goodbyedeponia

After the disappointment of Daedalic’s Memoria, I was a little nervous about the potential for Goodbye Deponia. Sure the series features one of the funniest antihero’s in recent memory in Rufus, and an overall unique- albeit European- charm, but had Daedalic reached a point of over saturation in the adventure genre? I’m happy to report
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Crystal Dynamics has taken a bold move in rebooting the popular action-adventure title, which personally I felt lost its focus and purpose over the course of fifteen years. In Tomb Raider (2013) Crystal Dynamics has freed the protagonist of her baggage, which has been gathering over the span of nine games and getting back to
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In a year that has been chock full of memorable experiences, from Dishonored’s brilliant twist on stealth-action, XCOM setting a new standard for strategy games, Tribes Ascend becoming the first great free-to-play game… what Telltale accomplished with The Walking Dead adventure series actually seems like the most significant. While it’s a not a revelation in gameplay, it’s a new high for storytelling. The final episode
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If German developers Daedalic Entertainment have followed the old adage that we should write what we know, It doesn’t take a lot of conjecture to say they weren’t very popular growing up. For the second time in the last 3 months the developers have released an adventure title starring a hopeless outsider struggling to fit into a world where
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the-walking-dead-game-episode-3-walkthrough

After the craziness of episode 2 -a remarkable self-contained narrative that, although predictable, embodied the series signature gloominess; forcing pain staking choices, and offering buckets of gore- episode 3 brings us back to Lee and gang as they return to the motel, and struggle with the repercussions of what happened at the farm. The biggest
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Home is a pixel-art horror/adventure game that is going to be available on PC on June 1st. It will be available in two editions, a “Regular” edition and “Old-School Collector’s” edition. Home‘s Regular Edition rings up to $2.00 and entitles you to a DRM-free download of the game, whereas the Old-School Collector’s Edition has been
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