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Review: Superliminal

It's all a matter of perspective. If there's one thing Superliminal hopes to hammer home -- thoroughly, repeatedly, exhaustively -- it's this. There's no single universally-correct approach to every problem. Sometimes creativity is nee...

 
 
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Review: Disney Tsum Tsum Festival

Tsum Tsums: kids love 'em, parents hate 'em! If you haven't seen these little worm-like mascot creatures before you will at some point in your life (whether it's due to a future kid, nephew/niece, or what have you). The gist is that th...

 
 
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Dandy Dungeon sets its sights on Steam

Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada is certainly the little title that could. After originally launching as a free-to-play app for mobile, where it found a small but thirsty fanbase, it seemed it might be lost to history when it was ...

 
 
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Harvest Moon: Mad Dash is not ripe for picking just yet

It seems Natsume's Harvest Moon: Mad Dash isn't quite ripe just yet, as the fast-paced multiplayer title has missed its launch date of October 29, and will now be releasing on PS4 and Nintendo Switch on November 5.As previously reported, th...

 
 
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Dr. Donkey Kong will see you now in Dr. Mario World

A selection of new medical experts are heading to Nintendo's mobile puzzle game Dr. Mario World, allowing players to harness the medicinal experience and anatomy expertise of a selection of classic franchise starsDr. Donkey Kong and Dr. Did...

 
 
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Review: Manifold Garden

Manifold Garden is what you'd get if you slipped M.C. Escher's Relativity into an art-to-video-game converter. Shifting gravity to walk up walls, leaping off the edge of the world only to fall from the sky and land right back where you star...

 
 
 
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Manifold Garden is finally done and it's out this week

Nearly seven years later, it's time to lose ourselves in the "Escher-esque" world of Manifold Garden. Designer William Chyr is releasing his recursive puzzle-adventure game on the Epic Games Store and Apple Arcade on October 18, 2019. To t...

 
 
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Review: Stela

Charles Caleb Colton once said, "Imitation is the sincerest [form] of flattery." Clearly, Mr. Colton never owned iPhone. Since the launch of the App Store, it has become a cesspool of hastily thrown together titles that mimic, rip-off, or s...

 
 
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Review: Concrete Genie

Although big studios tend to boast about their so-called "AAA" projects the most, a number of them have a stable of impressive, smaller-scale developers under their wing that bring the indie heat. Microsoft signed Moon Studios for Ori and t...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Assemble With Care

One of the great things about the mobile platform is it's ripe with opportunities for developers who want to create small, narrative-driven or experimental games. One of the worst things about the mobile ecosystem is it's largely unsupporti...

 
 
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Review: Grindstone

When a puzzle game's central mechanic is seared in your mind to the extent that it vividly flashes before you every time you close your eyes, you know you've overdone it. That's precisely where I'm at right now with Capybara's new puzzler G...

 
 
 
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Review: Untitled Goose Game

Honk honk honk honk honk honk honk honk honk (wing flap) honk honk honk honk honk honk honk honk (break pint glass) honk honk honk honk honk honk honk honk (steal bra) honk honk honk honk honk honk honk honk (turn neighbors against one anot...

 
 
 
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Harvest Moon: Mad Dash gives new meaning to fast food

Natsume has given us a look at the next title in the classic farming franchise Harvest Moon. Harvest Moon: Mad Dash sees the typically relaxed adventure series hit the gas for wild multiplayer mayhem.Headed to PS4 and Nintendo Switch this f...

 
 
 
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Review: Creature in the Well

There is one sure-fire way to get me to pay attention to your upcoming game: just tell me it’s something I like with pinball. “It’s a metroidvania…with pinball!” Consider the physical edition purchased. &ldquo...

 
 
 
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Review: Catherine: Full Body

Atlus is one hell of a company. Following up on its success with the Persona, Shin Megami Tensei, and Etrian Odyssey series, the publisher decided to release a little old game about climbing blocks in a nightmarish hellscape and naviga...

 
 




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Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series - Episode 3"The deal is done: it cannot be altered"

 

Pokemon Shield"Oh, baby, baby, it's a wild area"

 

Golem"An action-adventure gem that requires some patience"

 

Pokemon Sword"The pen is mightier"

 

Terminator: Resistance"You won't be back"

 

Google Stadia"Stream, stream, stream Señora"

 

Gylt"Stadia gets spooky"

 

Guildlings"Friends through eternity, loyalty, honesty..."

 
 
 

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ShadeOfLight

Any Pokémon Shield player wanna figure out Link Trading and give me a Galarian Ponyta for a Galarian Farfetchd? I still dont know all of the version exclusives (I dont even know all the Pokémon yet, period), but I do know I want that Little

 
Electric Reaper

Given how the party members behaved, Magnus wasnt that bad of a GM, all things

 
LastKingofHearts

Cayde-6 painting is off to its new home Instagram @upinsmokeproductions

 
Punished Nietzsche

after all these years, all the stuff ive been though and regardless how ALRIGHT, IM READY THIS TIME peep talk i do, this freaking moment still makes me Goddammit Pixar!!

 
Nathan D

FRIDAY

 
RenaudB90

3 seperate people have told me this little guy reminds them of I guess I kinda see

 
bong264

The greatest secret santa gift anyone could ask I finally got my Gold!

 
taterchimp

Posting a very long and very personal blog tomorrow at noon about all the games I played, and why 2019 was a giant dumpster Bump: should be up shortly

 
ScionVyse

Anotha one

 
ooktar

Its not even Thanksgiving and you guys already got Secret Santa planned out? Goddammit!

 
 

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