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September 10th, 2015

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Review: Armello

Armello is a game I’ve had my eye on for quite some time. We haven’t seen a strong tactical board game on the PSN this generation yet, and I had high hopes that this would hit that target straight-on. With …

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September 2nd, 2015

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Review: Nova-111

The most difficult thing about Nova-111, I’ve found, is figuring out how to explain it to someone who isn’t a games aficionado. Funktronic Labs have made something special, and I want so very badly to share it with friends/family, but …

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August 30th, 2015

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Review: Goat Simulator

Coffee Stain Studios, the developers behind Goat Simulator, describe their game as being “completely stupid.” They also advise you to spend your money on something else, or perhaps pool it together with friends to buy a real goat. I’m not …

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August 25th, 2015

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Review: Back to Bed

When it was announced a little while ago, I was excited to learn that Back to Bed was coming to PlayStation platforms. The surrealist inspired puzzler looked like just my sort of game. I’m a closet surrealism enthusiast, with a …

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August 13th, 2015

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Review: Submerged

Submerged opens (after a lengthy loading screen) with a montage detailing a boat’s arrival into a sunken, plant-claimed city. The boat’s pilot is a young woman and the only other passenger is a younger boy. The silent introduction depicts a …

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August 7th, 2015

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Review: N++

Reviewing N++ has been interesting for me. Typically, I’ll play through a game with an analytic lens, taking notes of its various attributes and how they contribute to the work as a whole. There’s a balance beam in my brain …

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July 14th, 2015

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Review: Pneuma: Breath of Life

Pneuma: Breath of Life is a video game. But does that make it less valid; less real? What is real? The game was created by real people who purposefully made its graphical aesthetic look realistic, so it must be real …

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July 5th, 2015

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Review: Whispering Willows

Whispering Willows opens with daunting piano chords and a recurrent, faint sound of wailing voices. So sets the stage for this spooky historical fiction game by Night Light Interactive, published by LOOT. What’s great about Whispering Willows – its multi-faceted …

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July 1st, 2015

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Review: Project Root

Project Root pretends to be something it’s not really capable of living up to. Its flashy, impressive look is enough to draw you in but when you notice that the developers have made no attempts to make the game last …

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June 25th, 2015

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Review: Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-a-Fide Edition

I had heard of Skulls of the Shogun at various shows before. Like Orcs Must Die and a handful of other indies, it’s a game that gains a lot of accolades but was never on my appointments list due to …

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September 10th, 2015

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Armello

Armello is a game I’ve had my eye on for quite some time. We haven’t seen a strong tactical board game on the PSN this generation yet, and I had high hopes that this would hit that target straight-on. With …

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Read More

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September 2nd, 2015

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Review: Nova-111

The most difficult thing about Nova-111, I’ve found, is figuring out how to explain it to someone who isn’t a games aficionado. Funktronic Labs have made something special, and I want so very badly to share it with friends/family, but …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

August 30th, 2015

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Review: Goat Simulator

Coffee Stain Studios, the developers behind Goat Simulator, describe their game as being “completely stupid.” They also advise you to spend your money on something else, or perhaps pool it together with friends to buy a real goat. I’m not …

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August 25th, 2015

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Review: Back to Bed

When it was announced a little while ago, I was excited to learn that Back to Bed was coming to PlayStation platforms. The surrealist inspired puzzler looked like just my sort of game. I’m a closet surrealism enthusiast, with a …

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- 0 Comments

August 13th, 2015

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Review: Submerged

Submerged opens (after a lengthy loading screen) with a montage detailing a boat’s arrival into a sunken, plant-claimed city. The boat’s pilot is a young woman and the only other passenger is a younger boy. The silent introduction depicts a …

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August 7th, 2015

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Review: N++

Reviewing N++ has been interesting for me. Typically, I’ll play through a game with an analytic lens, taking notes of its various attributes and how they contribute to the work as a whole. There’s a balance beam in my brain …

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- 0 Comments

July 14th, 2015

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Review: Pneuma: Breath of Life

Pneuma: Breath of Life is a video game. But does that make it less valid; less real? What is real? The game was created by real people who purposefully made its graphical aesthetic look realistic, so it must be real …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

July 5th, 2015

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Review: Whispering Willows

Whispering Willows opens with daunting piano chords and a recurrent, faint sound of wailing voices. So sets the stage for this spooky historical fiction game by Night Light Interactive, published by LOOT. What’s great about Whispering Willows – its multi-faceted …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

July 1st, 2015

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Review: Project Root

Project Root pretends to be something it’s not really capable of living up to. Its flashy, impressive look is enough to draw you in but when you notice that the developers have made no attempts to make the game last …

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- 0 Comments

June 25th, 2015

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Review: Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-a-Fide Edition

I had heard of Skulls of the Shogun at various shows before. Like Orcs Must Die and a handful of other indies, it’s a game that gains a lot of accolades but was never on my appointments list due to …

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Read More