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Chris Dahlberg | March 29, 2015
OSome has done a lot of things well and merged a whole slew of different horror elements with a film noir aesthetic that gives their particular take a feeling of its own.
Walter Hare | March 21, 2015
Longer and more detailed, Hotline Miami 2 is a respectable sequel that lacks some of the original’s fire.
Chris Dahlberg | March 21, 2015
OhNoo Studios has delivered an enjoyable point and click adventure/puzzle game that revels in the macabre.
Walter Hare | February 5, 2015
At times elegant in its simplicity, Grey Goo is a hard sell to anyone with more than a passing attraction to RTS.
Chris Dahlberg | December 13, 2014
This War of Mine is one of the most powerful and depressing video game experiences that I’ve ever played, but I couldn’t tear myself away from it.
Chris Dahlberg | November 30, 2014
Jazzpunk may be short, but players will be laughing at its absurd situations and parodies the entire time.
Chris Dahlberg | November 16, 2014
Randal’s Monday mixes a steady stream of pop culture references with classic point and click adventure mechanics.
Chris Dahlberg | November 4, 2014
Styx may be a bit rough around the edges, but the large environments and variety of abilities granted to the player make this one an enjoyable experience.
Chris Dahlberg | October 21, 2014
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments is Frogwares’ most ambitious entry in the long-running series.
Chris Dahlberg | October 14, 2014
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is an incredible experience that hands full control over to the player.
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