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Tokyo 42 puts you in the shoes of a person framed for assassination. Naturally, to clear your name, you must […]

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At the heart of Empathy: Path of Whispers is the central idea that the world you are in is deserted, all […]

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There are two horror franchises that I love more than any other slasher to come out in the 80s: Nightmare […]

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Pinstripe, from one-man developer Atmos Games, is the latest in the never ending series of somber but introspective indie games. […]

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The lasting impression that Old Man’s Journey leaves is one of a bittersweet melancholy. A simple point and click game with beautiful […]

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Remembering my experience when I previewed Outlast 2 at E3 last year, I knew I wanted to play this game […]

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Having proved that it has lost none of its ability to resonate and engage, the third season of The Walking Dead hits […]

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Little Nightmares is quite the departure for a studio known for their work on LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway. Gone are the […]

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When we think of deep-sea horror, we often think of monsters – sharks, giant squid, Cthulhu, the like. The term […]

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When I learned that Kona was set in my home province of Québec and developed by a Québécois studio, I […]