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This year SI has provided a lot of polish to existing features such as navigation screens and the match engine which really come across in the game.
Poignant, funny, dark and deliciously executed. This is a masterclass in how to wrap up a series yet still leave your players wanting more.
What Mike Bithell, and his cohorts as Mike Bithell Games, have created is an incredibly compact and slick distillation of the stealth genre. They’ve extrapolated the very essence of what the stealth genre was conceived as and p...
You've just been put in charge of a new pharmaceutical company, and it's time to start making pills – and profit.
Since sporting games began, it's been a race to develop gameplay that actually works, and this might be the best example so far. Fun and easy to pick up - something for everyone. Except rugby players.
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Tales from the Borderlands has transcended its inherrited lineage and become something truly impressive in its own right. Becoming one of 2015's essential purchases.
King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember marks a very solid start to the new 5-part series. It manages to capture the spirit of the original games, as well as the snappy writing, and transpose them with a more modern game with a hint...
Not a Hero is baked with many ingredients, with retro styling and modern game mechanics, and letting humour into the gameplay without it detracting too much. It's something that is adult if not entirely mature; personally, I ha...
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...
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