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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap review

The ubiquity of game remakes is hardly surprising. After all, it’s cost-effective for publishers to either emulate yesteryear’s titles (see the release of this week’s The Disney Afternoon Collection) or port over existing code over ...

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New Game Releases: April 20th-26th, 2017

With the provocatively named Booty Diver might draw attention, it’s the release of Everything that is poised to really perplex players. From the proclamation “Everything is 20% off on Steam” to “Everything is being released ...

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The Silver Case review

While success can stimulate bigger budgets, and a push toward larger audiences, it’s an artist’s early efforts that can be remarkably revealing. Largely, that’s the case with The Silver Case, a title designed, directed, and ...

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The Sexy Brutale review

While cherished by board game fans, Clue’s Tudor Mansion is only an iota as interesting as The Sexy Brutale. Owned by a mysterious aristocrat referred to as ‘The Marquis’, the game’s setting is a sprawling ...

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New Game Releases: April 13th-19th, 2017

Between Guardians of the Galaxy receiving the Telltale treatment and Dark Souls III getting a retail release which bundles the base game with the Ashes of Ariandel and Ringed City expansions, this week’s schedule of ...

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Yōdanji: The Roguelike review

Considering the industry’s proclivity for procedurally-generated dungeons and perma-death, there’s a strong possibility that you’re well acquainted with the rogue-like. Genre entries task players with taking a turn-based expedition, upholding an existence using found items, ...

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Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition review

Although first- and third-person shooters can be delightfully immersive, there’s a time when circle-strafing and cover-based mechanics can become a bit tedious. Through the late 2000s, a number of developers injected a bit of innovation ...

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A Rose in the Twilight review

Postmodernism, by nature, sidesteps easy classification and universal tenets, shirking the ability to be confined into a convenient little package. But the movement might provide one insight that gamers will likely agree with: every story ...

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New Game Releases: April 6th-12th, 2017

With a high-definition remake of Bulletstorm, a spiritual successor to the Banjo-Koozie franchise, and a melancholic puzzle platformer named A Rose in the Twilight, this week’s schedule of new game releases extends several promising titles. ...

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