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Dusk Episode One

Dusk feels almost tailor-made for my particular brand of smug liberal elitism. It’s a game where you fight a magical cult of rural rednecks with nothing but the tools of human ingenuity. It’s a game where a god might be … Continue reading

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Necrosphere

At its core, Necrosphere is a really good, well-made platformer. Developer Cat Nigiri clearly has an obvious talent for creating interesting puzzles and levels. This is even more impressive when you consider the fact that the game doesn’t shake up … Continue reading

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Little Red Lie

Little Red Lie is a game about lying. Lying to your parents; lying to the world; even lying to yourself. It’s a game about that moment when your entire world has gone to shit and you say to yourself “tomorrow … Continue reading

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Embers of Mirrim

Like its playable character, Embers of Mirrim is a game of two halves. One half is a fun platformer built on a solid and interesting set of mechanics, while the other  is a steaming pile of shit left behind from … Continue reading

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