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Review: The Beginner’s Guide

The Beginner's Guide

  The Beginner’s Guide is a game about games. It’s not just about video games in general though; it is actually a collection of games by a man named Coda. These games provide insight into his life and personality in a way that no amount of explaining could do. The developer, Davey ...

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Expand Review


Expand provides a refreshing and relaxing break from the onslaught of huge triple A games released lately. Developed by Chris Johnson and Chris Larkin. released on 30th September 2015 for PC, Expand is a creatively beautiful, highly-polished, maze-based, meditative indie title that’s strangely emotional. Expand may have a minimalistic design ...

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Review: 80 Days


80 Days plays like a good book reads, with the additional freedom of setting out on your own path. The game was released for IOS and Android over a year ago, but with the PC port comes new stories and paths to follow. The game obviously has its roots in ...

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Review: Euclidean


I think it is important to ask what Euclid of Alexandria would think of a geometric horror game like Euclidean being named after him. I think it is also important to ask why it is named after him, and what a geometric horror game is. The game promises “No Zombies”, but ...

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Review: Lovers In A Dangerous Spacetime


Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is best described as the result of a mad scientist’s experiment which took the gameplay of Galiga, put it on a merry-go-round and force-fed it everything that went on sale a day after Valentine’s day. That is not to say the game isn’t enjoyable. In ...

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Review: UnderTale


My favorite part of indie games is their willingness to betray modern definitions of what makes a good video game to do their own thing. UnderTale defies normal definitions by using NES graphics. UnderTale betrays modern definitions by being an RPG where you can talk your way out of a ...

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Review: Ty The Tasmanian Tiger 4


We all remember that craze that happened at the very end of the nineties where the platformer genre was weirdly obsessed with furries, bringing us beloved characters such as Spyro the Dragon, Banjo-Kazooie and Crash Bandicoot, characters who were trying to be edgy or weird or cool in an attempt ...

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