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VirtuaVerse review: To AR is human

VirtuaVerse review
VirtuaVerse is exhausting to play, with many frustrating puzzles and a cyberpunk story that comes off a bit too preachy. But the visuals and audio keep you going, as VirtuaVerse looks terrific and sounds even better. VirtuaVerse makes a solid first impression, with its old-school vibe and cyberpunk aesthetics. Its...

KillSquad’s Crush the Plague update has you fighting a galactic pandemic

Killsquad Crush the Plague
Killsquad, the four-player fast-paced action title, dropped a new update called Crush the Plague, continuing the game's main storyline. The previous Genesis update introduced the storyline and missions of the first act of the game. Now, Crush the Plague adds eight new Veteran contracts to expand the main campaign to a total of 20...

Fort Triumph review: Where XCOM and Heroes meet

Fort Triumph review
With an exciting story, clever battle tactics, and plenty of humor, Fort Triumph is flying high. It loses some altitude due to rough visuals and repetitive gameplay. If you ever wondered what would happen if you mix the fantasy and strategy of Heroes of Might and Magic with the...

In Kill It With Fire, you kill spiders with fire, explosives, ninja stars and more

Kill it with fire
  Kill It With Fire is a first-person action game where you hunt spiders in your apartment and kill them; preferably with fire. Developer Casey Donnellan Games and publisher tinyBuild released a trailer for the game, where we see you can kill the spiders using a lot more than fire. Explosives, guns,...

The Flower Collectors review: Solve a murder without going outside

The Flower Collectors review
The Flower Collectors is an engaging, tense, and topical murder mystery that takes place entirely within the confines of one small apartment in 1970s Barcelona. I'm just gonna go ahead and say it: The Flowers Collectors is Rear Window in video game form. Instead of observing a New York courtyard...

Family Man, an RPG inspired by Breaking Bad, is coming to PC on May 22

Family Man
Family Man, an upcoming RPG by developer Broken Bear Games, asks one simple question: When pushed to the limits of your own morality, how far would you go for the sake of your family? The game may look innocent enough with its colorful and blocky graphics, but don't let it fool you. The devs...

Paradise Killer invites you to solve a murder on a colorful island full of lunatics

Paradise Killer
In Paradise Killer, the debut game of indie studio Kaizen Game Works, you need to find out who killed Paradise. Paradise isn't a person, though - it's an entire island full of lunatics, psychopaths, and "a thousand secrets." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3nAfoLrdR8 Let's back up a bit, because this game's lore is...

The Procession to Calvary review: Renaissance art and silly walks

The Procession to Calvary review
The Procession to Calvary is a point-and-click game for anyone who enjoys unique visual styles, Monty Python-esque humor, and appeasing the devil. The Procession to Calvary is a hilarious adventure game by indie developer Joe Richardson. It's full of some of the world's most celebrated art and music, clever puzzles, senseless...

Seinfeld might get an official video game if enough people want one

Seinfeld video game
What if there was an official Seinfeld point-and-click adventure game that was never released? Indie devs Jacob Janerka and Ivan Dixon asked this very question when they teamed up to create a pitch for an official Seinfeld video game. Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAVoHFRytOQ In this episodic adventure game about...

The Procession to Calvary available now on PC for all Monty Python fans

The Procession to Calvary
The Procession to Calvary is out now on Steam, and if you're a person of culture who appreciates high art, refined music, and fart jokes - you should play it. Imagine if one of those Monty Python cut-up animations was a video game, and you pretty much get what this game is like.

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