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Outlast II (PC) Review

Outlast 2

Oh boy. Here we go, another horror game for me but this time I wasn’t prepared. Outlast II is a first-person perspective and atmosphere-driven horror title… and it’s really friggin’ terrifying. Outlast 2 Is Terrifying Ever since I played the first Outlast way back when it was released in 2013, I always …

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2Dark (PC) Review

From the twisted mind of Frédérick Raynal, the original creator of Alone in the Dark, comes 2Dark, a retro-styled survival horror title. Don’t let the unfitting corniness of the name fool you, 2Dark is anything but corny or light hearted. The Story The game begins on a normal family camping …

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Beholder (PC) Review

Beholder 1

We’ve got something a little different for you this time around. How many have you wondered what it is like to be a landlord? On the other hand, have you wondered what it would be like to live in a communist country? Well, you’re in luck, we are able to …

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Space Hulk: Deathwing (PC) Review

Is it worth venturing into the depths in Space Hulk: Deathwing? Warhammer 40k games seem to be all the rage nowadays. There are dozens upon dozens of them out there, covering everything from shooters, to space combat, to turn based strategy. Space Hulk: Deathwing aims to add to the pile, …

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The Dwarves (PC) Review

Sharpen your axe and fill your gut with beer. Everyone knows who Dwarves are, from the proud warriors of Tolken, to the lovable idiots of Dwarf Fortress. They’ve been an iconic part of fantasy for decades. The Dwarves is a game that focuses heavily on the short, bearded warriors and …

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Ginger: Beyond The Crystal PC Review

Ginger: Beyond The Crystal is an adventure, 3D platformer from indie developer Drakhar Studios. This story starts with a small, blue…thing. Birthed by a goddess in lights and sparkles in a clean, family friendly fashion. He was created as a sign from the goddess to the people that she is …

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Unbox (PC) Review

There was a time back in ol’ 2015. I remember the day clearly. I was aimlessly wandering around Eurogamer’s indie section, not looking for anything in particular. Just reading titles and looking at screens waiting for something new to jump out, grab me and scream in my face. As luck …

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