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Prey Leaves You Hunting for a Challenge

Despite its best efforts, Prey ends up feeling shallow and incomplete — the product of too many ideas and a lack of focus.

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Stories: The Path of Destinies is a Page Turner, Mostly

Stories: The Path of Destinies¬†is a game about a book, and a fox named Reynardo who reads it. This literate fox is also¬†a sky pirate, a soldier in… Continue reading

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A First Look at Torment: Tides of Numenera

What struck me first about Torment: Tide of Numenera was how much fun I was already having during the introduction. Presented with lost “memories,” I was given a… Continue reading

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Kingdom’s Atmosphere Reigns Supreme

Night falls, and I watch my archers lob volley after volley into a horde of purple-eyed imps. Those struck melt and dissipate into the ground with a satisfying… Continue reading

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Off-Peak: the Curation Station

A friend of mine recommended me this small indie title, Off-Peak, at around 2 in the morning. I like checking things out in the early morning because either… Continue reading

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The Final Station Presents a Railside Picnic

The Final Station, developed by Do My Best and published by tinyBuild, debuted on Steam this August. I bought it the day it came out, excited to watch… Continue reading

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Mankind Divided: I Asked for This

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was a long-awaited release, but received some mixed reviews. After playing the game myself, I can say that while Deus Ex: Mankind Divided transitions… Continue reading

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