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I love indie horror games for their unique concepts. I also love that Steam has made it possible for new game developers to share them. Steam’s indie horror scene is how I discovered The Exorcist, an early-access horror game by Z Games that was released...

Root Letter is the first title in the Kadokawa Game Mystery series with contributions from key...

It’s hard not to like the Rabbids. Their wacky antics and comedic style make for charming and...

Nintendo is good at finding ways to keep its Miis relevant. What started out as a personal novelty...

It’s been a long while since Sonic the Hedgehog received manic praise. The once-equal rival of...

Fullbright’s followup to 2013’s Gone Home is similarly focused on narrative, but it presents...

Back in 2015 Nintendo brought a brand new game titled Splatoon to the world. It was a weird game...

A movie tie-in game is a dime a dozen and rarely more than a quick cash-in. Developers tasked with...

Judging a game can be challenging. On one hand you might reflect on how much fun the game was by...

If you go into Pixel Titans’ Strafe expecting a first-person shooter straight out of 1996,...