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What We Deserve feels personal, a narrative so steeped in familial heartbreak that it almost plays more like a visual stream-of-consciousness diary than a choose-your-own-adventure zombie apocalypse story. What started as a typical tale ...

Severed Review

Posted Tue at 16:00
Drinkbox Studios' games all share a unique, rather dark sense of humor and very distinctive artistic flare. With Severed, the studio has turned its attention to classic first-person dungeon crawling, and the result is a creative touch-sc...

Ashes of the Singularity Review

Posted Mon at 19:38
At times, I can't help but marvel at Ashes of the Singularity. Watching a battlefield gradually pack in thousands of hover-tanks and carriers as supply lines stretch and groan to support massive war efforts is intoxicating. There's a won...
The post-apocalypse is often depicted as a barren, almost desert-like place where broken-down buildings and abandoned towns litter the land. The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human flips this concept on its head and depicts a post-apocal...

Star Fox Zero Review

Posted Apr 20, 16
Even for those intimately familiar with the series, Star Fox Zero is immediately confusing. On the surface, it appears to be a modern extension of Star Fox 64, the space combat classic that took off in 1997. It certainly looks the part w...
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