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Contest: Win a Switch copy of Safety First!

The name of the game is safety in today's contest for a Switch copy of Safety First! I don't think I've ever been this happy in my entire life. Seriously. Well, maybe once. But this is definitely the second happiest I've ever been. And it's...

 
 
 
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Contest: Win a Switch copy of Back to Bed

Wake up for today's contest and you could win a Switch copy of Back to Bed! You might have heard that I like weird games. I like them so much that I've started rounding them up to share with you, the gentle readers, in a weekly feature. As ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Contest: Win a Steam copy of Catherine Classic

Get weird with this contest for Catherine Classic for Steam! I've never played Catherine, mostly because I felt shame enough even having the box on my shelf. I thought surely I'd get weird looks from anyone passing if they saw me playing it...

 
 
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Review: Vane

Video games have really changed as a storytelling medium. What was once a casual dash from left-to-right, dropping baddies and collecting shiny objects, opened up into new realms of drama, narrative, and even philosophical messages. Of cour...

 
 
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Tag-fighter Kizuna Encounter returns on modern platforms

Hamster has released another old-school SNK title via their Neo Geo Classics range. Here's a suprise, its a forgotten, colourful fighting game from the mid-'90s. Kizuna Encounter is now available on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.Release...

 
 
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Catherine Classic is available on Steam right now

And Boom. After weeks of rumours and rankings, Atlus has finally launched Catherine Classic on PC, via the Steam platform. This release is an upscaled edition of the 2011 puzzle title, which blends box-shifting, tower-climbing action with a...

 
 
 
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SNK's obscure fighter Ragnagard returns on Nintendo Switch

It's a new year, and Hamster are already continuing their pledge to re-release hundreds of arcade classics on modern platforms. This week sees the return of a particularly obscure SNK title, Ragnagard, which has been dusted off for the Nint...

 
 
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Review: GRIS

Are Games Art? Cool your jets, I'm not going down that route. Do people still care about the answer to that question? Maybe they do. I sure don't - just games, innit? Sometimes they're great, sometimes they aren't. Sometimes they pick you u...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Katamari Damacy REROLL

It’s been 14 years since Katamari Damacy graced us with its bizarro charm and broken family dynamics, but the King of All Cosmos is back in full HD and it’s up to you to do the (literal) groundwork so the universe can be whole...

 
 
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Review: Killer7

Over the last decade, gaming auteur Suda51 has become a force to be reckoned with. His games have subverted standard video game tropes and provided some of the zaniest and most esoteric experiences around. Pick any random title from his cat...

 
 
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Review: Damsel

There's a little-known Australian exploitation flick called Thirst. Released way back in 1979, it stars Henry Silva as the head of a massive corporation that has made big business out of vampirism, kidnapping innocents, and siphoning their ...

 
 
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Ode to a Moon will send you on a cosmic-horror trip

You won't be up against monsters or jump-scares in Colorfiction's Ode to a Moon; instead, you'll find an unsettling atmosphere and the knowledge that something has gone terribly, horribly awry. There's probably nothing you can do to set thi...

 
 
 
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Atomic Heart has one highly unsettling clown

Atomic Heart looks like one of the most visually intriguing first-person shooters in a good long while. I'm stoked! A large part of my curiosity can be traced to its strange setting and enemy designs. In developer Mundfish's alternate-histo...

 
 
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ZUPAPA! returns on modern platforms, nope, me neither

While most of the SNK titles re-released by funsters Hamster of from the early-to-mid '90s, this week saw the publisher head into the latter days of SNK pre-bankruptcy, with obscure platformer Zupapa! available now on PS4, Xbox One and Nint...

 
 




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