The Chase Begins | Grounded Part 2

Welcome to the next part to the Grounded playthrough. As always you can watch the playthrough here.


We are tasked with trying to find some things that will help with the wounded man that we found when we got to the ICU. We search and search most of the hospital and we encounter a body. This is the janitor of the hospital. He had died of his injuries from being crushed by debris, but the question is why is his body here? A place with no debris ?


The key that we find helps us open a jammed cabinet in the ICU which has some supplies that we need. After walking around we find all of the necessary things to go treat our mysterious man. It isn’t over though we need to get him some water.


We quickly find some water and return to him. Unfortunately he is not alone anymore. There is a creepy figure watching over him. We walk towards him and our character realizes that this is a bad situation and a chase ensues.


We find refuge under our bed and our pursuer retreats. It seems that the main character’s step father is also at the hospital and he also murdered her whole family. This is where we ended this part.

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Shine The Light Into The Darkness | Quick Look : Child Of Light

Last month Child of Light was offered up as free download for all Xbox Live Gold members. LittleRocket took this as an opportunity to finally check out this highly praised game. As always you can check out a video of our playthrough here.


The story of Child of Light is based on King’s daughter called Aurora. The King’s wife passes away and the King eventually marries a second wife. On a Friday night before Easter 1895, Aurora went to sleep and her skin became as cold as ice. Everyone thought that she was dead. Aurora awakens in a mythical land called Lemuria. This is where the story begins.

Of the bat we have to say we really love the art style of the game. The surroundings and the character all have this simplistic but colorful look. Aurora herself is 3D but is styled like a 2D character so to make her not look out of place with the 2D backgrounds.


The first section of the game is spent traversing through a dark forest while Aurora is talking poetically about where she is and how she feels. Oh also the dialog in this game is supposed to rhyme like poetry. A simple puzzle of moving an object to get to higher ground is dispatched with haste. The game doesn’t seem to force you to go down one specific path. Even if you can’t completely stray from the main path it’s good that the game gave the player the freedom of movement.


After walking for a while and seeing some creatures from afar, Aurora breaks down. She just wants to wake up from her nightmare. This is when we meet Firefly. This little character can be controlled by the second player. Firefly helps Aurora by collecting little orbs that go towards things like her health or mp. One light puzzle later we find ourselves a sword and with that our first battle ensues.


The battle system is very reminiscent of old JRPGs which Child of Light gets influence from. Firefly can make the wait period longer for your foes by shinning light on them. This would help you to have two turns before your enemy even has the opportunity to fight back. Child of Light also has a skill grid where you can learn new skills from the skill points you get from battle.

We encounter different enemies as we traverse through the forest. Slowly getting tougher and also multiplying in numbers. The environments are quite varied as we go through scenery with a lots of trees to scenery completely made up of machinery.


We arrive to a large section of a building with what seems like guards protecting a glass with an angel on it. After a small puzzle we break the glass which brings the guards to life. Our first boss battle. The fight itself is as challenging as you would expect from a first boss battle in a game. This is where you see that having a second player slow down your foe really helps especially when there are multiple enemies.


After the battle is over a lady comes out of the broken glass and begins telling Aurora of the grander scheme of things. Aurora wants to wake up but she learns that for her to get back to her father there are a few things that she has to do first. The lady grants us the ability to fly before she bids us farewell. This is where this quick look ends.

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Grounded | RPG Maker Horror Game

Grounded is a 2d horror game released in 2013 for free. It follows the story of a girl called Scarlet who wakes up in what seems to be an empty hospital after something happened between her and her step-father.

In our first playthrough which you can watch below, we find out just how creepy a game can be without music. The silence is broken by your character’s foot steps and the occasional sound of dripping water. After wondering around for awhile we meet a doctor who informs us that we should should meet him in ICU. The conversation makes it apparent that the hospital is falling apart as screaming would have brought down the roof above us.

Making our way to the ICU is no easy task as you get this lingering feeling that you might be being watched or followed. Upon reaching our destination we find an injured man. To save him from bleeding out we take it upon ourselves to go fetch some bandages and medicine. This is where this episode ends.

Download the game here: Grounded

Watch the episode here: Grounded : Episode 1

Game of Thrones… just cuter. Welcome to Armello

Armello is a swashbuckling adventure that combines the strategic play of card and board games with RPG elements. Wage epic single and multiplayer strategy battles as you adventure across the land of Armello on your quest for the throne!

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Ready to face what lies in the dark again?

“Darkest Dungeon is a challenging gothic roguelike turn-based RPG about the psychological stresses of adventuring. Recruit, train, and lead a team of flawed heroes against unimaginable horrors, stress, famine, disease, and the ever-encroaching dark. Can you keep your heroes together when all hope is lost?”

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Here we have the seemingly well crafted RPG game Darkest Dungeon, which takes the player on a Morgan Freeman level narrated journey to rid the environment of what lies near The Estate.

Build your team. Train them. Accept a task. Journey into the darkness.

Not to mention the randomness within the game’s quests which make you think twice about just taking enough muscle to destroy what’s in your path.

As this is early access the game itself performs well above its price of £14.99; providing more than enough hours of questing to immerse you into the gameplay

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