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  1. Serial Cleaner (Switch) Review March 24, 2018 by Aria Velz If you are looking for a challenging and creative few hours, Serial Cleaner is a solid choice. There are certainly more complex and less frustrating action-stealth games on the market, but Serial Cleaner’s charm, level design, and delightful aesthetic make it worth sweeping out of your backlog.
  2. Orwell: Ignorance is Strength Review Orwell: Ignorance is Strength Review March 22, 2018 by David Strickland Orwell: Ignorance is Strength is the next season for the well-known “Big-Brother” simulator. Joining the Orwell program as a new agent you’re tasked with various different cases to solve and put together. If you’re into games with immersive gameplay, and bring out a great story, this is the title for you.
  3. My Lovely Daughter Review My Lovely Daughter Review March 22, 2018 by Ed Moreno My Lovely Daughter left me a miserable mess by the time I finished my first playthrough, and it’s exactly what I loved from the game. Not many games take the risk of potentially disturbing their audience for the sake of telling a narrative they feel necessary, and the simple but enjoyable gameplay means that there is fun to be had in the midst of a horrifyingly compelling story.
  4. Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review March 22, 2018 by Richard Costa KCD is the definition of a niche RPG, and it wobbles under the weight of its ambition. It is committed to thrust upon the player a lofty, extravagant experience of immersive simulation and realism that most gamers are probably not interested in, but those who are into the complex machinery of RPG systems and interactions will have their hands very full with it and get their money’s worth in both quality and quantity.

Latest News

  • Is Todd Howard Working on a New Bethesda Game?

    Is Todd Howard Working on a New Bethesda Game?

    A New Bethesda Game, or Just Another Port? If you don’t include the Special Edition and VR remakes, then it’s been a good three years since a new game came from Bethesda Game Studios. A recent interview with the studio’s executive producer, Todd Howard, has left people thinking a new
  • Game Jam: The Movie, Making a Game in 48 Hours

    Game Jam: The Movie, Making a Game in 48 Hours

    Seldom do You Hear About a Game Jam Devolver Digital Films, the cinematic branch of the well-known indie publisher, announced the release of “Game Jam: The Movie,” their latest film. Created by Clique API in partnership with Cineforge Media and Game CoLab, the 60-minute feature documentary dives into the fast-paced
  • Will There be a Witcher Themed Stage in Soulcalibur 6?

    Will There be a Witcher Themed Stage in Soulcalibur 6?

    Or is The Witcher Twitter Just Throwing us off? News about The Witcher game series continues to leave us wondering. We previously reported on CD Projekt Red’s community lead Marcin Momot posted a tweet hinting at the idea of making a cameo appearance in an upcoming game. Fans have taken
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider Release Date Discovered

    Shadow of the Tomb Raider Release Date Discovered

    Without a Shadow of a Doubt Mistakes were made with the most recent teaser for Tomb Raider when one fan dug through some web code to discover the information ahead of time. Right now, if you visit the Tomb Raider website, you are welcomed with a black screen. In the
  • Chucklefish Partners with Robotality to Publish Pathway

    Chucklefish Partners with Robotality to Publish Pathway

    Pathway has that Indiana Jones Feel Chucklefish, the London based studio/publisher best known for Stardew Valley and Starbound, has announced a new partnership with Robotality in order to distribute their most recent game Pathway. Pathway is a turn-based strategy RPG that mixes together 2D and 3D art concepts. Players can


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