've gotten into Xbox and Playstation lately as well. My Steam, Xbox, and Playstation tags are Fejerro, and I'm on Twitter as @Adam_Ferrero.

Kickstarter Watch 4/13/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Arcadian Atlas Developed by: Twin Otter Studios Arcadian Atlas is a 2D isometric tactical RPG that takes its classical pixel art style from games like Chrono Trigger and Breath of Fire. Choice and co...[Read More]

Kickstarter Watch 4/6/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: The Wild Eight Developed by: 8 Points The Wild Eight is a survival co-op game featuring up to eight players. You and your friends are the survivors of a horrific plane crash in the wilderness of Alas...[Read More]

Kickstarter Watch 3/30/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Mable & The Wood Developed by: Andrew Stewart Mable & The Wood is a 2D action/exploration game set in a land where the overuse of magic is draining the world of its color. You play the part o...[Read More]

Kickstarter Watch 3/23/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Tidepool, a codeable world for kids Developed by: Immuexa Tidepool is a 3D multiplayer game world, where kids of all ages collaborate to make interactive stories in the manner of Zork or Monkey Islan...[Read More]

Review: Mazement on PC

Game – Mazement Release Date – February 19th, 2016 Platform – PC, iOS, Android Developer – Wronghut Mobile gaming has exploded since the advent of the iPhone and other ubiquitous portable devices. It’s been around since the days of the Gameboy, but a touchscreen and powerful processor in every pocket has created a new era of gaming. However, for some, that’s not enough. Why...[Read More]

Kickstarter Watch 3/16/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Pinstripe             Developed by: Thomas Brush There will probably come a day where I get sick of artful 2D platformers, but today is not that day. I get into those side-scrollers with gorgeous art...[Read More]

Kickstarter Watch 3/9/2016

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: A Place for the Unwilling Developed by: MadInSpain Games Adventure games typically promise a lot of square mileage of exploration. A Place for the Unwilling looks to explore in the opposite direction...[Read More]

Kickstarter Watch: 3/2/2016

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Need To Know Developed by: Monomyth Games Have you ever asked yourself the question: “If I were in charge of it all, could I do better than my own government?” Need To Know gives you the opportunity ...[Read More]

Book Review: Ready Player One

While it wouldn’t make much sense to review a five-year-old video game, a five-year-old book about video games seems much more practical. We gamers follow the release schedule very closely. Game trailers get hundreds of thousands, if not millions of views, official twitter channels are followed, and news site chomp up every press release. Books themed on video games are rare, and good ones are far...[Read More]

Refunds Offered to all Owners of Batman: Arkham Knight Purchased on Steam

  In response to the ongoing debacle that has been the PC release of Arkham Knight, developer Warner Bros. has announced it is offering a full refund to anyone who has purchased the game on Steam. From the game’s Steam page: “Until the end of 2015, we will be offering a full refund on Batman: Arkham Knight PC, regardless of how long you have played the product. You can also return the Season ...[Read More]

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Delayed

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst has been delayed from its original release date, according to a press release from game producer Sara Jansson earlier today. Originally scheduled for release on February 23rd, that date has now been pushed back three months to May 24th. “We’re building the most immersive action-adventure game with fluid movement and combat in first person. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst ...[Read More]

Steam Stealth Sale Surfaces Sneakily

It’s only fitting that the Steam Stealth Sale would arrive unannounced. The online publisher is well known for its massive sales during the summers and winters, but is also known for its unpredictability. The Stealth Sale includes games known for giving players the opportunity to bring death and destruction quietly from the shadows. Franchises, such as Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell, ...[Read More]

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