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Review: Blackbay Asylum (PC)

It certainly has personality. I'll give it that. »»

Review: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville (PC)

An acceptable alternative to a certain professor. »»

Review: Black Viper: Sophia's Fate (PC)

Sophia's fate is to be avoided by any discerning hidden object game fan. »»

Review: A Golden Wake (PC)

It's not quite golden, but it's more than worth your time. »»

Review: Risen 3 - Titan Lords (PC)

Risen 3: Titan Lords Developer: Piranha Bytes Publisher: Deep Silver Genre: Action Adventure RPG Release: 08/12/2014 Frustration, enjoyment, confusion and disappointment. These are the range of emotions I went through as I marched my way thro »»

Review: Northmark: Hour of the Wolf (PC)

A year later, and this game has only gotten less impressive. »»

Review: Evil Pumpkin: The Lost Halloween (PC)

This game is a bit too early thematically and mechanically. »»

Preview: Sunless Sea (PC)

A promising rogue-like that combines sailing with a Lovecraft-inspired setting. »»

Review: Where is my Heart? (PC)

A unique look sets this game apart. »»

Review: The Fall (PC)

Prepare to fall hard for The Fall. »»

Review: QuestRun (PC)

While it has interesting ideas, QuestRun suffers from clashing ideals. »»

Review: The Lost Crown (PC)

This spooky adventure holds up quite well. »»

E3 2014 Trailer: Corpse Party (PC)

Get ready to butter up your pooper once again, because Corpse Party is making the leap from the PSP to your Windows PC. Boasting the voice actors from the original indie release and scenes exclusive to this version, there should be plenty reason to t »»

Review: 100% Orange Juice (PC)

It's a board game. Read on if you wanted to know more than what the heck it is. »»

Review: The Culling of the Cows (PC)

It's overpriced at the moment, but it will still satisfy your trigger finger. »»

Review: The Samaritan Paradox (PC)

A satisfying point-and-click game that stumbles at the finish line. »»

Review: The Witch's Yarn (PC)

Despite some interesting mechanics, this game is largely forgettable. »»

Review: 1954 Alcatraz (PC)

Breaking out of the "inescapable prison" should be perhaps a bit harder, but it's still fun nonetheless. »»

Review: Journal (PC)

Reading someone else's journal doesn't turn out to be all that fun. »»

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