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Detroit Become Human – I Am Alive, Android Revolutions

Is there a heart inside the chest of the android? What do you see, machine or man? Sing it with me now! That's the perfect song to describe a game like Detroit: Become Human! It is also the first game I've played that started as a PlayStation exclusive before it branched out to PC. I… Continue reading Detroit Become Human – I Am Alive, Android Revolutions

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Alice Madness Returns – The Corrupted Wonderland

Another game review! I'm just on fire with the games in my backlog lately, I think I know why. Ever since I quit Instagram, the pressure to capture everything has dropped tremendously so I can concentrate on what really matters to me. Speaking of which, I do plan to share an update on how I'm… Continue reading Alice Madness Returns – The Corrupted Wonderland

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My Brother Rabbit – Between Imagination and Reality

I've been clearing games on the backlog to pave the way for a big story-rich game that I had no idea existed until last year and I've already had several dreams about it. So, with that being said, here is another review of an indie game that was quite delightful and nostalgic. My Brother Rabbit… Continue reading My Brother Rabbit – Between Imagination and Reality

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Destroy All Humans! – Rise of the Furon Empire

I love these games that allow me to release my anger on society without harming a soul and this is one of them. A faithfully made remaster of the original game, mind you, I did not play the original but one of my friends did who recommended this remaster to me once it was released.… Continue reading Destroy All Humans! – Rise of the Furon Empire

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Ori and the Blind Forest – Nibel in Distress

I've saved the forest! How very satisfying! I first heard of the Ori franchise from fellow bloggers when the second game was nominated for several awards at the Game Awards in 2020. I became curious and decided to check out the series, and when I do, if I can, I start at the very beginning,… Continue reading Ori and the Blind Forest – Nibel in Distress

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Gris – Visualizing the Stages of Grief

There are many indie games that I have played that are simply stunning but nothing compares to Gris. Seriously, where do I commence? I bought it during the summer sale last year when I was attracted to its ethereal atmosphere and beautiful soundtrack, I was not disappointed once I started playing. The game centers around… Continue reading Gris – Visualizing the Stages of Grief

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Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice – Voices of Lost Souls

Welcome back to another game review with me! This time I've finished playing a game that focuses on the Viking age and Norse mythology as well as mental health all wrapped into one to give us Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice. I always get drawn to games in my discovery queue that have a female protagonist and… Continue reading Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice – Voices of Lost Souls

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Unpacking – Homey Puzzles

I thought it was time to squeeze in a short indie game before returning to the main games currently in progress. So I thought, how about one of the new indie games I just bought? It's a basic puzzle game where you are unpacking a girl's belongings at different stages of her life, starting with… Continue reading Unpacking – Homey Puzzles

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Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor – War Against The Black Hand

If I had a dollar for the number of times I was called "man-swine" in this game, I'd be a millionaire. It's time to review Shadow of Mordor which I have been playing for the past three months, and it feels longer than that. Now here I am after finishing the main storyline and nearly… Continue reading Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor – War Against The Black Hand

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Call of Cthulhu – Path to Madness

Welcome to my first game review of 2022! Another game beat, it seems that I've spent the last few months clearing the horror games on my backlog the most since I've started to enjoy survival horror games more! This one I had to play since I'm a Lovecraft fan, it's inspired by his most famous… Continue reading Call of Cthulhu – Path to Madness