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Main Assembly is a robot-building puzzle game for makers

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Everyone loves creating; and solving puzzles; and robots. Robots are cool. Indie developer Bad Yolk takes all of that and assembles it for something new with Main Assembly, a robot-building puzzle game coming very soon to Steam Early Access. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCfLSqOth9Q Thinking Outside the Bots "But isn't...

Devil’s Hunt review: A fallen angel

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Devil's Hunt is a mess of cliché story and awkward combat. Its art direction and camera work are not impressive enough to redeem it. Arcade action games, especially ones with a solid story, are always a joy to play. Devil May Cry and God of War are among the very best in the genre,...

Creature in the Well review: Hits a few bumpers

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Creature in the Well can be a beautiful and intense bullet hell if you can make it past the repetitive first half. I was very excited about Creature in the Well when it was first announced on Nintendo Direct. A dungeon crawler with pinball-based combat and puzzle-solving is an intriguing concept. Besides, I always...

Star Renegades combines a classic JRPG with Shadow of Mordor

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Star Renegades immediately stands out due to its impressive pixel art visuals. But after playing it at Gamescom 2019, I can tell you there are many more reasons to be excited about this roguelite RPG. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Fe0gqTU3Bg Star Renegades plays like a classic JRPG - you meet characters throughout a...

Decay of Logos review: A Souls-like never felt this fresh

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Decay of Logos is vast, optimized, and offers tight combat and fun exploration. While it's inspired by legends, the game still manages to carve its own identity. I've waited a long while to play the final version of Decay of Logos. It caught my eye as a hybrid between Dark Souls and The Legend...

Every decision counts in Cyberpunk detective RPG Gamedec

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Anshar Studios unveiled Gamedec just before Gamescom, which led us to quickly book a meeting to see the game during the convention. Gamedec calls itself an "Adaptive Cyberpunk Isometric RPG." It sounds like a big deal, and it is, especially when it comes to player choice and how it affects the gameplay, story, and...

Synced: Off Planet is a multiplayer game where you control the minds of zombies

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In a world saturated with battle royale and hero shooters, Synched: Off Planet aims to be something distinct. The game is being developed by Next Studios, a subdivision of Tencent, and brings together elements from survival games such as World War Z or Days Gone with those of multiplayer shooters.

Ghibli-inspired action RPG Decay of Logos gets an official release date

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Are you excited for Decay of Logos? You should be. This indie title sets out to be the perfect combo between The Legend of Zelda, The Witcher, Dark Souls, and Studio Ghibli animation. If you're as excited as I am, then you would be glad to know that you won't have to wait long....

Ori and the Will of the Wisps gets a release date just ahead of E3

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Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the sequel to the fantastic Metroidvania, Ori and the Blind Forest. In today's Microsoft E3 2019 presentation, starting a couple of hours from now, we will be seeing the game's third and final trailer, along with a release date reveal. Luckily, our inside sources already...

Pokemon Sword and Shield trailer unleashes the power that’s inside – big time

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Some people grew up with Pokemon, myself included. Today, in a special Pokemon Direct, developer Game Freak demonstrated how some Pokemon can, quite literally, grow up to ridiculous size. A brand new Pokemon Sword and Shield trailer reveals new game mechanics, new Pokemon and the Legendary Pokemon mascots that will accompany each of its...

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