Heart of the Cards: FAITH: the Scifi RPG

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Jump through a wormhole, hack alien interfaces, and leverage the favor of a higher power with Faith: the Scifi RPG. Faith is an ambitious project; Burning Games tries to meld …

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Familar Friends, Fresh Foes – Bravely Second: End Layer Review

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Bravely Default awoke something in me that had been lying dormant -- my love of JRPGs. While Bravely Second: End Layer doesn’t quite live up to the lofty heights of …

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No one ever said wizard school would be this tough: Argent: The Consortium Review

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Chancellor Nostros Calahaan shocked us all by announcing that he will resign in one week. This is the moment I’ve been waiting for. I think it’s clear that I’m the …

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Houston, we have an expansion: Galaxy Trucker: Missions review

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Galaxy Trucker is an amazing game with an incredibly well done digital port available for smart phones. The digital version added missions to Galaxy Trucker, giving players goals and achievements. …

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Last Call: Brewin’ USA Review

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If college taught me anything, I learned there are two types of people in this world. There are ones that buy cheap beer and there are ones that yearn for …

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Just Corrupt Enough: Tumult Royale Review

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Tumult Royale casts you and some friends as medieval royals. Your goal is to rule over the land, creating statues so that the peasants can bask in your grandeur. However, …

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Innovation plus exasperation: Into the Stars review

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"It's like FTL but with better graphics!" That's the initial buzz I was hearing about Into the Stars, a successfully kickstarted title from indie dev Fugitive Games, and it was …

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A Revolution of RTS – Ashes of the Singularity Review

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Ashes of the Singularity will have none of your “turtling” nonsense. It was during the third level that I realized that Stardock and Oxide had made something very different than …

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An island of despair, a future of hope: Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair PC review

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With one Danganronpa port under its belt, Abstraction Games' port of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair fares far better on PC than its predecessor thanks to some lessons learned from the …

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Important: 1979 Revolution: Black Friday review

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Passion projects can produce some of the most inspiring work, but also some of the most disappointing. Creators of such personal pieces can expose certain stories that others have very …

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A brilliant odyssey of time: Stories: The Path of Destinies review

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They say the adventure is more about the journey than the destination. In Stories: The Path of Destinies, you will have to walk through many paths to get to your …

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Everything’s strange when you’re a Stranger: Stranger of Sword City review

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While the Vita hasn’t been the success the Nintendo 3DS has, it seems like certain developers have taken a liking to the system. With Demon’s Gaze and Operation Abyss: New …

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