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2017's most promising horror games – our personal picks
2017 is the year of horror… is what we could say, but honestly, isn’t every year like that, sort of? ‘Tis one of life’s big constants: horror games were, are, and will always be.
Aragami – Light at the end of the tunnel – Review
Aragami is a solid example of a pleasant surprise – when I first discovered it, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but after an hour or two of playing, it become quite apparent that I was dealing with a lovingly-crafted indie project...
Headlander – Heading in new directions
The game’s storyline takes place in a future ruled by a massive computer where people have transported their minds into robotic impostor bodies – all good fun.
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Aragami – Light at the end of the tunnel – Review

Aragami – Light at the end of the tunnel – ReviewAragami is a solid example of a pleasant surprise – when I first discovered it, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but after an hour or two of playing, it become quite apparent that I was dealing with a lovingly-crafted indie project...

Tales of Zestiria – Zesty but flawed – Review

Tales of Zestiria – Zesty but flawed – ReviewTales of Zestiria is quite an odd duck in the large and ever-growing family of Tales JRPGs, because it kinda-sorta tried to do certain things differently, but… it didn’t really quite work out.

Headlander – Heading in new directions, with moderate success – Review

Headlander – Heading in new directions, with moderate success – ReviewThe game’s storyline takes place in a future ruled by a massive computer where people have transported their minds into robotic impostor bodies – all good fun.

Muv-Luv – A prelude to something great – Review

Muv-Luv – A prelude to something great – ReviewLet’s start with the basics: the game we’re dealing with now is more accurately described as a visual novel, which – as the term implies – is a novel-game, with various illustrations, voice acting, background music and all that jazz.

Dark Souls 3 – Only Embers Remain – Review

Dark Souls 3 – Only Embers Remain – ReviewWriting about third installments is not always easy. If a game – or a series of films – is a great success, fans will no doubt await the sequel with much excitement and anticipation.

Point & click adventure Thimbleweed Park gets a release date

Point & click adventure Thimbleweed Park gets a release dateThis retro-looking point and click adventure from Monkey Island masterminds Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick will take you to the town of the titular Thimbleweed Park, where apparently “a dead body is the least of your problems”.

Star Ocean 3 is getting an HD remaster

Star Ocean 3 is getting an HD remasterDuring a recent Star Ocean live stream, an HD remaster of Star Ocean: Till the End of Time (Director’s Cut) was announced for PlayStation 4.

Square Enix announce new RPG title „Project Prelude Rune”

Square Enix announce new RPG title „Project Prelude Rune”A new RPG is in the works over at Square Enix’s roleplaying oven, and the cook in this case is former Tales producer Hideo Baba and his freshly-founded Studio Istolia.

Ys VIII coming westward for PS4, PS Vita, and PC

Ys VIII coming westward for PS4, PS Vita, and PCLong-running action-RPG series Ys is getting its latest entry localized: Ys VIII – Lacrimosa of Dana is heading not only to Sony platforms (specifically, Vita and PS4), but will also be debuting on PC via Steam.

3DS card/board game Culdcept Revolt to see western release this summer

3DS card/board game Culdcept Revolt to see western release this summerA localization for the 2016 card/board game hybrid Culdcept Revolt has been announced by NIS America for a summer 2017 release, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the franchise.