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Review: What Remains of Edith Finch

The term ‘walking simulator’ is often used in a derogatory way, but I’m a huge fan of many games that fit the description. They’re often tightly scripted, narratively satisfying experiences that don’t outstay their welcome; heavy on atmosphere and light on frustration or direct encounters with other characters. What Remains of Edith Finch is a walking simulator with a difference […]

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Review: Shutter Stroll

Available now on – Price: $5 – By: Jannik Boysen The term ‘walking simulator’ is often used disparagingly; intended to mock experiences which aren’t combat or heavily dramatic in terms of their gameplay or story. Yet some of the most wonderful, affecting and even relaxing experiences I’ve had with games in recent years are from titles that could be […]