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The Thaumaturge Review – An intriguing narrative RPG that blends early 20th century European history with supernatural fiction
The Thaumaturge is a game I’ve had my eye on for a while – created by developer Fool’s Theory, it transports players into a world of turmoil, uncertainty and conflict, mixing a very specific historical period with its own rich lore and fascinating supernatural elements, even reminding me of the illustrious Shadow Hearts series to a certain extent.
Blood West Review – A satisfyingly challenging stealth FPS dripping in style and atmosphere
When I first laid eyes upon developer Hyperstrange’s retro-style FPS Blood West, I thought it’d be another “boomer shooter” type of game, with endless waves of enemies, non-stop action and gameplay reminiscent of old classics like Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior.
DreadHaunt – Early Access Impressions – A promising idea that could still use some work
Digital Happiness is an indie developer that fans of Indonesian horror will no doubt be familiar with as the team behind the Fatal Frame-inspired DreadOut series.
Vengeance of Mr. Peppermint Review – Revenge is a dish best served... with repetition?
If you’re into Korean cinema, chances are you’ve seen some of the classics, especially if they’re crime dramas centered around revenge and moral dilemmas – although there are multiple titles one could bring up, 2003’s Oldboy is probably one of the most well-known of the bunch.
Scene Investigators Review – I love being a detective even if I’m terrible at it
Hello, I’m the guy who loves looking at every last bookshelf and every little piece of paper in video games, and today, we’re talking about a game that specifically expects – even demands – that you inspect every last bookshelf and every little piece of paper in it so you can collect information to solve each case.
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Karma: The Dark World is a dystopian psychological thriller set in an alternate 1984Gare – Wednesday, April 24, 2024 7:17 PM

Karma: The Dark World is a dystopian psychological thriller set in an alternate 1984Developer Pollard Studio, along with publishers Wired Productions and Gamera Games have revealed a new trailer for Karma: The Dark World, a first-person psychological thriller inspired by creative giants like George Orwell, David Lynch and Hideo Kojima.

Narrative game INDIKA unleashes a new trailer, continues to be fascinatingGare – Tuesday, April 23, 2024 6:55 PM

Narrative game INDIKA unleashes a new trailer, continues to be fascinatingTitled “Fair/Unfair”, the video introduces narration from both our nun protagonist, Indika, and the insidious voice of the devil inside her head as it contemplates the unfairness of life.

Tormenture is a horror game paying homage to 1980s retro consolesGare – Monday, April 22, 2024 5:40 PM

Tormenture is a horror game paying homage to 1980s retro consolesTormenture will take you all the way back to the 1980s, to the seemingly innocent room of a young kid just trying to play his video games after school – however, as it turns out, your games aren’t quite as peaceful and innocent as you remember them.

Post-apocalyptic adventure game Rauniot is out nowGare – Monday, April 22, 2024 5:26 PM

Post-apocalyptic adventure game Rauniot is out nowOriginally revealed all the way back in 2019, the game is set in a world that was devastated by a global natural disaster in the 1970s – continents flooded, pollution levels skyrocketed, children were born mutated and survivors were forced to resort to cannibalism.

Horror game The Bridge Curse 2 launches this May on PC, will be coming to consoles laterGare – Friday, April 12, 2024 2:54 PM

Horror game The Bridge Curse 2 launches this May on PC, will be coming to consoles laterA promising first-person horror adventure taking place at the Taiwanese Wen Hua University, The Bridge Curse 2 will have you investigate a paranormal mystery while following the stories of four playable characters – which, as you might imagine, will involve plenty of puzzle solving, exploration and... being chased around by angry, vengeful ghosts.

Jim's Nightmare: Chapter 1 Review – Has potential, but is still rough around the edgesGare – Wednesday, April 17, 2024 6:13 PM

Jim's Nightmare: Chapter 1 Review – Has potential, but is still rough around the edgesThis time I went into Jim’s Nightmare, a point & click psychological thriller from developer Pumpkiny Games, with cautious optimism – it’s a story about mental illness, crime and inner demons, following the daily routine of Jim, a former criminal who’s trying to start his life anew with a clean slate.

Promising Indie Game Releases – April 2024 – Lovecraftian terrors and retro futuristic adventuresGare – Friday, April 5, 2024 4:47 PM

Promising Indie Game Releases – April 2024 – Lovecraftian terrors and retro futuristic adventuresWelcome to GTOGG’s April 2024 edition of Promising Indie Game Releases, where we highlight indie and non-mainstream titles that we believe deserve your attention – in other words, “look at all this potentially cool stuff you might’ve missed otherwise”. That would’ve been too long for a title, though.

The Thaumaturge Review – An intriguing narrative RPG that blends early 20th century European history with supernatural fictionGare – Monday, March 4, 2024 7:00 PM

The Thaumaturge Review – An intriguing narrative RPG that blends early 20th century European history with supernatural fictionThe Thaumaturge is a game I’ve had my eye on for a while – created by developer Fool’s Theory, it transports players into a world of turmoil, uncertainty and conflict, mixing a very specific historical period with its own rich lore and fascinating supernatural elements, even reminding me of the illustrious Shadow Hearts series to a certain extent.

Promising Indie Game Releases – March 2024 – Goblins, drills and a bit of strategyGare – Saturday, March 2, 2024 10:18 PM

Promising Indie Game Releases – March 2024 – Goblins, drills and a bit of strategyWelcome to GTOGG’s March 2024 edition of Promising Indie Game Releases, where we highlight indie and non-mainstream titles that we believe deserve your attention – in other words, “look at all this potentially cool stuff you might’ve missed otherwise”. That would’ve been too long for a title, though.

Nuns, demons, roguelikes – Our favorite indie demos from February 2024’s Steam Next FestGare – Friday, February 16, 2024 5:44 PM

Nuns, demons, roguelikes – Our favorite indie demos from February 2024’s Steam Next FestSteam Next Fest, a week-long celebration of upcoming titles with tons of demos available to try, has concluded, and as usual, we did what we always do around here – we went scuba diving in the sea of games to see which demos would tickle our collective fancy the most. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy a brief recounting of what we experienced during Steam’s festival of endless demos. Let’s get started!