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Question of the month: December 2017 edition

It’s that time again: the question of the month is back and will see us attempt to answer a quandary that has been puzzling the gaming community since it first wielded the Master Sword. We’re going up against our friends and blogging neighbours in order to find the ultimate response in less than 100 words – and we’re asking you to choose the winner by … Continue reading Question of the month: December 2017 edition

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Conversation and critique: Broken Sword 4

Last month, the lovely nufafitc from Emotional Multimedia Ride very kindly participated in the first ever conversation and critique post. We both played The Brotherhood’s isometric horror-adventure CAYNE before getting together online to chat about our thoughts; and both came away feeling that it was a good game considering it’s free, but ultimately a little forgettable. You’re better off sticking with STASIS. Nathan from Hurricane … Continue reading Conversation and critique: Broken Sword 4

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Raji: An Ancient Epic on Kickstarter

According to Wikipedia, the video game sector in India is still underdeveloped compared to other Asian countries such as China and South Korea. Mobile apps seem to be the trend and it can be hard for developers to find the necessary funding to create PC and console games. That partly explains why Raji: An Ancient Epic caught my eye while browsing through entries on Kickstarter … Continue reading Raji: An Ancient Epic on Kickstarter