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NieR: Automata – Glory to Mankind – Review
Set in a world where androids wage a desperate war against machines in order to ensure the survival of the human race, NieR: Automata offers a thrilling ride of non-stop action, held up by a narrative that manages to engage, surprise, and even provoke thought.
Thimbleweed Park – A town, a mystery, and a pixelating body – Review
The town of Thimbleweed Park is the perfect setting for a gripping story: we have a small population of 80, a murder, two federal agents coming in to investigate said murder, as well as a seemingly ever-present local sheriff who appears quite eager to stick his nose into everyone’s business. The premise appears by-the-book, yet as the plot is untangled, you soon realize that in Thimbleweed Park, not everything is as it seems at first glance...
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Conarium – In pursuit of distant secrets – Review

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NieR: Automata – Glory to Mankind – Review

NieR: Automata – Glory to Mankind – ReviewSet in a world where androids wage a desperate war against machines in order to ensure the survival of the human race, NieR: Automata offers a thrilling ride of non-stop action, held up by a narrative that manages to engage, surprise, and even provoke thought.

Perception – Blind to greatness – Review

Perception – Blind to greatness – ReviewWhen I first heard of Perception, I found the idea quite fascinating – after all, it doesn’t happen every day that one can try and survive a horror game – or at least an adventure game with dark themes – in the shoes of a blind person.

Mass Effect: Andromeda – A not-so-triumphant return – Review

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Thimbleweed Park – A town, a mystery, and a pixelating body – Review

Thimbleweed Park – A town, a mystery, and a pixelating body – ReviewThe town of Thimbleweed Park is the perfect setting for a gripping story: we have a small population of 80, a murder, two federal agents coming in to investigate said murder, as well as a seemingly ever-present local sheriff who appears quite eager to stick his nose into everyone’s business. The premise appears by-the-book, yet as the plot is untangled, you soon realize that in Thimbleweed Park, not everything is as it seems at first glance...

Beyond Good & Evil 2 shows off in-engine demo and flying monkey

Beyond Good & Evil 2 shows off in-engine demo and flying monkeyWithout doubt, the announcement and reveal trailer of the much-anticipated Beyond Good & Evil 2 was one of E3 2017’s biggest surprises.

.hack//G.U. Last Recode coming westward later this year

.hack//G.U. Last Recode coming westward later this year.hack//G.U. Last Recode, a collection of the three .hack//G.U. PS2 JRPGs – Rebirth, Reminisce, and Redemption – is coming westward on PC and PS4.

First level of Hitman goes free on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

First level of Hitman goes free on PC, PS4 and Xbox OneIndeed, if you’ve been itching to try your hand at the new Hitman but never did, well, here’s a good reason to do so: it’s free.

Far Cry 5, Beyond Good & Evil 2, Mario … E3 2017 – Ubisoft trailers

Far Cry 5, Beyond Good & Evil 2, Mario … E3 2017 – Ubisoft trailersUbisoft, Sony, and Nintendo had plenty of titles to announce during this year’s E3 – here’s our non-exhaustive list of a few notable titles we picked out:

Fallout 4 VR, Wolfenstein II, DOOM, Dishonored, Skyrim Switch... E3 2017 – Bethesda trailers

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