• Dark Souls 3 {Review}

    Dark Souls 3 {Review}

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    “As a nostalgic finale to the Dark Souls franchise, Dark Souls 3 is a gorgeous, fantastic, challenging and brilliantly built game.”

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  • Deponia Doomsday {Review}

    Deponia Doomsday {Review}

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    “While visually Deponia Doomsday is a work of art, the direction in which the problem-solving went resulted in a nearly 20-hour adventure that quickly grew tedious.”

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  • Stardew Valley {Review}

    Stardew Valley {Review}

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    “Even though I’ve spent 60 hours there so far, I’m not ready to leave Stardew Valley just yet.”

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    SUPERHOT {Review}

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    “SUPERHOT is a thrilling game. It’s simple to get into and works very well as a quick jump in, jump out distraction.”

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Moon Hunters {Review}

Moon Hunters {Review}
“Quick playthroughs and unlockables made it feel like I was accomplishing something, but there's not much depth here.”[Read Article]

Dark Souls 3 {Review}

Dark Souls 3 {Review}
“As a nostalgic finale to the Dark Souls franchise, Dark Souls 3 is a gorgeous, fantastic, challenging and brilliantly built game.”[Read Article]

The Witness {Review}

The Witness {Review}
“This is the greatest puzzle game I have ever played in my life.”[Read Article]

Deponia Doomsday {Review}

Deponia Doomsday {Review}
“While visually Deponia Doomsday is a work of art, the direction in which the problem-solving went resulted in a nearly 20-hour adventure that quickly grew tedious.”[Read Article]

Stardew Valley {Review}

Stardew Valley {Review}
“Even though I’ve spent 60 hours there so far, I’m not ready to leave Stardew Valley just yet.”[Read Article]

SUPERHOT {Review}

SUPERHOT {Review}
“SUPERHOT is a thrilling game. It’s simple to get into and works very well as a quick jump in, jump out distraction.”[Read Article]

Knee Deep {Review}

Knee Deep {Review}
“Even though the first act showcases great promise thanks to an intriguing story, compelling choices and interesting characters, the remaining two acts fail to capitalize on that potential.”[Read Article]

Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part II

Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part II {Review}
The White March Part II is simply more of Pillars of Eternity. There is no question that you will enjoy this additional content, especially if you’re a new player or if you’re planning a repeated playthrough of the entire game.[Read Article]

The Town of Light {Review}

The Town of Light {Review}
“The Town of Light is engrossing, poignant and unsettling. Not only is it an extremely important game in the grand scheme of things as it opens the medium up to the exploration of new subject matter, it’s also an exceptional game in its own right that shouldn’t be missed.”[Read Article]

Suits: A Business RPG {Review}

Suits: A Business RPG {Review}
"I'd recommend people try it out because it's only a dollar and they might walk away find the world entertaining. I know I've bought worse things for a dollar."[Read Article]

Karaski: What Goes Up... {Review}

Karaski: What Goes Up... {Review}
"Karaski is a unique mystery game that opens the book but lets the player fill in the pages. Sneak your way through the legendary airship to uncover the truth behind the saboteur."[Read Article]

American Truck Simulator {Review}

American Truck Simulator {Review}
“Driving a truck just feels right, the range of options and customization is staggering, the progression system is rewarding, and the game simply has that special something that makes it so utterly compelling.”[Read Article]

Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part 2

Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part 2 {Review}
"Since the 3.0 update that launched the same day as Part 2 added a lot of stuff, it feels like this final expansion is light in features."[Read Article]

Torment: Tides of Numenera {Early Access Review}

Torment: Tides of Numenera {Early Access Review}
“Torment: Tides of Numenera is a different type of RPG, one that emphasizes storytelling, decision-making and world building. It's imaginative, strange and full of wonder.”[Read Article]

Maximum Override {Early Access Review}

Maximum Override {Early Access Review}
“Maximum Override is definitely a promising game as destructive mayhem is inherently entertaining, but it needs a lot of work if it wants to become anything more than a short-term distraction.”[Read Article]

Fallout 4 {Review}

Fallout 4 {Review}
"Fallout 4 stays close to the Fallout formula while making the action feel better but takes a step back with the storytelling and RPG elements. The result is a sequel that takes one step forward and a few steps back."[Read Article]

Firewatch {Review}

Firewatch {Review}
"You'll want to play Firewatch. It's that simple."[Read Article]

