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The Long Drive – Video Review

"It's not a game. It's an experience.Media Member Jared "Fudgey" Leger reviews & discusses The Long Drive, an early access title available now on Steam. It describes itself as a "random generated open world semi-post apocalyptic survival car driving game." But could better be described as a glimpse into the…
Derek Snow
March 17, 2021
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NUTS Review

From publisher Noodlecake and indie developer Joon, Pol, Muutsch, Char & Torfi, NUTS is an investigation game with some fascinating twists that certainly set it apart from other games trying to invoke that same feeling of intrigue. The game’s premise is a curious one – you are a recent graduate…
Matthew Hurt
March 2, 2021
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Ooblets Early Access Review

with your Ooblets in this sparkly and adorable early access game. Out now on Epic Games Store and Xbox! Ooblets is an early access game developed and published by the husband-and-wife founders of Glumberland, a small indie studio just including the two. You may recall the game from their move…
Colby Deal
November 1, 2020
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The Walking Dead Final Season Review

It is clear that the final entry to Telltale's The Walking Dead is serviceable. As a series close to the hearts of many, several felt let down by its end, including myself. But, the final season manages to still have characters that are a three-dimensional showcased by a harder artstyle…
Derek Snow
October 13, 2020
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The Last Campfire Review

The Last Campfire is Hello Games' first foray into a fully single-player experience since their arguably rocky start with No Man’s Sky and its subsequent revival over the years.This heroic effort by Hello Games to redeem their game and make it live up to what was initially advertised has succeeded,…
Matthew Hurt
September 26, 2020
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Among Trees Review

from FJRD Interactive in which you explore a vast wooded land, filled with bountiful nature, forgotten landmarks and dangerous predators.You start off in the middle of the forest with nothing but your own two hands, your backpack, and your surroundings. As you start to walk around, picking up anything you…
Silas Bales
September 18, 2020
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Bloodroots

from Montreal-based indie developers Paper Cult. Their newest game is a fierce test of reflexes, precision, and mental fortitude. If you have ever wanted to battle with giant gears, carrots, or rubber ducks then look no further than Bloodroots. You control Mister Wolf, a wolf-pelt (probably where he gets his…
Sam Shields
March 9, 2020
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Mutazione Review

an awkward teen with a talent for gardening as she explores a mysterious island filled with exciting flora and family drama. But there's a catch to this strange place: most of the residents are mutants.Mutazione is a game available on Apple Arcade, PSN, Steam, Itch.io, Game Jolt, and GOG. Developed…
Derek Snow
September 30, 2019