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Summer in Mara review: A fruitful vacation

Summer of Mara review
Summer in Mara takes some of the best elements from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker and embeds them in a fun and relaxing farming sim that encourages exploration and creativity. I was never a big fan of farming sims like Stardew Valley or My Time at Portia. But after...

Top 10 indie games we loved at the Steam Game Festival – June 2020

Steam Game Festival games
We played a bunch of indie game demos during the Steam Game Festival between June 16 - 22. Hopefully, you did too, but since there were just so many of them, you're bound to miss out on a few gems. So this is what our next list is about - the top 10 indie...

Genki Covert Dock review: Small, portable, and powerful

Genki Covert Dock
Genki Covert Dock will make your Switch more portable than ever. It's small, easy to use, and does everything its official big brother does. Did you ever have to go away for the weekend, and just decided to settle for using your Nintendo Switch in handheld mode the whole time,...

Lost in Random wants you to embrace chaos in a Burtonesque adventure

Lost in Random
Zoink Games, the creative force behind Fe and Flipping Death, has announced a new game called Lost in Random. The game was briefly revealed in 2019, but now we get to learn more about it. Plus, publisher EA has released an official teaser trailer, which gives us a chance to see the game's distinct art...

Vigil: The Longest Night is an action Metroidvania filled with eldritch horror

Vigil: The Longest Night
If games featuring grotesque monsters, horror touches, and a protagonist that has to stand against the darkness are your cup of tea, you may want to take a look at Vigil: The Longest Night. Vigil is the debut title of Glass Heart Games and is published by Another Indie, a young publisher that also...

Cris Tales preview: JRPG elements, time control, and beautiful symmetry

cris tales exploration
Cris Tales isn't just a game for people with my very particular tastes in UI, character design, and colorful graphics. It's a unique experience in which you play a girl that can control time. It's a role-playing game with choices and consequences. It's a crafted love letter to games like Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy.

Evan’s Remains review: One jump ahead of a mystery

Evan's Remains review
Evan's Remains is a beautiful game where the story is more puzzling than the riddles. It is a short, story-driven adventure with simple gameplay that's full of tough decisions and mystery. When I first glimpsed Evan's Remains, I couldn't imagine that I'll develop so many feelings in so little time....

Röki release date revealed with a beautiful and informative trailer

Röki, a fantastical adventure inspired by Scandinavian folklore, has an official release date. The game is coming to PC on July 23. The release date announcement came at the end of a new trailer, first aired during the Guerilla Collective live stream. In this new Röki trailer, we learn more about...

Liberated review: Come for the game, stay for the comic book

Liberated review
Liberated is part comic book and part side-scrolling shooter. The comic book part is excellent and tells a powerful dystopian story. The game part? Not so much. Liberated is split into two pretty separate experiences. One is an engaging comic book about a dystopian world where Big Brother is everywhere....

Rogue Lords is a turn-based roguelike where you are the Devil

Rogue Lords
Rogue Lords was announced back in February 2020 by publisher Nacon and co-developers Leikir Studio and Cyanide Studio. The game is a roguelike, with turn-based, tactical combat. Now, after watching its new trailer at the PC Gaming Show 2020, we got a glimpse of its gloomy environment and gameplay.

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