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Cozy Grove is Animal Crossing but with ghosts

Ghosts are people too. Or, more accurately, ghosts were people too. They need a helpful hand every now and then just like the rest of us. Give ghosts all the help they need in the new slice-of-life game Cozy Grove from developer ...

 
 
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Tchia kinda has Breath of the Wild and Everything vibes

The second reveal at The Game Awards might end up being one of the most indescribable ones all night. The only way I can think to explain Tchia is through the lens of other games. Like, it has majestic open-world exploration (and para...

 
 
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Skipping Cyberpunk? Maybe try Call of the Sea

I don't know much about Call of the Sea but I instantly respect it for one reason: It's one of the few games that's willing to go head-to-head with Cyberpunk 2077. When most other publishers have turned tail and ran from the Cyberpunk...

 
 
 
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Review: Twin Mirror

Things have gone from bad to worse, from unfortunate to bizarre, and from Kinda Suspect to Super Murdery. That's Dontnod's MO, and everyone should know it by now. The French developer loves examining personal relationships, amplifying them ...

 
 
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Switch Port Report: Sam & Max Save the World Remastered

It’s a real shame the story of Telltale Games ended the way it did because, at one point in its brief history, it was one of the most exciting developers in the industry. With access to some of the top IPs, including The Walking Dead,...

 
 
 
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Review: Bugsnax

Playing Bugsnax while starting a diet is probably not the ideal way to enjoy the game. I'm sitting here doing my best to not think about food and the Grumpuses of this island keep asking me to chase down grinders with googly eyes or ci...

 
 
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Arkane's Deathloop goes guns blazing on May 21, 2021

The cat's out of the bag, and good thing the cat's got nine lives. Arkane's Deathloop and its endless lather, rinse, repeat cycle is set for next May. Except this isn't shampoo. It's murder and death. Yesterday, the New Zealand PlaySt...

 
 
 
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Review: The Red Lantern

There was a brief time in my childhood where I was obsessed with the Iditarod. The allure of that type of competition, just a guy and his dogs traveling the snowy wilds of Alaska, was enticing to a more youthful version of me. My obsession ...

 
 
 
 
 
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Review: 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim

Back in August, I wrote up a preview of Vanillaware's 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim that focused on the prologue to the full adventure. In my post, I said I'd written down several notes to keep track of everyone in the game and the respectiv...

 
 
 
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Review: Paradise Killer

What the heck was Killer7 even about? Japan being on the brink of war with the United States? Political parties being infiltrated by terrorists? Brutal assassinations being carried out against key political figures? It sounds like a Tom Cla...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Moon

I came into gaming in a time when Japan was king. All the biggest and best games created in the '80s and '90s came from development studios and publishers operating across the Pacific. This is back in a time when Mega Man was a top-tie...

 
 
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Contest: Win Creepy Tale for Switch

In today's contest you can win a creepy tale, in form of Creepy Tale, for Nintendo Switch! Welcome, September! Summer should be about winding down, giving us a much-needed reprieve from the heat and humidity. Shower us in your windy, leafy ...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Giraffe and Annika

As the gray hairs have slowly replaced the brown ones on my temples, I've become quite fond of shorter games. I don't mind diving into something meaty that takes me two weeks or more to complete, but with the color of my hair reminding me o...

 
 




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Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World"Now with 100% less boy"

 

Miitopia"Miis are back"

 

Knockout City"We built this city on balls and holes"

 

Biomutant"Old world underground, where are you now?"

 

Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster"The demon who wore tennis shoes"

 

Path of Exile: Ultimatum"Patch 3.14 brings the blood, sweat, and more blood"

 

Subnautica: Below Zero"A frigid new standalone story that can't quite fill the original game's flippers"

 

Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Wrath of the Druids"It's more Valhalla, for better or worse"

 

Famicom Detective Club"Murder, Yoshio Sakamoto Wrote"

 
 
 

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TheIntern

Playing my bi-weekly D&D game with a Lizardfolk Druid, Circle of Im loving his simple outlook, his monstrous habits, and maybe its the DM bein generous, but hes been a beast in Went and made a MTG card for

 
Virtua Kazama

GOODBYE OLD CHAIR! Its time for more Moonlighter, now with a better chair than what I was carrying in this photo!

 
SlimeyBearXXL979990

Damn never heard of Dodgeball Academia before now but after seeing a review or two and its trailer its looking pretty solid and will be a day one Gamepass game going to check it out a little for sure on

 
Flanx

I feel like Im existing just for the sake of it sometimes and its

 
Inquisitive Raven

A commission for Matt of Lotte Jansson from Little Witch Nice and simple, but I really like how it you wanna see a timelapse for it, feel free to check out my Patreon: More to come soon! BUMP!

 
RiffRaff

In one hour it will be 2 weeks without a cigarette! Getting a bit easier each day but still tough, especially after meals and a good Proud of myself! Pic

 
Whispering Willow

Ive posted in a comment already, but this card just gives me

 
Seymour

The cat person on the front page reminded me that Im still waiting for the Sly Cooper

 
SlimeyBearXXL979990

While I did think last month of Humble Bundle was a good bit dissapointing this month doesnt seem too Your getting Bloodstained,Superminal,Carto and As usual the rest of the bundle games seem iffy

 
 

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