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Amid Evil VR (Dark Fantasy VR Death LARP)

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Amid Evil VR (Dark Fantasy VR Death LARP)

  What a treat this one is. New Blood Interactive is already legendary for its retro-inspired FPS titles like Dusk or its legendary, oddball pixel horror title FAItH. A personal favorite of mine, and one I played in-depth, as well as reviewed on this site (look it up yourself lazy), is Amid Evil, an FPS […]

The Case of the Golden Idol (Gruesome Deaths Point-and-Click Detective Game)

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The Case of the Golden Idol (Gruesome Deaths Point-and-Click Detective Game)

  The Case of the Golden Idol is in the style of point and click adventures from the early 2000s mixed with a modern macabre flair akin to the likes of Return of the Obra Dinn. It asks you to be the detective with as little hand-holding as possible, throwing you into a world with […]

Bleak Faith: Forsaken (Medieval Cyberpunk Dystopian Git Gud Soulslike)

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Bleak Faith: Forsaken (Medieval Cyberpunk Dystopian Git Gud Soulslike)

  Let me say something before I really begin here. This isn’t a game, it’s an experience. If you do a quick search you’ll undoubtedly find out about the jank, read a number of complaints, poor journalism in relationship to game assets from Epic, and other nonsense. But let’s get to what Bleak Faith: Forsaken […]

Signalis (I’m So Confused Yet So Entertained Survival Horror)

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Signalis (I’m So Confused Yet So Entertained Survival Horror)

  This is why Deaf Sparrow exists. To find these hidden indie gems that knock the socks off of the tired, repetitive crap coming from AAA developers today. Signalis feels familiar, yet utterly unique in it’s execution thanks to its not-so-subtle nods to survival horror of yore, and excellently confusing story, and frankly breathtaking worldbuilding […]

Decarnation (Ghastly PTSD Adventure Horror)

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Decarnation (Ghastly PTSD Adventure Horror)

  You’d think it wasn’t at all possible to bend a genre in a new direction, but here we are, with Decarnation. When I first got a glimpse of the visuals in the promo, I thought immediately of the classic JRPGs and action-adventure titles localized by Square/Square Enix for the SNES back in the 1990s. […]

Cult of the Lamb (Cutesy Cultist Simulation)

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Cult of the Lamb (Cutesy Cultist Simulation)

  Oh Devolver Digital, you will forever be more interesting than any other publisher to date, continuing to release weird, wacky games that beg the question “How cute can we make human sacrifice?” The answer: adorable. From developers Massive Monster, Cult of The Lamb was a game that I thoroughly enjoyed. Not only is it […]

The Medium (Supernatural Psychic Dead World Survival Horror)

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The Medium (Supernatural Psychic Dead World Survival Horror)

  This one been around a bit, but the nice devs at Bloober Team sent me The Medium for review and, well, I sat on it awhile lol. About a year, maybe two? Luckily, the cloud version is dropping for Nintendo Switch tomorrow (June 29th), and now I can act like there’s something new to […]

9 Years of Shadows (Colorful Music and Flying Bear Ghost Metroidvania)

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9 Years of Shadows (Colorful Music and Flying Bear Ghost Metroidvania)

  There are a few necessary features for any title claiming the “metroidvania” tag to succeed. Let me lay them all out, alphabetically: difficulty, mechanics, plot, and themes. They need to be challenging, yet not infuriating, feature multiple avenues of development, item unlocks, and non-linear play. a sick good plot, and overreaching themes that give […]

Supplice (Retro Sci-Fi Horror FPS with Various Monstrosities)

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Supplice (Retro Sci-Fi Horror FPS with Various Monstrosities)

  Nothing hits better than a game made by gamers familiar with the game they’re about to make you game. And if there’s one community known for that kind of repetition, it’s the Doom modders. Put a bunch of those people together, tap into that retro 1990s FPS action, pixels and all, mix it up […]

Atomic Heart (Russian FPS with a Protagonist Who Should Have Been Silent)

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Atomic Heart (Russian FPS with a Protagonist Who Should Have Been Silent)

  Atomic Heart is almost the kind of game it wants to be. That being a Bioshock-inspired, Russian-art-directed, cyberpunk-esque, dystopian, thought-provoking murder-simulator, but misses the mark in one key area: it doesn’t let you think for yourself. Instead, the protagonist annoyingly spews opinions at every little thing he could possibly have. Therein lies its biggest […]