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Will Fight For Food offers a nice break for the price and is well worth playing. The graphics and simplicity are not going to satisfy a major game craving but the dialog and relationship system have some value. The ability to p...
Where Angels Cry is a casual game and won’t take you very long but it’s very well done. There is not a lot to the game but everything in it is solid. Nice visuals, nice voice overs, with puzzles and scenarios that make sense. ...
Journey - The Heart Of Gaia is a fun romp through a really gorgeous landscape of fascinating creatures and environments. While it does suffer from a cliche and hackneyed story and poor voice acting, it's the high quality of the...
Nightmares from the Deep: the Cursed Heart offers challenging gameplay and a story that is in turns eerie and heartwarming. As you uncover the secrets of Captain Remington’s life, it soon becomes apparent that true love reall...
When you mix together the gameplay, the graphics, the soundtrack and the storyline, Hotline Miami stands out as one of the surprise hits of the year. It's the combination of these elements that makes for such a compelling body ...
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