Grip {Early Access Review}

Grip {Early Access Review}
"If Caged Element makes good on its promise, we'll not only get a worthy spiritual successor to the Rollcage series, but a fantastic combat racing game in its own right."[Read Article]
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Moon Hunters {Review}

Moon Hunters {Review}
“Quick playthroughs and unlockables made it feel like I was accomplishing something, but there's not much depth here.”[Read Article]

Dark Souls 3 {Review}

Dark Souls 3 {Review}
“As a nostalgic finale to the Dark Souls franchise, Dark Souls 3 is a gorgeous, fantastic, challenging and brilliantly built game.”[Read Article]

The Witness {Review}

The Witness {Review}
“This is the greatest puzzle game I have ever played in my life.”[Read Article]

Deponia Doomsday {Review}

Deponia Doomsday {Review}
“While visually Deponia Doomsday is a work of art, the direction in which the problem-solving went resulted in a nearly 20-hour adventure that quickly grew tedious.”[Read Article]

Stardew Valley {Review}

Stardew Valley {Review}
“Even though I’ve spent 60 hours there so far, I’m not ready to leave Stardew Valley just yet.”[Read Article]

SUPERHOT {Review}

SUPERHOT {Review}
“SUPERHOT is a thrilling game. It’s simple to get into and works very well as a quick jump in, jump out distraction.”[Read Article]

Knee Deep {Review}

Knee Deep {Review}
“Even though the first act showcases great promise thanks to an intriguing story, compelling choices and interesting characters, the remaining two acts fail to capitalize on that potential.”[Read Article]

Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part II

Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part II {Review}
The White March Part II is simply more of Pillars of Eternity. There is no question that you will enjoy this additional content, especially if you’re a new player or if you’re planning a repeated playthrough of the entire game.[Read Article]

The Town of Light {Review}

The Town of Light {Review}
“The Town of Light is engrossing, poignant and unsettling. Not only is it an extremely important game in the grand scheme of things as it opens the medium up to the exploration of new subject matter, it’s also an exceptional game in its own right that shouldn’t be missed.”[Read Article]

Suits: A Business RPG {Review}

Suits: A Business RPG {Review}
"I'd recommend people try it out because it's only a dollar and they might walk away find the world entertaining. I know I've bought worse things for a dollar."[Read Article]

Karaski: What Goes Up... {Review}

Karaski: What Goes Up... {Review}
"Karaski is a unique mystery game that opens the book but lets the player fill in the pages. Sneak your way through the legendary airship to uncover the truth behind the saboteur."[Read Article]

American Truck Simulator {Review}

American Truck Simulator {Review}
“Driving a truck just feels right, the range of options and customization is staggering, the progression system is rewarding, and the game simply has that special something that makes it so utterly compelling.”[Read Article]

Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part 2

Pillars of Eternity: The White March Part 2 {Review}
"Since the 3.0 update that launched the same day as Part 2 added a lot of stuff, it feels like this final expansion is light in features."[Read Article]

Torment: Tides of Numenera {Early Access Review}

Torment: Tides of Numenera {Early Access Review}
“Torment: Tides of Numenera is a different type of RPG, one that emphasizes storytelling, decision-making and world building. It's imaginative, strange and full of wonder.”[Read Article]

Maximum Override {Early Access Review}

Maximum Override {Early Access Review}
“Maximum Override is definitely a promising game as destructive mayhem is inherently entertaining, but it needs a lot of work if it wants to become anything more than a short-term distraction.”[Read Article]

Fallout 4 {Review}

Fallout 4 {Review}
"Fallout 4 stays close to the Fallout formula while making the action feel better but takes a step back with the storytelling and RPG elements. The result is a sequel that takes one step forward and a few steps back."[Read Article]

Firewatch {Review}

Firewatch {Review}
"You'll want to play Firewatch. It's that simple."[Read Article]

Grip {Early Access Review}

Grip {Early Access Review}
"If Caged Element makes good on its promise, we'll not only get a worthy spiritual successor to the Rollcage series, but a fantastic combat racing game in its own right."[Read Article]

Sorcery! (Parts 1 & 2) {Review}

Sorcery! (Parts 1 & 2) {Review}
“Sorcery! is well-written, the choices engage the player at every turn, but the game is dragged down by several simplistic, and ultimately unnecessary, elements.”[Read Article]

Tony Crashes Prologue Games Booth {Video}

Tony Crashes Prologue Games Booth {Video}
"I swing by PAX South in San Antonio and "surprise" interview several indie game developers. Here is the first one I would like to show you with Prologue Games showcasing their game Knee Deep."[Read Article]
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