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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.

Yaga pits you against Slavic monsters as the world’s unluckiest blacksmith

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Yaga is an action RPG based on the "murderous legends" of Slavic mythology. You play as Ivan, an unlucky, one-handed blacksmith on an impossible task from the tzar. On his dark, often funny journey, Iven will battle legendary monsters from Eastern-European folklore using his blacksmith tools, upgradable prosthetic arm, and magic. He will also...

Nanotale brings magic and charm back to typing games

Nanotale
You don't see a lot of typing games around these days, but I have a soft spot for this particular subgenre. I recently played the "bullet-hell meets typing game" The Textorcist, and who can forget the classic Typing of the Dead. But Nanotale is a bit different. Developer Fishing Cactus describes Nanotale as an...

Grotesque RPG Death Trash enters Early Access in early 2020

Death Trash is a post-apocalyptic RPG where cosmic horrors crave humanity but are usually met by punks with shotguns. It is a twisted game inspired by post-apocalyptic classics, cyberpunk, sci-fi, horror and grotesque fantasy. It also hits Steam Early Access in early 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Agd720JEiF4 In Death...

Little Misfortune review: Happiness to the world

Little Misfortune review
Choice, consequences, and glitter are at the heart of Little Misfortune, a twisted journey full of charm where you spread happiness in a bleak world or die trying. Little Misfortune is an adorable but morbid adventure game from the creators of Fran Bow, another morbid (slightly less adorable) adventure. It's about a little girl...

Afterparty release date and launch trailer break outta Hell

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Afterparty, the next game by Oxenfree developer Night School Studio, comes out on October 29. Before you go on the best bender ever to save your immortal soul, watch the game's official release trailer. We previously saw about seven minutes of Afterparty gameplay from E3 2019, in case you want to see more of...

Jenny LeClue is out today on PC and Apple Arcade, coming soon to Switch, PS4

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Mystery adventure Jenny LeClue: Detectivú is now available on PC and iOS through Apple Arcade. To celebrate the happy occasion, we have a new release date trailer. The game was successfully funded on Kickstarter about five years ago, in July 2014. Backers and everyone else who's interested in solving the mysteries of the idyllic...

Daymare 1998 review: Where evil not longer resides

Daymare 1998 review
Daymare 1998 tries to mix classic Resident Evil with modern horror like Dead Space, but is sabotaged by its own old-school obsession. Daymare 1998 started as a fan remake of Resident Evil 2. Capcom quickly put a stop to it but encouraged Invader Studios to take all the hard work they did and turn...

“Mutant soap opera” Mutazione comes out September 19 on PC, PS4

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Developers Die Gute Fabrik describe their upcoming title Mutazione as a "Mutant soap opera." Think less cheesy, and more packed with personal drama, unforgettable characters, and a lot of emotions. Mutazione is about trauma and its long-term effects on a small community. It is melancholic, beautiful and often weird, as you can tell from...

Bake ‘n Switch left us hungry for more at Gamescom 2019

Bake 'n Switch
We here at GamersPack play a lot of Overcooked together. We love working as a team towards a common goal while we scream our lungs out at each other until someone cries. It's the best. That is why we jumped at the opportunity to play Bake 'n Switch at Gamescom. It's a four-player co-op...

Blair Witch review: Stay out of these woods

Blair Witch E3 2019
Blair Witch so desperately wants to be a psychological horror game, it completely neglects its few clever mechanics. But you can pet the dog. The Blair Witch Project doesn’t have the best history with video games (look it up). I was cautiously optimistic that the new Blair Witch will break this curse. After all,...

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