PC Gamer plays: Control, Endless Legend, The Last Day of June, and Unavowed


Control is a product of Remedy Development. FBC, Federal Bureau’s Control, contain and study the phenomenon that violates the laws of reality. The game came out on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on 27 August 2019.

The game is set in the headquarter of FBC, which is in New York City, Oldest House. In this place, no law of physics, time, or space applies. It is interesting to move around here.

Late Ken Adams did a fantastic job designing the Dr. No’s Caribbean Lair. The Oldest House has similarities with Adam’s work. Control’s world design director confirmed that he is a fan too, and like Ken Adams, he is an architect as well.

The Oldest House is a very different place. It has bodies hanging around; there are abandoned desks and architect that makes no sense. Remedy Development took a further step to develop the world in the game.

Endless Legend

Developed by Amplitude Studios, Endless Legend, came out on Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X in September 2014. The game follows Endless Space in the series. Players have to set their dominance in the world of Auriga. Players will go on to explore new lands and find new cities.

The game provided five-years of DLC and free updates. The games provide players with multiple options. Players can choose between the various empire of Auriga to explore. All of these empires have a story of their own.

Players do not fight but make decisions for the empire. The choices are real-life decisions and affect the game as it progresses. Players have to make the system work until all of the realms of Auriga work efficiently together.

The Last Day of June

Ovosonico product, The Last day of June, came out in August 2017 on PlayStation 4.

In the game, Carl desperately tries to bring back his wife June by tweaking the timeline one at a time. The Players go in time and assume the role of characters who met June on a fateful day. You interact with the paintings.

As the game progresses, the puzzles become more complicated. The little of the little decision you took in the past or made changes are all intertwined. Every time you wake up, the present remains the same, June is still gone.

Players go through all the pain and joy that Carl went through with and for June. Every character the players interact with always has some connection with Carl and June. It is a desperate attempt to fix what cannot be fixed.


Publisher and developer, Wadjet Eye Games, made a point-click adventure game, Unavowed. It came out on 18 August 2018.

The player point at things, click at it to pick it up, and combine random objects to find a solution. It has unique pixel art, game complementing soundtracks, and edgy script.

The puzzles are logical and fair. Players have a chance to make a moral choice which you do not know that right or not.


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