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Read Only Memories: Neurodriver

Read Only Memories: Neurodriver Heads Back to Neo-San Francisco in 2020

Read Only Memories: Neurodriver has been announced as the sequel to 2064: Read Only Memories. If you haven’t heard of this game before, it’s an interesting little niche title that explores…

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Tanglewood Dreamcast Port Goes On Hiatus

Recently, Matt Philips, Designer and Programmer for Tanglewood, posted to Tanglewood’s Kickstarter page with a progress update. Along with announcing that all Mega Drive copies of the game had now…

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Figment Review – Fear Itself

Trauma is a notoriously difficult subject to cover in games. As an inherently interactive medium, you risk alienating your players if your story isn’t relatable. It’s no small wonder that…

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A Plague Tale: Innocence Review – Rats, Rats, Rats

Death, darkness, and disease. Three words that probably sum up the black plague better than any others. Those words also happen to perfectly summarize A Plague Tale: Innocence. A Plague…

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SiNKR 2

SiNKR 2 is a minimalist puzzle game that tasks you with sliding pucks into holes by reeling in hooks. Various mechanics, like boost pads and portals, join the fray to…

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Coverage Club: Homo Machina Good Impression

If you’ve ever wanted to masticate in a video game before, you’ve come to the right place. Homo Machina is a brief, but unique puzzle game with an undeniable charm…

World of Goo Update

World of Goo Now Free To Keep On Epic Games Store, Next Up Stories Untold

When the Epic Games Store launched last December, they committed to give out a steady stream of free-to-keep games with very flexible periods available to claim the games. So far…

World of Goo Update

World Of Goo Remaster Update Coming To Celebrate Tenth Anniversary

The lead developer of World Of Goo, Kyle Gabler, has shared some news for fans of the quirky puzzle game, ten years after release. Since 2DBOY, the studio that developed…

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Blaster Master Zero 2 Review – Nostalgia Done Right

Some of the hardest games to judge are retro titles. My reviews of Mega Man 11, Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu! and ToeJam & Earl show how easily nostalgia can have…

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Unbound: Worlds Apart Sends Players Into the Shadows, Coming to Kickstarter This May

Unbound: Worlds Apart has just been announced as the second upcoming game from Alien Pixel Studios according to a press release from the developer. This reality-warping puzzle platformer has players…

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