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Never Gone Review

by Mark Brunoon July 18, 2016
HippieGame’s Never Gone is a 2D, side-scrolling, hack-n-slash adventure. The game features a surprisingly deep combat system and fleshed-out world. With RPG-like elements such as, leveling up your character, upgrading your weapons, and collecting loot, HippieGame has created a fun and addicting experience that suits the mobile platform well. Never Gone packs a punch in […]
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Epistory – Typing Chronicles Review

by Oscar Venturaon March 31, 2016
Epistory - Typing Chronicles by Fishing Cactus is an adventure typing game which tells the story of a writer who is lacking inspiration so seeks the help of a muse (you) to write her latest book. As you're exploring the origami-like world, the story narrated through the writer's mind, shown on by the writing on the pages, or in this case the world you're walking around. Stories are also told through the magic you uncover and the puzzles you solve.

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ArcaniA – The Complete Tale Review

by Mark Brunoon August 1, 2013
When a game’s release date gets bumped back by a month or two, you typically don’t panic too much–it’s usually because the developers have a few bugs to work out or to make some last minute audio or graphical tweaks. When a game then gets bumped back a second time, you start question how it’s going […]
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Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch: Review

by Mark Brunoon March 5, 2013
Fans of the JRPG will not want to miss out on Level 5’s latest, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, an epic, heart-warming tale of a boy’s quest to repair a broken world filled with evil. Borrowing from some of the best games of the genre while adding in its own unique style, Ni no Kuni is […]

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A New Beginning: Review

by Alan Wongon December 20, 2012
Wow, I have been playing a lot of Daedalic Entertainment games lately! A New Beginning is a brand new point and click game and this one have more of a serious tone, compared to Edna & Harvey and Chaos on Deponia. Even though I prefer humor more, one of my favorite games are ones about […]

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Chaos on Deponia: Review

by Alan Wongon November 21, 2012
Another fine game by Daedalic Entertainment and the makers of Edna & Harvey (review here). I have never played the first installment of Chaos of Deponia, but I have heard rather good things about it and if anything, you should definitely play that first one in order to get into the story and actually know […]
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Revenge is a dish best served cold: Dishonored Review

by Alan Wongon November 10, 2012
I might be late to the show for this review, but Dishonored was probably one of the most hyped games of the year, so how I can I not review it? I’m pretty sure everyone, by now, have played the game or at least watched the trailer. My first thought of the trailer was breath […]

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Edna and Harvey: Review

by Alan Wongon November 5, 2012
During the last couple years, I have played dozens of games but none of them were indie titles. The only game that I dedicated my time to, which was an indie title, was probably FTL: Faster Than Light. Going into the game, I had no idea what I was expecting. I have never played the original […]