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Strangeland - Review in 3 Minutes

In this 3 Minute Review, The Escapist's Jesse Galena covers Strangeland, a dark point-and-click adventure from Wormwood Studios, the team behind Primordia. I have a phobia of creepy carnivals. There's only so much time each week to check o...

 
 
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Backbone brings its anthro-noir mysteries to PC next month

For those who like their grizzled, hard-boiled, detective fiction a little on the fuzzy side, you're in luck, as publisher Raw Fury has finally offered up a street date for its anthropomorphic noir adventure, Backbone, which will raise the ...

 
 
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Chicory: A Colorful Tale will color your world June 10

Publisher Finji has announced that Greg Lobanov's cheerful Chicory: A Colorful Tale is finally ready to open its big box o' paints. The watercolor-based fantasy adventure will launch on PC and PlayStation platforms on June 10, a mere fortni...

 
 
 
 
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Tinytopia is a miniature city-builder with zany levels

We've built and run virtual cities as omnipotent mayors before, but not quite like this. In MeNic Games and Mastiff's PC city-builder Tinytopia, we're working with wobbly miniatures in precarious places. The game is less of a typical data-...

 
 
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The Wild at Heart - Review in 3 Minutes

In this 3 Minute Review, The Escapist's KC Nwosu covers The Wild at Heart, a stylish indie adventure with Pikmin-like creature commanding. I've had my fingers crossed for this game for some time. There's only so much time each week to chec...

 
 
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Resident Evil Village returns to the top of the UK Charts

Resident Evil Village is back in the number one spot of the UK Charts. Capcom's horror sequel clambered over Electronic Arts' Mass Effect Legendary Edition and also held off Nintendo's cartoony social title Miitopia in order to claim the pr...

 
 
 
 
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Of Bird and Cage - Review in 3 Minutes

In this 3 Minute Review, The Escapist's Will Cruz covers Of Bird and Cage, a metal album meets adventure game from Capricia Productions. It really has to be seen — and heard — to be believed. There's only so much time each week...

 
 
 
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Essays on Empathy - Review in 3 Minutes

In this 3 Minute Review, The Escapist's Amy Campbell covers Essays on Empathy, a narrative adventure game compilation with "offbeat tales" from Deconstructeam and Devolver Digital. It's out on Steam. There's only so much time each week to ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Hades for PS4 listed on the Korean Ratings Board

The greatest spoiler organization on the planet, The Game Rating and Administration of Korea, are at it again. As spotted by eagle-eyed Resetera users, the board has released a new listing that appears to show Supergiant Giant's much-loved ...

 
 
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Huntdown for Steam is slicker and sicker than ever before

[Update: Huntdown is now live on Steam, early purchases will bag a 20% price discount.] There's no denying 2020 was an explosive year for video games. But among the mega-bucks, mega-marketed, mega-sellers of the industry, smaller titles wer...

 
 
 
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Layers of Fear 2 will have you shocking your Switch next week

The horror aficionados at Bloober Team are at it again, having announced a release date for the Switch port of spooky sequel Layers of Fear 2. The nightmarish first-person adventure will arrive on the Nintendo platform on May 20, following ...

 
 
 
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Call of the Sea sets sail on PlayStation platforms today

Anyone fancying a spot of sun, sea, surf, and... sinisterness is in luck, as today will see publisher Raw Fury launch the PlayStation port of its Lovecraft-inspired graphic adventure Call of the Sea, following on from its previous release o...

 
 
 
 




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Dr Mel

Just seeing this type face makes me think of RPG And the older Mincho font definitely reminds of the old Resident Evil

 
Seymour

No! Jon Cartwright is far too aware of his excellent narration skills! HE CANT KEEP GETTING AWAY WITH THIS!!!

 
CycloneJoker

After a month or so of use, I do have one complaint about the 8bitdo The texture on the back of the grips is a dirt/dust Pretty noticeable on a white Wonder if its safe to use hand wipes on those

 
Gajknight

Game of the year

 
SlimeyBearXXL979990

Double post but I would also want to mention this indie game that only came out a few days Looks very It is called your Only move is Basicaly a 2D fighting game but turn Hard to explain but looks novel and its only €5

 
Seymour

Say hello, Corpsy! >

 
SlimeyBearXXL979990

Hey, I just posted a mini blog there of cool looking indie games due out in 2023 and included trailers and steam links for every game I mention and a description of them so you can easily wishlist it a look if your interested!

 
medicamecanica

Star ocean 6 has a triple triad-style mini game where you challenge townsfolk and earn new pawns who double as play pieces and as powerful Of course theyre all heroes and villains from previous star ocean (and maybe other tri Ace?)

 
Spaceloaf

I dont usually try to get 36 stars, not because Im not able to, but because it usually takes a couple hours of grinding to do But hyperbloom Raiden is insanely good this time around; it trivialized the 1st half so I could concentrate on the

 
 

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