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Review: Minoria

You might not know the name "Bombservice," but you probably know about Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight if you follow Metroidvanias in any fashion. Reverie was a fantastic 2016 release that really put the studio on the map, far be...

 
 
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Trine 4 is a whimsical return to form for the series

When I was first sold on Trine, all I needed to hear is that it was vaguely similar to The Lost Vikings. I sought it out that very day. Over time, the magic of Trine kind of waned a bit, and the dream almost came crashing down entirely...

 
 
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Don't miss Celeste and Inside while they're free on Epic

It doesn't get much better than Celeste and Inside, and this week, you don't have to pick between these two cherished titles. They're both free on PC through the Epic Games Store until September 5. Celeste isn't just a pixel-perfect platfor...

 
 
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Blasphemous has a limited-time PC demo and I'm way into it

We've been optimistic about Blasphemous for what feels like years now, and with the end in sight, developer The Game Kitchen has seen fit to release a half-hour-ish PC demo for its bleak, religious action-platformer title. The first thing I...

 
 
 
 
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Human: Fall Flat just got another free level

If you're patient (and you have a good co-op buddy), Human: Fall Flat is the gift that keeps on giving. Developer No Brakes added another free level to the manic physics platformer this week. The level, Steam, is a short but sweet series of...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Witcheye

This year hasn't exactly been the best on the books for mobile gaming. Many of the biggest titles have so far failed to meet expectations and much of what is on the horizon isn't exactly painting a glowing picture of mobile's future. Howeve...

 
 
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Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair goes to bat in October

From today, the midpoint of August, it's exactly 2.5 months until the end of October. By then, we'll have our hands on a new 2.5D mascot platformer that has a popular name attached to it. Playtonic Games has revealed that Yooka-Laylee and ...

 
 
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At last! A Hat in Time hits Nintendo Switch on October 18

A Hat in Time for Nintendo Switch has shifted from an eternal "coming soon" window to a real release date: October 18, 2019. It's been a long journey to get to this point, but it should be worth the wait. The Switch version of A Hat in Time...

 
 
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Spelunky 2 unlikely to release in 2019

Spelunky is an all-time great, and I'm confident that Spelunky 2 will also be fantastic. But we won't know for sure until next year, most likely – the PS4 and PC sequel is no longer slated for a 2019 release. "Development is still go...

 
 
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Review: Electronic Super Joy 2

One of the most influential indie games ever released was Team Meat's Super Meat Boy. A tremendous success story for the small team, it created a paradigm shift for what people would come to expect from homegrown platformers. Pretty much im...

 
 
 
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Contest: Cause vampiric distress with a copy of Damsel

Enter our contest and win your own copy of Damsel for PC, Xbox One, or Switch! There's nothing I love more than a kickass female lead in a video game. Unfortunately, we don't get nearly as many as we deserve. Give me more Lara Crofts, and f...

 
 
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Trine 4 is all set for an October launch

Publisher Modus Games has announced that Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince will be launching on October 8, 2019, for $29.99. Available for all major platforms, this latest installment in the series will be released concurrently with the Trine:...

 
 
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TY the Tasmanian Tiger launches Switch Kickstarter campaign

Krome Studios has begun a crowdfunding campaign in efforts to get their 3D platformer TY the Tasmanian Tiger onto Nintendo Switch. Fans of the genre may remember TY from his original 2002 appearance on PS2, Xbox and Gamecube, before being p...

 
 
 
 
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Ubisoft China announces Rabbids: Adventure Party for Switch

Ubisoft China has announced a brand new entry in the Rabbids line of games. Coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch in China, Rabbids: Adventure Party will see the obnoxious characters travel back to ancient China and explore a world inspire...

 
 
 




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In other sale news, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is going for $18 on I hope it stays that price until I get paid next!

 
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Never heard of this game But it sounds great! I wonder if it will ever jump to

 
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Welp, I finally got back ALL my party members in Dragon Quest XI this weekend!

 
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I played the browser game First time, I tried being vaguely competent, filled the meters, and nothing 2nd time, I tried to be the absolute worst, and got The game has a clear

 
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