Review: Wylde Flowers (PC)

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I’m going to start this by being very upfront: before playing Wylde Flowers for PC, I played it through on Apple Arcade. Twice. I legitimately spent dozens of hours in the cozy world created by Studio Drydock. Despite that, after booting the new Switch version up and seeing the camera…

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Review: Kaichu – A Kaiju Dating Sim (PC)

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Dating is hard. First you have to meet someone you’re at least vaguely attracted to in some sense. Then there’s the awkward first date, the one where neither party knows whether or not they should kiss if it goes well so they just make weird eyes at each other before…

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Review: Immortality (PC)

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The content warnings for Immortality are plenty. It includes everything from swearing and blasphemy to incest and murder. No content warnings would scare me off this game, let alone ones that basically contain the features of any V.C. Andrews novel. Immortality may have only been announced last year, but it…

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Review: Cult Of The Lamb (PC)

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Religion is one of those topics you’re never meant to discuss in polite society. When it comes to video games, it’s one that’s historically either been airbrushed out of games to avoid offence, or dealt with in very broad brush strokes to define it away from existing real-world religious groups.…

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Review: Fishing Paradiso (PC)

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Not once have I ever thought to myself “hmm, I really need a fishing RPG in my life.” That is, not until now. Fishing Paradiso is, in fact, a fishing RPG, and I honestly say my life is better with this game in it. It first launched for iOS/Android in…

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Review: Cat Café Manager (PC)

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What can I say about cats that hasn’t been said before? Cats are great. They do silly things, like chasing small plastic springs. They do cute things, like lick your nose to say hello. They do impressive yet annoying things, like beg for food (but at exactly the right time).…

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