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View some screenshots for Tell Me Why. After ten years apart, twins Tyler and Alyson reunite to sell their childhood home. They soon realize their past is not what they remember. Available on Steam.Read More →

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View some screenshots for Jessika. Jessika committed suicide, and it’s up to you to find out why she did what she did by prying into her digital past. What at first seems to be a job like any other quickly develops into a dark drama with twists and turns. AvailableRead More →

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View some screenshots for Mortal Shell. Mortal Shell is a deep action-RPG that tests your sanity and resilience in a shattered world. Your adversaries spare no mercy, with survival demanding superior awareness, precision, and instincts. Possess lost warriors, track down hidden sanctums of the devout, and face formidable foes. AvailableRead More →

View some screenshots for INMOST. Escape the depths of an otherworldly labyrinth in this cinematic puzzle platformer. Explore a hauntingly beautiful world, with three playable characters, in one dark, interconnected story. Available on Steam.Read More →

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I bought Ooblets on a whim, and then realized it was basically a card-based dance-battle…thing? So I never really gave it a shot. I’m correcting that and am going to give it a fair play and see what it’s like. Check out some screenshots of Ooblets.Read More →

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In what is my favorite review of Wasteland 3, EuroGamer called it a “parody of a nation beyond parody”, and after playing it for quite a while, never a more accurate statement has existed. Check out some screenshots of Wasteland 3.Read More →

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Devotion may have been removed from Steam a while ago because China is an extraordinarily sensitive country, but it’s still available to download and play if you had already bought it, and I’m finally starting to go through my backlog of games. So here, enjoy some screenshots from Devotion!Read More →

Originally published on Medium Microsoft puts up various “punch cards” on the Xbox, which allow you to complete basic activities and are awarded points for doing so. Points can basically be seen as 1000 points = $1.00. So a punch card for 6000 points is, roughly, $6 worth of something.Read More →