Sarah Marchant

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Life is Strange prequel Before the Storm announced

by 1 month ago

Square Enix announced this week that the first episode of Life is Strange: Before The Storm will be released on August 31 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. …

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Second verse, same as the first: Beholder: Blissful Sleep review

by 2 months ago

In Beholder: Blissful Sleep, you play as Hector Medina, the former building manager of the apartment block in the main game. This seems to be a prequel, giving you a …

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God doesn’t love you, not like I do: Outlast 2 review

by 3 months ago

“It’s not just the cult. Two sides. Christians and… something else.” - Blake Langermann, Outlast 2 For Blake, the cost of following his investigative journalist wife Lynn on an assignment …

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The mystery of the missing plot: Beat Cop review

by 3 months ago

In the middle of a hot dog bite, detective Jack Kelly gets a call about a burglary at the senator’s house. Soon after entering he subdues the suspect, but when …

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Dad Quest coming to Early Access on February 23

by 5 months ago

From the indie game & art collective that brought you Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor comes a father-child adventure platformer unlike any other. In Dad Quest you'll use your kid …

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Get the dirt and get out: Beholder review

by 5 months ago

Dark and engrossing, Beholder takes a realistic look at life in a totalitarian state. Do you perform your job as assigned, look out for your family first and foremost, or …

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tinyBuild announces Party Hard sequel

by 6 months ago

    Party Hard 2, a holiday-themed follow up to the 2015 title, has just been announced. The premise of the game is that you haven't received your Christmas bonus from work, so …

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    A bad taste in my mouth: SENRAN KAGURA Bon AppĂ©tit! – Full Course review

    by 8 months ago

    SENRAN KAGURA Bon AppĂ©tit! - Full Course is advertised as a rhythm game with cooking elements. Sadly, the rhythm sections are subpar and it could barely be considered a cooking …

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    The thoughts are free: Orwell review

    by 8 months ago

    Just how much of yourself do you share online? Would you say your computer files and your social media accounts accurately reflect your personality, interests, and motivation in life? Even …

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    Season 3 of WWE SuperCard is coming in November

    by 9 months ago

    The latest season of WWE SuperCard will be released sometime next month. This update to the popular Android and iOS app will include one new game mode and two new …

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    One word could change everything: Typoman: Revised review

    by 10 months ago

    Typoman: Revised is a clever little creation by Brainseed Factory. When the game was originally launched late last year, it left a lot to be desired, but this year’s revision …

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    What kills you makes you stronger: Lost Castle review

    by 10 months ago

    The key to a good video game is to make players want to keep coming back, whether it’s for an engaging story, thrilling action sequences, or simply beautiful scenery. With …

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