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Mon Amour is the smooch 'em up we could all use right now

The annual Japanese indie festival BitSummit is going digital this year and is bringing fans 75 games from some of Japan's most prolific developers. Onion Games, which has had a presence at the festival many times in the past, will be on ha...

 
 
 
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Factorio bumped up its version 1.0 launch to August 14

After several successful years in Early Access, Factorio, one of the best-rated games on Steam, finally has a release date for version 1.0. The crazy-deep factory-building sim will launch on August 14, 2020. Here's the amusing part: that da...

 
 
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The Unliving is a necromancer roguelite game and I'm so down

Friday fact: More games could stand to let us play as legion-leading necromancers. The Unliving, a roguelite action-RPG from RocketBrush Studio and Team17, looks like it could be one of the good ones. You'll raise hordes of skeletons, sacr...

 
 
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Industria is another alternate-universe FPS to watch

Industria, a first-person shooter set in a parallel dimension "shortly before the end of the Cold War," looks cool enough. Not out-of-this-world cool, or give-it-to-me-now cool, but cool enough. It's the kind of game you might see pop up o...

 
 
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Giveaway: Bug Fables (NA: NSW, XB1, PS4)

Hello everyone! It's ya boy Phil, back with another sweet contest for you. On today's docket: Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling is making its console debut today. The game a lot of folks were comparing to Paper Mario is finally hitting ou...

 
 
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Sludge Life is free for a year, and you shouldn't sleep on it

If you're the kind of person who likes to spend time tracking down collectibles in strange go-with-the-flow game worlds, Sludge Life is worth playing. The surreal graffiti adventure game launched on the Epic Games Store today and it's free...

 
 
 
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Review: Signs of the Sojourner

Sometimes a video game comes along and is touted as the "[genre game] for people who hate [genre]." I think Signs of the Sojourner wants to be that game for deckbuilders. As someone who has been lukewarm on the genre as a whole, the id...

 
 
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Bloodstained's Randomizer update now available on Switch

Publisher 505 Games has released the "Randomizer" update for the Nintendo Switch edition of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night.Released for PS4, PC, and Xbox One back in early May, the new update will allow players who have achieved Bloodsta...

 
 
 
 
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Just Die Already is a grandma mutilator simulator

Combining a beloved barnyard animal with unbelievable physics proved to be a million-dollar idea for the developers of Goat Simulator. Even if it only provided a slight chuckle and several minutes of entertainment, the gif-able nature ...

 
 
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Orb Farm, an algae-growing aquarium game, is so relaxing

Growing up, I never had guppies or goldfish. Weirdly, I never even bothered to ask my parents for permission even though, in retrospect, they probably would've said yes. (I once had a pet turtle.) But I did get super into freshwater aqua...

 
 
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Lords of Exile captures the spirit of classic Castlevania

I love Symphony of the Night and its metroidvania ilk as much as anyone, but sometimes, I want to go back – all the way back. When the "less is more" mood strikes, there's no topping classic Castlevania. Lords of Exile sounds like it...

 
 
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Review: Huntdown

Remember when Punks were the bad guys in everything? When comics, movies, TV shows, and, in particular, arcade games of the '80s and early '90s all considered punks to be the street-walking vilification of society? From Class of 1984, to Fi...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The bizarre What the Golf? tees off on Nintendo Switch May 21

Triband's great "Golf game for people who hate golf" - What the Golf? - is finally ready to tee off on Nintendo Switch. The loopy links will be available to download from the Nintendo eShop on May 21, priced at around $20.Originally release...

 
 
 




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I remember talking excitedly about the N64 with a cousin of mine, back around 1997, and feeling all smug that it took TWO hands to count the number of different N64 games Id played (including those I didnt Simpler

 
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