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Mosaic BlipBlop review: Blip till you Blop, then blip some more

Mosaic BlipBlop
With endless gameplay, endless upgrades, and endless fun, Mosaic BlipBlop is the game every commuter needs on their phone. Are you sick of staring at the floor on the subway on your way to work? Sitting on the toilet alone with your thoughts terrifies you? The prospect of engaging in conversation with another human...

Draugen review: Life is but a dream

Draugen review
Draugen is a beautiful and haunting adventure with powerful writing that feels like a teaser for a bigger story. But it's worth your time if only to spend it with Lissie. Draugen, the latest title from Dreamfall Chapters developer Red Thread Games, defines itself as a “Fjord  Noir” mystery, which is the best way...

The Office Quest review: Break the cycle of boredom

The Office Quest review boss
The Office Quest calls on you to break your monotonous routine and go on an adventure. You know the feeling: You arrive at the office, have your first (or third) cup of coffee of the day and slump down at your station. Every single day is the same - typing out long reports, meetings,...

A Plague Tale: Innocence review: A cure for what ails you

A Plague Tale: Innocence review
A Plague Tale is an epic story with fiendishly clever environmental puzzles and stunning character design. Even the underwhelming stealth can't hurt this surprise hit. You might know A Plague Tale: Innocence as “the game with all the rats,” and that's not an unfair description. The game does have ungodly amounts of black, vicious...

Fade to Silence review: Nothing green left, only the cold

Fade to Silence review
Despite the clunky combat and confusing crafting system, my time with Fade to Silence was mostly fun, with many memorable moments. In Fade to Silence, the earth has turned into a post-apocalyptic frozen world, where horrific eldritch monstrosities roam free. To survive, you'll need to explore the wasteland, battling both the dynamic weather and...

Close to the Sun review: You better not get too close

Painfully slow and with a story that goes nowhere, Close to the Sun doesn't manage to do anything exciting with the intriguing world it creates. Developer Storm in a Teacup describes Close to the Sun as a "first-person story-driven horror game." They also describe it as "not BioShock," though it is clear the superb...

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered review: Go back in time and assassinate Hitler in 4K

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered review
Sniper Elite V2 Remastered looks good and offers all the DLC needed to enjoy the game to the fullest. And yet, it's just not enough to make this 2012 title feel fresh. I walk past the corpse of a Wehrmacht soldier, whose head my bullet just exploded, and find cover behind a burnt German...

Yuppie Psycho review: A perfect work-horror balance

Yuppie Psycho review
Yuppie Psycho takes the horrors of the modern workplace and dials them up to 11 thanks to twisted monsters, clever puzzles, and dark humor. The first day of any job is nerve-wracking enough without having to deal with landmines, acid-spitting zombies, and co-workers who are willing to trample all over you to get to...

Degrees of Separation review: A puzzle of ice and fire

Degrees of Separation review
Degrees of Separation is a cute, slightly challenging platformer best experienced with a loved one. Its charm lies in its co-op puzzles that sometimes overshadow the touching narrative. They say opposites attract. In Degrees of Separation, they can also freeze water, generate explosions, and even create magical bridges. But best of all, they can...

Anthem review: An epic battle between Iron Men and network issues

Anthem
Anthem's gameplay, visuals, and audio make you feel like a superhero. Unfortunately, numerous bugs and severe network issues can quickly spoil the experience. I just want to keep playing Anthem. I can't stop thinking about its satisfying action and vast world. Sadly, when I sit down to actually play it, I have to work...

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