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Supermarket Shriek

Going to the supermarket is not always exciting: looking for parking spaces, comparing prices, pushing a heavy cart and taking long lines at checkout counters. However, to combat the boredom of shopping, there is Supermarket Shriek, the game that will make you look at retail establishments with new eyes. Supermarket Shriek does not have a story. It is […]

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Dusk Diver

Dusk Diver is an action-packed beat-em-up game in dipped in an anime art-style. In the game you play as Yang Yumo, a high school student. She lives in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. Does this anime beat-em-up impress us? You’ll read our findings here. Dusk Diver is set in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. You […]

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Raging Loop

Visual novels are a very different kind of gamegenre within the industry. You can hardly call it games. You are mainly reading text. Of course this also has its advantages. There are more options to make the story interesting and more attention can be given to the audiovisual experience. The genre is very popular in […]

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Kill la Kill: IF Review

Kill la Kill’s analysis holds a wonderful surprise for fans of this anime and any fan of fighting games. A dynamic, spectacular and highly strategic game from the creators of Dragon Ball FighterZ (Arc System Works). With the launch of Kill the Kill IF for Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PC it is confirmed that Arc […]

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Aggelos review

Now when you look at indie games, you can see that some elements are fairly popular among the developers. One of which is the art style that is often reminiscent of the early 90’s where 16-bit games reigned supreme. That is not to say that it is a bit thing that games often look straight […]