The prospect of a young hero controlling the seasons at her fingertips is an exciting idea, which is exactly what hooked me into Ary and the Se
Franz Kafka was known for writing some weird stuff.
There were stretches in Skully where I felt like I was eight years old again.
Everyone's taste is subjective. However, there are no two ways around it, rock and roll remain one of the most popular genres of music.
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Players looking for a farming simulator have plenty of choices to choose from these days.
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We've certainly reached the later stages of the battle royale craze.
When creating a Soulslike, a developer has two options. The first is to innovate on the formula in a way that makes your game memorable.
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I won't lie to you, I was excited for Torchlight Frontiers.
If you’re into old-school retro FPSes, there’s one game you will definitely need to keep an eye on.
The first thing you notice in Ring of Pain is the style.
It's a well-known fact that memory is an unreliable source of information. With the right triggers, we can be convinced to remember something that didn't happen or to omit something that did. Despite this fact, we often rely on memories to help us navigate the world around us. Such is the subject of French developer The Moon Pirates' latest project Don't Forget Me (stylized as dont_forget_me). It's a narrative adventure game in which you must delve into the memories of those around you in order to foil a massive government conspiracy. I took a look at the Steam demo to see if this experience is truly as unforgettable as the name suggests.
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The minute New Blood Interactive showed off the trailer for Gloomwood, I was immediately intrigued.
There's a lot of games in the world that make sense.
How tight can your fight be? Fights in Tight Spaces is all about fights in some of the tiniest grids I have ever seen. These fights are tight. Tight as in they're awesome, but also in the small sense. What I'm saying is... okay, look, the game is called Fights in Tight Spaces and that should tell you all that you need to know. I tried the demo out, because yeah, that appeals to me.