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The Blackwell Epiphany Review

I've always had a soft spot for the point and click adventure game. Many of my formative gaming experiences were spent guiding the likes of…

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Brain Age: Concentration Training

Who says that online games are solely pointless bouts of wanton pleasure? On the contrary, closer scrutiny will reveal games that test, nourish, and strengthen…

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Types Of Virtual Girl Games To Keep You Spirited

Nowadays, the use of internet is just not limited to communication and information search but it has become a hub for gamers. Thousands of individuals…

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You Can’t Keep a Good Genre Down

I've probably mentioned before how many of my earliest-and some of my fondest- gaming memories came from playing point and click adventure games, particularly those…

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Catherine – Not For The Faint Of Heart!

Review of Catherine, an Anime style game that follows protagonist Vincent Brooks as he tries to resolve his involvement in a love triangle. His dream state offers complex puzzle action, while the waking state is spent looking for clues.

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Limbo Review

In 1929 Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali collaborated on a short film called Un Chien Andalou. It had no story, but was rather a collection…

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