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As Chief Editor and co-founder, Guy is responsible for pretty much everything that goes up on the site. He is a huge fan of survival horror, point-and-click adventure titles and everything with a good story. He prefers to play games alone, in the dark - as nature intended.

In Other Waters review: Dive in, the water’s just right

In Other Waters review
In Other Water's captivating story, slow yet rewarding exploration, and serene visuals and music make it the perfect game for these stressful times. In Other Waters arrived at the right time. I was playing the nerve-wracking Doom Eternal for a few days, and the next game on my list is Resident Evil 3, the...

Totally Reliable Delivery Service out today, available for free on EGS

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Totally Reliable Delivery Service, the physics-based party game about terrible delivery drivers, is out today on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. But if you're a PC gamer, you can grab the game for free through the Epic Games Store starting today until April 8.

Tech-noir adventure The Signifier invites you to solve the unconscious

The Signifier
Indie developer Playmestudio announced The Signifier, a "tech-noir" mystery adventure coming to PC this summer. You'll explore the darkest reaches of the human mind and interpret the abstract language of unconscious thought. All in the hope of uncovering the truth behind a grisly murder of a tech company's vice president.

Dead Dreams review: Playing through a nightmare

Dead Dreams review
Dead Dreams is a scary game. Scratch that - Dead Dreams is a TERRIFYING game thanks to a brilliantly crafted atmosphere of dread that never lets you rest. The simplistic visuals might scare you off, but don’t let them. Classic Survival Horror titles are hard to come by these days, so it is refreshing...

Nintendo Indie World showcase unveils 20+ new indie games on Switch

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Nintendo has released a new Indie World showcase video, featuring more than 20 new indie games coming soon to the Nintendo Switch. All of these games are coming to Nintendo's system in 2020. Here's what Nintendo has to say about each game: Blue Fire Embark on an extraordinary...

Blade Runner gets an Enhanced Edition for modern PCs and consoles

The classic Blade Runner game from 1997 is coming to PC and consoles. Nightdive Studios and Alcon Entertainment are re-releasing Westwood Studios' cyberpunk adventure as Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition. Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition will feature updated character models and animations, as well as upscaled cutscenes thanks to fancy machine learning algorithms. It will also support widescreen...

In The Flower Collectors, you solve a murder mystery from your balcony

The Flower Collectors
The Flower Collectors is a detective mystery set in the "political powder-keg" of post-Franco Barcelona in 1977. You play as Jorge, an ex-cop now bound to a wheelchair. One stormy night, while observing the neighborhood through a pair of binoculars, Jorge witnesses a murder. Kinda like that classic Shia LeBeouf movie Disturbia (or Hitchcock's Rear Window is you're...

Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000 is Pong on drugs and RPGs

Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000
Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000 may look like the classic video game Pong, but... oh, who are we kidding? Pong never had magic spells, nuclear explosions, and dialogue trees. No version that we've ever played. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjrM6WJfyMw Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000 is a surreal RPG Paddle adventure, from the...

Hidden Through Time is basically a 4th dimensional Where’s Waldo

Hidden Through Time
Do you miss the thrill of finding Waldo? Spending hours analyzing colorful pictures of crowds in the hopes of spotting his stripy shirt? I didn't either, at first. But after seeing the Hidden Through Time gameplay trailer, I think maybe I do? Watch Crazy Monkey Studios' fourth-dimensional hidden object game in action below, and...

The Unholy Society review: The power of pop culture compels you

The Unholy Society looks nice but is mostly empty of any substance. Repetitive combat and pointless pop culture references dominate this very short game that ends just as things finally get interesting. You know preciously what The Unholy Society is from the second you launch it. The groovy tunes and the image of a...

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