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Orphan | Simple Game, Simple Story, Simply Fun

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Darkwood | Review

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Battle Chasers: Nightwar Review

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GRIS: An Interactive Masterpiece | Review

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Duskers Review

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Ashen: Dark Souls Lite worth your Attention | Review

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Slay the Spire Review

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Call of Refund: Featuring Cthulhu | Review

Brief Review Call of Cthulhu is a game that I can only describe as disappointing. The promise of a investigative survival horror where your choices matter and things slowly make less sense as the murder...

Celeste | Review

Celeste, winner of “Best Independent Game” award from The Game Awards 2018 and from the creators of Towerfall: Ascension, came out early in the year to a tidal wave of praise. It’s a near-pixel-perfect...

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