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Build Lands | Review

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GRIS: An Interactive Masterpiece | Review

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The Unliving | Beta Review

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Few games manage to incorporate a console (Command Prompt console, not an Xbox console) into their game while maintaining very fun and engaging gameplay. Sure, games like Hacknet and Uplink can simulate tense situations...

They Are Coming! | Review

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Ashen: Dark Souls Lite worth your Attention | Review

Demon Souls and Dark Souls hearkened in an era of pattern-and-stamina based combat; you have a limited amount of stamina to use in combat until you need to rest before blocking, dodging, sprinting and...

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Slay the Spire is an atypical rogue-lite game cleverly disguised as a card game. While climbing the eponymous Spire, you fight monsters and bosses in three acts with your expanding (sometimes shrinking) deck of...

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