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Kingdom Come: Deliverance – From The Ashes

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – From The AshesThe first DLC for Kingdom Come: Deliverance introduces an entirely new type of adventure! You have an opportunity to participate in building a new village from the ground up and experience first-hand what it was like to create a new settlement. As a newly …

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An Epic Epoch

An Epic Epoch Occasionally, a game comes along that takes off in a way that defies all expectations, breaking into the mainstream consciousness, enveloping pop culture and audiences worldwide. Fortnite is one of those experiences. With two disparate game options, a plethora of llamas, and unlimited replayability, Epic Games is …

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Rifter

Rifter Rifter is stylish as hell, and even the writing manages to extract more wit than one would expect from characters composed of simple geometrical shapes, but the sharpest presentation in the world couldn’t convince me that I was enjoying myself. I’m sure it’ll find an audience among those with …

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An Arduous But Rewarding Journey

An Arduous But Rewarding Journey At its best, Octopath Traveler reminds me of my favorite 16-bit role-playing games. Strategic turn-based combat tests your skills, a job system gives you the freedom to tinker and optimize, and a fantastic retro aesthetic brings the world and creatures to life. However, Octopath Traveler …

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Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion Review

Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion Review Share. If sucking at something is the first step to being sort of good at something, this is a first step. By Hope Corrigan The land of Ooo has flooded and out there be pirates. It’s up to Finn and Jake to find …

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The Spectrum Retreat

The Spectrum Retreat The color puzzles take place within specific sections of the hotel which make up an entirely new world and aesthetic. It makes me wonder why they couldn’t have been left well alone, to fend for themselves, without this clunky narrative device. It’s a good demonstration of the …

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