Sarah Marchant

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Echoes of the Fey: The Fox’s Trail launches on Steam

by 9 months ago

Woodsy Studio, an indie developer team based in St. Louis, MO, just released its latest game called Echoes of the Fey: The Fox's Trail. The Fox's Trail is the first …

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Time travel with a twist: Kelvin and the Infamous Machine review

by 10 months ago

For some reason, I continually find myself drawn to point-and-click titles, even though they usually disappoint me in some way. Either the puzzles are so nonsensical that progression is a …

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You spin me right round: Road to Ballhalla review

by 10 months ago

As the name implies, Road to Ballhalla is about enduring rigorous trials in the hopes of securing greatness. Instead of looking to impress the Norse gods, however, you’re just a …

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The future is in your paws: Hunter’s Legacy review

by 10 months ago

When Hunter’s Legacy caught my eye, I was hoping I’d be going into a fun little platformer about a community of cats. As it turns out, the platforming aspect is …

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Stumbling through the clouds: Human: Fall Flat review

by 10 months ago

With clumsy physics akin to Octodad and subtle humor reminiscent of The Stanley Parable, Human: Fall Flat is a fun brain teaser of a game - when you’re not frustrated …

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HD remake planned for Doom mod Chex Quest

by 10 months ago

Chex Quest, the Doom mod you could find in your box of cereal in 1996, is receiving an HD remake. The game's artist Charles Jacobi is currently working on a …

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New Layers of Fear DLC “Inheritance” unveiled

by 11 months ago

Today Aspyr Media announced the next chapter of their psychological horror game, Layers of Fear. The DLC, called Inheritance, appears to take place many years later. It looks like you'll be …

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Poor performance in Palanai: Dead Island Riptide Definitive Edition review

by 11 months ago

The original Dead Island started the series strong in 2011, whereas Riptide in 2013 made for a fairly weak follow-up. The maze-like areas serve to artificially lengthen the game, half …

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Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime adds 4-player mode

by 11 months ago

The adorable couch co-op game based on space exploration and warm fuzzies has added a 4-player mode. This update to Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is free for current owners, …

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Back to Banoi: Dead Island Definitive Edition review

by 11 months ago

Zombie games are what I would consider my bread and butter. They don’t have to be flawless creations, but if they have an interesting story and decent weapon variety, I’ll …

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Let your little light shine: TurnOn review

by 12 months ago

The power has gone out all across Electro City. It’s up to you, a tiny spark of electricity, to bring light back to the homes and businesses of the town. …

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Uncharted 4 designed for greater accessibility

by 1 year ago

A recent video put out by Naughty Dog shows Uncharted 4: A Thief's End was carefully crafted with accessibility in mind. Under the game's Accessibility menu, you'll find options that …

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