The 100 canonical games: 50-41

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There are thousands upon thousands of games that have been released over the years. Narrowing them down to a “top 100” was always going to be a challenge, but the whole DDNet team has come together to build a list of the 100 most canonical games that we feel all…

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Catch-up coffee Monday: August 9, 2016

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News by Lindsay M. Welcome to Digitally Downloaded’s weekly news feature, Catch-up coffee Monday. Each Monday we will bring you the best news from the previous week that you may have missed. Grab the biggest mug you’ve got, fill it with your favourite brew, and catch up with us (and…

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Friday 10s: The great original soundtracks

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Everyone likes a top-10 list. They’re a bit of fun, and always good for discussion. And so each week we pull together a “top 10” list. These are here for fun and laughs – we’re not pretending that we’re the authority of good games taste in the world and this…

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To the Moon to get a retail release!

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We like to support the indie developers wherever possible, and so we’re going to bend our focus on Digitally Downloadable games for a moment to let everyone know that the amazing storytelling experience, To the Moon, is getting a retail release. Lace Mamba has picked up the distribution rights to…

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Review: To The Moon (PC)

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Looking at the screenshots, To The Moon looks like a JRPG. More specifically, it looks like an RPG Maker project. The reality couldn’t be further from that. This is in many ways the ultimate in indie game development; it’s highly experimental, and as you dig in, the more you realise…

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Review: To The Moon (PC)

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Looking at the screenshots, To The Moon looks like a JRPG. More specifically, it looks like an RPG Maker project. The reality couldn’t be further from that. This is in many ways the ultimate in indie game development; it’s highly experimental, and as you dig in, the more you realise…

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