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Preview: Pecaminosa

I’ve been keen to get my hands on Pecaminosa, an extremely intriguing, very promising noir game, for some time. With a beautifully implemented pixel art style and a superb, era […]

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Preview: Lost Caves

Retro styled pixel art collectathon Lost Caves is launching on the 29th of January via Steam – and looks like it’s going to be an excellent adventure. With four expansive […]

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Preview: Crowalt: Traces of the Lost Colony

Due for release in the 2nd quarter of 2021, Crowalt: Traces of the Lost Colony is a point and click adventure that taps into the classic spirit of LucasArts titles from the 80s and 90s. It has all of the elements you’d expect: charming pixel art, wonderful animation, a humourous script and pirates. Lots of pirates. The story sees young […]

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Preview: Witchery Academy

There’s an undeniable charm in the visuals of Witchery Academy, which has a very Studio Ghibli-esque feel to its wonderfully designed characters and environments. Witchery Academy is an ambitious life simulator which sees players cast as magical students with a cat companion, attending classes and learning skills such as spell casting, gardening, brewing potions, crafting and more. You’ll be able […]

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Preview: Lands of Raynar

Though light on footage or shots of in-game action. the recently announced Lands of Raynar looks and sounds very promising indeed. Billed as a unique hybrid of RTS and RPG, Lands of Raynar is due to be released in 2022 on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X. According to the press release, Lands of Raynar will feature an intriguing storyline, […]

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Preview: Unspottable

I played quite a few demos as part of the Xbox Summer Game Fest, many of which were games that I’m very keen to get my hands on when they’re released. One that had flown under the radar for me until I tried the demo was Unspottable, which is honestly one of the best local multiplayer games I’ve played in […]

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First Impressions: Neon Abyss

Though the number of indie games that have roguelite elements or structures seems to be increasing exponentially, there are certain elements that make these elements really appealing, both from the designer’s and player’s perspective. Chief among these is the procedural generation, which usually helps to keep things feeling suitably fresh, exciting and surprising when done right. The level of challenge […]

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News: Sisters Royale

Following a successful launch on PS4 and Switch in January, animé inspired shoot ’em up Sisters Royale is releasing on Xbox One on Friday (July 10th, 2020: $13.99 / €13.99 / £11.74) and is now available to pre-order. According to the game’s press release, ‘Sisters Royale is inspired by the anime aesthetic of 2001’s ‘Castle of Shikigami’. Five sisters with unique […]

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Weekly Round-Up

Just as yesterday was the first time in a long time that I’ve looked at my recent Game Pass Adventures, I’ve not done a round up of my articles for quite a while either. It’s always useful for me to take a look back at what I’ve covered too, because I seem to be able to cover quite a bit […]

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Preview: Pope Simulator

Ultimate Games seem to be trying to corner the market in bizarre, controversial ‘Simulator’ games. Despite the Polish indie making their name with a straightforward and highly regarded sim game – Ultimate Fishing Simulator – they’ve released other sims, some more straight faced than others, but perhaps the most oddball (not to mention the most deliberately controversial) sim they’ve been […]