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Persona 5 Royal review: Will steal your heart all over again

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Persona 5 Royal is the ultimate take on the powerful Persona 5. It builds upon the original in every way and brings one of the best JRPG stories of this generation. I always knew that the Persona is a series I’d like. With an authentic portrayal of Japanese life, fun characters, detailed animation, and beaming with style - it's a...

Kaleidocraft lets you design holographic art in a money-free utopia

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If you didn't have to worry about money ever again, what kind of art would you make? This is the question that fuels Kaleidocraft, a creative game in which you design holograms, decorate your artist room, and get feedback from a virtual social network. You won't need to think long about this question, though, as the game is heading to...

Summer in Mara is a calming adventure to warm up your spring

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Spring 2020 isn't off to a great start, and what we all need the most is a gentle, calming, heartwarming game about farming, meeting quirky characters, and making the world a better place. Enter Summer in Mara. After a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign, Summer in Mara, which has recently appeared on the Nintendo Indie World showcase, will become to warm up...

Gamedec launches Kickstarter campaign with a 10-minute gameplay video

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Gamedec, the cyberpunk adventure that lets you play as a video game detective, is finally available for backing on Kickstarter. Alongside the Kickstarter campaign, the game revealed a new release window and 10 minutes of brand new gameplay. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwCpGWhTZI8 Gamedec is a story-driven cyberpunk adaptive RPG where you play as a detective that solves mysteries in virtual worlds. We plenty of story-driven and cyberpunk-themed RPGs heading...

Conglomerate 451 review: Some pain and no gain

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Conglomerate 451 takes intriguing cyberpunk themes and mashes them together into a repetitive and unrewarding gameplay experience, reserved to the most hardcore of players. Conglomerate 451 takes the undeniably cool themes of Cyberpunk and combines them with dungeon crawling and turn-based style Might & Magic or The Bard's Tale series. Unfortunately, the result is unbalanced, and either discourages you from taking...

ScourgeBringer Early Access preview: A furious ball of destruction

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The ancient war machines standing in my way are no match for me. I jump, dash, slash, and slice, and within a few seconds, they are in pieces. I blaze on from room to room until I miscalculate, and a blast to the face kills me. "No worries," I think to myself as I buy some upgrades and step...

Pendula Swing: The Complete Journey travels the roaring ’20s next month

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Pendula Swing, the isometric point-and-click adventure game, concluded its story with the seventh and final episode last November. But if you missed it, you'll be able to grab Pendula Swing: The Complete Journey, a collection of all seven episodes with a few additional features, this March. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ob4JEq_JqsQ You won. You saved the world. You're rich, and everybody is worshiping you. They've...

Effie review: Nostalgia spread a little too thin

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Inspired by multiple classic titles, Effie combines fun combat and platforming with an empty world to underwhelming results. I'm a massive fan of platformers and colorful action-adventure games. Being on the same playing field as indie gems like A Hat in Time and the wacky Lego games, Effie has its work cut out for it if it wants to make...

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore review: Captivates the audience

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore is a refreshing RPG with a fun cast and an intriguing world. Progression is always exciting, and the catchy J-Pop tunes will be stuck in your head for weeks to come. Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore presents a fresh take on turn-based JRPGs that combines elements from Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei. In it,...

Need For Speed Heat races back to the series’ roots

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In less than two weeks, we'll be prowling the neon-streaked streets of Need For Speed Heat. While the previous few titles in the franchise took a different direction, after playing the demo of Heat, it's safe to say that the series is trying to get back on track. Going back to the roots of what made the series so enjoyable,...

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