I love when Danganronpa lies to me

Quick! Why do you like games? You’re reading Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel, so you do like games, right? But why do you? I’m sorry; I’ve tricked you. I already know why you like games. It’s the same reason virtually anyone likes games, myself included. Games are the only form of mass media that give viewers control over more »

The Evil Within is incredibly cheap on Steam this weekend

This weekend, Steam users will be able to purchase Shinji Mikami’s newest horror game, The Evil Within, for 66% off its usual price. Or, in simpler terms, $20.40. Or, in practical terms, two packs of cigarettes in the state of New York. Or, I guess you could even consider it to be equivalent to 10 more »

The Cat Lady makes you want to keep playing

It might be a weird thing to say, what with how many hours I’ve put into Skyrim and Long Live The Queen. Surely I’ve been excited to keep playing those games, right? Not so much. I have really bad ADHD, and it’s hard for anything, even a game I really enjoy, to keep me occupied more »

The Cat Lady’s installation is worrisome

I know very little about the indie game The Cat Lady. I saw the teaser trailer on Steam, and it looked interesting. It’s about a woman who tries to kill herself, but death is all “Nope, you can’t die until you kill these six people for me”. That’s all I know, but it sounds like more »

Metal Gear Solid is broken, but tense, in first-person

God bless the modding community, the ingenius coders who’ve given us Skyrim enemies done up in Spider-Man attire, more Minecraft options than can reasonably be counted, and now a first-person look at Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes. Indeed, thanks to -Pao of Nexusmods, Metal Gear Solid fans can get closer than ever to the sneaking and sabotage of Hideo Kojima’s stealth more »

The Babadook deserves its own horror game

I’m not one for horror films, or horror games, so when I find one that even I enjoy, I can’t help but share it with the world. So today I would like to introduce everyone to The Babadook. The film is an Australian psychological thriller, and seems to be begging for a video game port. more »

Lisa Review: The End of Humanity

Lisa: The Painful RPG Price: $9.99 System(s): PC Release Date: December 15, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Dingaling (Dingaling Productions, LLC) ESRB Rating: Mature for drugs, alcohol, sexual themes, violence, language, and disturbing images To quote one of Lisa: The Painful RPG‘s first trailers, “The end of humanity? The end of humanity.” It’s subtitled as “the painful RPG,” and there can be more »

There’s something about Lisa

If you’ll remember back to the last time you heard the name Lisa mentioned here on GamerTell, you probably remember the dancing, bearded prostitute. Yep, those completely bizarre trailers I shared with you have finally led to something tangible. December 15, 2014 marked the official release of Lisa: The Painful RPG. The mysterious project had more »

5 Steam Holiday Sale 2014 Games to Buy: Day 1

The time has come, as was rumored and prophesized. The 2014 Steam Holiday Sale has arrived. Deals are running rampant, as expected, and we should be seeing some of the best prices on PC games this year as time wears on. However, to make things a little easier for you, Technology Tell has something planned. more »

Alien Isolation Nightmare and Novice Modes make it more inviting

I really like the idea of Alien Isolation. And by that, I mean I love the idea of a game where you have to hide and truly stealth around, because trying to be a big bad gun bunny will result in you getting torn limb from limb. The truth is, however, that I’m really bad more »

LISA’s trailers are incredibly effective

Never heard of LISA? No need to feel bad. It’s an extremely indie game from professional martial artist, and creator, Austin Jorgensen. Our lovely editor here at Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel brought this game to my attention. I watched the above trailer on Dingaling Games’ website, and was somehow oddly, but immediately, captivated. So I more »


I want Five Nights at Freddy’s even though I will never play it

Five Nights at Freddy’s is a game that could also be called Jump Scare; The Game. You play a security guard at a Chuck E. Cheese expy called Freddy Fazbear’s, and your job is to keep an eye on the animatronics. The animatronics that look utterly horrifying, can’t be turned off, and if they find more »