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Paper Ghost Stories: Third Eye Open – Demo Preview

Last year in May, the teaser trailer for Paper Ghost Stories: Third Eye Open was revealed. This May, an even more exciting revelation follows. As part of this year’s LudoNarraCon happening on Steam, Malaysian indie studio Cellar Vault Games and publisher Chorus Worldwide Games unveiled the playable demo (and a new trailer!) for the second installment to […]

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Adventure Horror Narrative Review

Paper Ghost Stories: 7PM – Review | Hungry Ghosts Out To Play

Horror games are usually not my jam, but with a story set during the Ghost Month, Paper Ghost Stories: 7PM certainly caught my attention. Initially titled Short Creepy Tales: 7PM, Paper Ghost Stories: 7PM is a 1-hour narrative-driven horror adventure game by indie developer Cellar Vault Games. Published by Chorus Worldwide Games in September 2020 for the PC (Windows), this […]

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13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim – Review | 13 is Lucky for Some

Vanillaware is one of those rare developers that seem to constantly produce gold but with a real niche appeal. Ranging from RPGs to beat ’em ups, Vanillaware has now shown their hand with a real-time strategy meets visual novel title. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to look at 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim. All Equal Measures […]

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A Taste of the Past – Review | Dumplings Seasoned With Tears

Released as a free game for PC on 11 March 2022, Sondering Studio’s A Taste of the Past is a narrative side-scroller with cooking mini-games that brings players on a poignant and introspective adventure. Follow the protagonist on a 30-minute journey that is pickled in bittersweet memories and simmering under the gentle fire of familial love lasting […]

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Pokémon Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl – Review | A Shining Gem?

I’m sure a lot of you can relate to this: I was a humongous Pokémon fan when I was a kid! It was even more prevalent for people in my age range, as I grew up when Pokémon made its western debut in the late 90s. Coupled with the anime series, movies, the trading card game, and merchandise up […]

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The Good Life – Review | Swery65 is Back

Swery65 is a director known in a few cult circles for his charming yet frankly jank games. Ever since Deadly Premonition skyrocketed into the mainstream, fans have sought that next hit from him. One that subsequent titles like D4 (Dark Dreams Don’t Die), The Missing: J.J Macfield, and Deadly Premonition 2, have never been. Despite […]

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Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles – Review

In the last decade, anime licensed games have evolved substantially! What was once a breeding ground for sub-par titles that only used a license to sell extra copies has grown into some of the most successful and popular games in the industry! This paradigm shift was all thanks to one studio that aimed to push […]

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Fire Tonight—Review | A Spark That Doesn’t Ignite

Fire Tonight is a narrative puzzle game from developer Reptoid Games and publisher Way Down Deep about Maya and Devin, a couple struggling to reunite while a fire rages across the city. You alternate between guiding Maya past flaming buildings and police barricades as she makes her way to Devin’s apartment and sitting with Devin […]