Wednesday, August 21, 2019

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Noir-style adventure Blues and Bullets releases today on PS4

Video Game Developer A Crowd of Monsters has released the first two episodes of their Noir style game Blues and Bullets on PS4.

Review: Affordable Space Adventures

The first thing you’ll see when starting up Affordable Space Adventures is a collection of postcards, informational pamphlets, and general touristy bits and bobs. All...

Beholder review: Voyeuristic Soviet Fun

The easiest and laziest way to sum up Beholder is with the following equation, Fallout Shelter x Papers Please = Beholder. There are elements...

The Darkside Detective review: A Divine Comedy

Review code (PC) provided by publisher The Darkside Detective Point and click adventures laden with pop culture references and reflexive humour are neither new nor original....

Review: Deadbolt

When we think of the Grim Reaper we imagine a tall, black robed figure with a sickle. The developers of Deadbolt, Hopoo Games, imagined...

Talking to Pavior Games about Blemish, its Inspiration, and the Love...

After recent memories of train wrecks like Mighty No.9, I--like many gamers--tend to be a bit wary of Kickstarter games. What it's important for...

It’s Spring Again review – Unbeleafable Jeff, Its Raining Rain

I have no idea why this game is on Switch. Kids apps, tablets and toys already do this kind of thing...

Omega Pattern Feels Like a Rough Draft of the Visual Novel...

2017 has been a real hit-or-miss year for visual novels. We've had some incredible hits like the long awaited release of Dies Irae, Pyre,...

Last Day of June is a Stylish, Bittersweet Ode to Coping...

Accepting the death of a loved one can be one of the most difficult things a person has to do. They leave a gaping...

Review: Guns of Icarus Online

Guns of Icarus Online is a heavily team based multiplayer, which deviates greatly from a typical FPS game. Choose between three classes: Captain, Engineer,...

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