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Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones review: Worth losing your mind over

Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones review
With a dark atmosphere that draws you deeper and deeper, Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones encourages you to solve any situation your way and live with your decisions. A clear sign that I’m getting really into a game is the rituals I develop while playing it — brewing a hot beverage, turning off...

Dragon Age writer’s next project is Chorus, an adventure game musical

Chorus: A Musical Adventure
Dragon Age writer David Gaider and Pillars of Eternity designer Liam Esler team up for Chorus: An Adventure Musical. Legendary voice actors Troy Baker and Laura Bailey are on board, as well as Journey composer Austin Wintory. I'll let them introduce the game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=GP5NHmUF6js Chorus: A...

Jenny LeClue review: Choose your own murder mystery

Jenny LeClue review
Gorgeous, well-written and smart, Jenny LeClue is a game for aspiring detectives young and old. Jenny LeClue: Detectivu plays almost like those teen detective novels you used to read when you were young (at least I did). It stars a caffeinate-addicted, cynical version of Nancy Drew who’s out to solve the case of a...

Moons of Madness release date on PC and console revealed in new trailer

Moons of Madness release datevideo
Publisher Funcom has released a new trailer, revealing the official Moons of Madness release date on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. PC gamers will travel to Mars for a hefty dose of cosmic horror on October 22. That's just in time for Halloween. Console owners will join them a few months later, on...

The Surge 2 review: When it gives you a hand, take the entire arm

The Surge 2 review
Despite some buggy textures, minor framerate drops, and a few crashes, action RPG and Souls-like fans will easily fall in love with The Surge 2. The Surge 2, the sequel to Deck 13's The Surge, is finally here, and fans of Souls-likes should be excited. With many improvements over its predecessor,...

In puzzle game Tangle Tower, a piece of art commits the art of murder

Tangle Tower
Tangle Tower is a mystery adventure game by SFB Games. You play as Grimoire and Sally, and investigate a very unusual murder case. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMMvb5JgfAk The lead suspect is a shadowy figure sighted looming over the victim’s body. If you think things are going in your way already - ...

Joel Mayer’s Purgatory channels Italian horror and Game Boy aesthetics

Joel Mayer's Purgatory
Purgatory is a horror adventure game inspired by the Italian films of the 1970s, teen slashers, and classic Game Boy art style. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5V6O-Qk_WI The game tells the story of Alex, a young student in a prestigious international school up in the Swiss Alps. She and her friends are driving...

Marvel’s Avengers welcomes Kamala Khan and a release date

Marvel's Avengers Kamala Khan
A new trailer gives us a peek of the story and gameplay of Kamala Khan, also known as Ms. Marvel, in the upcoming Marvel's Avengers. She is here for one reason: reunite the Avengers and expose AIM's scheme. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g2ct2MuvK8 Publisher Square Enix and developer Crystal Dynamics...

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

Yaga concept art
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...

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