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Adios Review

“A pig farmer decides he no longer wants to dispose of bodies for the mob. What follows is a discussion between you, and the hitman who will have to kill you if he can’t convince you to st...

What Comes After Review

“What Comes After is a side-scrolling adventure and a heartwarming story about learning how to love yourself. Help Vivi finds herself through a journey that takes her to where people go after th...

Lancelot’s Hangover Review

The Steam page describes Lancelot’s Hangover as “Monkey Island meets Monty Python’s Holy Grail” and that’s exactly what you can expect from this point-and-click adventure...

Röki Review

Röki is a point-and-click adventure game that takes place in a Scandinavian folklore setting. You play as a young girl looking for her brother, who has been kidnapped by a giant monster. What perils w...

The Almost Gone Review

The Almost Gone is another Belgian-made game I’ve seen through multiple stages of its development, but I’ve never had the opportunity to play past the first chapter until now. The visual s...

Lost Ember Review

If you follow videogame Kickstarter campaigns, you may have seen Lost Ember going around. The campaign raised over 300K (with a 100K) goal and people were eagerly anticipating its release. The first t...

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Brukel Game Review

The concept of Brukel Game is pretty unique. It is unlike anything I’ve ever played before; The main purpose is immortalizing the memories of the developer’s grandmother, who lived through...

The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan Review

The Dark Pictures is a new anthology format by Supermassive Games, the studio that brought us the delightfully horrific Until Dawn. In Man of Medan, the first entry in what is going to be a trilogy, w...

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