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I very much enjoyed playing QBEH-1, which we reviewed on it’s release last year. A relaxing 3D puzzle game – with some moments of vertigo and related tension – it involved progressing though several worlds, so...
Already veterans of two successful Kickstarter campaigns, developers KING Art have today announced the launch of their next project, a Kickstarter for mass battle action RPG The Dwarves. Based on a five volume series of novels ...
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Kickstarter is more and more becoming a common staple of video game funding, and Divinity: Original Sin 2 is showing how it works (sometimes). In less than 12 hours, Larian Studios raised their USD$500,000 target to better deve...
Guillermo Del Toro – famed movie writer/director who leaps great bounds between astonishingly talented (Pan’s Labyrinth) and results that could only be made worse if they were physically jammed into your eyes (Blade II) &...
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August rolls in, and if this month’s Games with Gold are anything to go by, we should start preparing ourselves to survive the post-apocalyptic world. And also to relive the Cold War era, the fear of which inspired so muc...
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