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Somerville Review: A Man and His Dog at the End of the World
by Daniel Solomon
Jumpship's debut mixes grand sci-fi and familial drama in a more cinematic take on PLAYDEAD's earlier titles to mixed effect.
Oxenfree II: Lost Signals Will Run Free in the Fall
by David Carcasole
Five years after releasing the critically-acclaimed Oxenfree, Night School Studio and MWM Interactive announce Oxenfree II: Lost Signals.
Life is Strange: True Colors Releases This Fall
by Josh Broadwell
Square Enix revealed Life is Strange: True Colors during Square Enix Presents, alongside the Life is Strange Remastered Collection.
Deliver Us the Moon Review: Unraveling the Mysteries of Space
A narrative journey through space so intriguing and full of compelling puzzles that it easily papers over some minor cracks in execution and major leaps it asks the player to make.
Man of Medan Review: Evolving, Choice-Driven Horror With Unique Multiplayer
by David Jagneaux
Supermassive Games proves that lightning can strike twice with Man of Medan, which (mostly) successfully carries the torch handed down by Until Dawn while adding a clever co-op twist.
GRIS Review: A Watercolor Platformer Full of Hope
Nomada Studio's debut game is a must for lovers of art and subtle storytelling.
Three Fourths Home review
by Joe DeClara
Bracket Games' narrative-driven title features a minimalist art style, expansive dialogue mechanics, and a daring story about adolescence, disability and regret.
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