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Book of Demons

Book of Demons I’ve touched on the art style, but it really is gorgeous and unique, with paper outlines and great visuals. This, combined with the Flexisphere, which understands the limitations of modern gamers’ time better than any game I’ve seen, and with its streamlined mechanics and entertaining deck-building system, …

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Dusk Review – Getting Old Schooled

Dusk Review – Getting Old Schooled Big-budget, triple-A experiences have never been better, but modern games have no shortage of long cutscenes and hand-holding tutorial sequences. In contrast, Dusk is a nostalgia trip that strips away modern expectations and delivers distilled FPS thrills. Dusk doesn’t mess around with leveling mechanics …

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Gris Review

Gris Review Share. Beauty is only skin deep. By Dan Crowd Gris is a visual masterpiece. It’s a living watercolour illustration that explores the complex themes of loss and grief through a visually arresting world and affecting orchestral score. At first glance, Gris looks to be a fitting bookend to …

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GRIS

GRIS Gris is an incredible achievement, using its art, music, and gameplay to tell a thematically consistent story about a woman overcoming her grief. Despite the weighty subject matter, the way its protagonist’s triumph over sorrow is reflected in increasingly fluid and diverse platforming makes it a joy to play. …

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Gris Review – Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Gris Review – Not All Who Wander Are Lost The protagonist of Gris charts her own way out of sadness, and while grief is often navigated alone, that is not necessarily the case here. Her path isn’t straightforward, but the game’s well-designed gameplay and levels don’t make you feel helpless …

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Hades Early Access Review

Hades Early Access Review Share. Supergiant’s foray into Early Access is epic, and not just because it’s about Greek mythology. By Mike Epstein What does it take to make a great run-based game? Tight combat, of course. A variety of mix-and-match abilities that interact in interesting ways, certainly. Procedurally generated …

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