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The Swine (Pig Head Cult Flash Horror Game)

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The Swine (Pig Head Cult Flash Horror Game)

  Short games are underrated. I know, I know, you want to delve deep into the recesses of horror for hours on end, but sometimes you don't need as much as you think. All it takes is a little of the unexplained, creeper moments, puzzles, and questions about WTF any of it means. That's the […]

Blasphemous (Foul Metroidvania Inquisition Murder Game)

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Blasphemous (Foul Metroidvania Inquisition Murder Game)

  Yeah wow. Let's just make that the review; save you some time. Not me though because it took me like 15 minutes to write that. And it will take you about a million times that to fully conquer everything in this masterfully foul Spanish entry into the metroidvania genre, Blasphemous. It's rare I find […]

WRATH: Aeon of Ruin (Screaming Demon Booger Gun Game)

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WRATH: Aeon of Ruin (Screaming Demon Booger Gun Game)

  Kind of like retro thrash, usually a retro-style shooter can get the blood moving quickly. Anyone familiar with the genre can pop off a number of classics, and I won't waste your time doing that here. What I will waste your time on is WRATH: Aeon of Ruin, a Quake-engine gore blast that will […]

The Blind Prophet (Infernal Point-and-Click Cyberpunk Noir)

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The Blind Prophet (Infernal Point-and-Click Cyberpunk Noir)

  Boy do I appreciate a little bit of dis oh baby. That infernal demon action is what I'm talking about hell yeah. Looking at the above header I designed from a screencap you're probably like you...sick...freak, but I'm merely savoring the sweet taste of point-and-click madness that this game is built upon, nothing more, […]

The Beast Inside (Eternal Family Curse with Brezhnev Spies Game)

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The Beast Inside (Eternal Family Curse with Brezhnev Spies Game)

  I've seen some call this game confused, conflicted, uncertain of its identity, etc. I can understand why, but like maybe you don't know what you want to be, so how about some of that huh? For first-person survival horror that melds two entirely separate time periods together using spookery and fooking Brezhnev-era Stagnation Soviet […]

Daymare: 1998 (Deliberate Zombie Horror Homage)

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Daymare: 1998 (Deliberate Zombie Horror Homage)

  Ugh another "zombies are everywhere I must run and shoot them to survive" game? Yes, there are zombies and yes you will be running and, wait, yes you will be shooting at them, but there's more to Daymare: 1998 than rebooting the past. Everything about it sounds typical, but it's entirely intentional. Taking its […]

Die Young (Socialist Dystopia Survival Horror)

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Die Young (Socialist Dystopia Survival Horror)

  Die Young is a first-person survival horror excursion into your wildist "rich white study abroad live laugh love but really just drinking" dreams from Indiegala, where you control Daphne, extreme sports enthusiast turned kidnapee on a mysterious island where a bunch of socialist freaks are working on utopia. As usual, that means killing anyone […]

Beyond Senses (Indie Appstore Horror Throwback)

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Beyond Senses (Indie Appstore Horror Throwback)

  I always have some form of compelling respect for a solo developer trying to bring a dark, hellspawn of a vision to life with blood, sweat, and tears. That’s why it’s all the more of a bummer to see indie developer Sky Haubrich’s co-operative survival horror game Beyond Senses join the "dead on launch" […]

Control (Hype is Real Psychic Warfare Game)

Control (Hype is Real Psychic Warfare Game)

  Reviewing video games is hard. You can't toss out critique after brief play, it leads to score bloating. "This game looks great," you say after two minutes, and then "but wow does it suck" after two hours. IGN review already published? Oh well. So I've always tried to make sure I give a complete […]

Night Call (Text-Based Noir Taxi Tedium)

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Night Call (Text-Based Noir Taxi Tedium)

  I can remember hype text-based adventure games in the early 1980s. They still exist, but the market is quite niche. Read? Lol, I'm playing a game. Not an easy sell these days, that reading business, but a serial killer noir thriller? Easy victory. Or, rather, it could be. In Night Call you're a Parisian […]

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