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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

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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...

Disco Elysium release date trailer reveals an ambitious RPG experience

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"Get dressed detective, the city awaits" - those are the opening words of the new release date trailer for Disco Elysium. In this upcoming open-world RPG by ZA/UM, you play as a detective. With a wild skill tree system at your disposal, you solve cases, explore the city and interrogate its unforgettable cast of...

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...

Lucifer makes Hell great again in BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre

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Big Drunk Satanic Massacre (or BDSM for short) is sort of a reverse Doom. Hell has been taken over by humans and their disgusting corporations. Hundreds of your fellow demons are being slaughtered for burgers by the Big Wack fast-food franchise. All the lovely demon ladies are forced into fancy cathouses, and the worst...

The Vale tackles blindness in a unique experience everyone should play

Lately, I've been yearning to feel that exhilaration when you encounter something new - like a challenging new enemy in an action game or an imaginative new class in an RPG. After playing an early demo of The Vale, an upcoming title by Falling Squirrel, I can't come down from that rush. This game...

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...

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

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Mystery adventure Jenny LeClue: DetectivĂș 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...

Boundary is a competitive FPS where you can shoot literally in any direction

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Boundary is a multiplayer first-person shooter set in space. Not on an alien planet or inside a spaceship, but astronauts fighting in the cold vastness of space, floating above Earth in low orbit. The game is developed by Surgical Scalpels, and we got to play a few rounds of space warfare with them at...

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