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Fort Solis Review

Videogames as movies, movies as videogames. Crossovers between these two powerful mediums are frequent, with varying degrees of success. Fort Solis is one of the latest attempts at conveying a thrilling story with interaction possibilities, but along the way it somewhat forgets that it should be a game with some compelling mechanics to go along. In terms of atmosphere and setting, it’s an accomplishment, but the other half, the one that gets you to push buttons and affect the gameplay, is sadly lacking.Moon WalkerThe story may not win any awards for originality, but it’s realized in a very competent and engaging

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The Last Case Of Benedict Fox Review

Are you ready to dive into Limbo and explore the memories of the dead?Well, there's no turning back from this Lovecraftian mystery now!From titles like the cowboy roguelite Dust & Neon to the comedic jousting game Unicorns on Unicycles, Rogue Games Inc focus their efforts in publishing unique gaming experiences that offer a level of creativity. It comes to no surprise that The Last Case of Benedict Fox matches this publisher incredibly well, as this new title provides an intriguing atmosphere throughout.Based in the heart and soul of Poland's culture capital, Plot Twist is a development team formed of veterans that worked on major AAA titles such as

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Broken Pieces Review

Sometimes the greatest hits come from the most unsuspecting of places. Such is the case with Broken Pieces, the work of a new studio comprised of five people with the ambition and skill to pull it off. Elseware Experience created an engrossing adventure that is sure to please fans of Silent Hill and similar supernatural thrillers, delving into a mystery that is much bigger than the quaint French coastal village where the events take place. There’s even a shady cult thrown in for good measure, so you surely know that something bizarre is going on.Alone in the DarkElise and her fiancée

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South of the Circle Review

South of the Circle is the perfect reason for another heated but healthy games versus movies debate. It’s a gripping adventure with some tremendous storytelling that flawlessly uses clever gaming devices to create a fantastic experience, one that no movie or book would ever be capable of; supported by fine performances from a group of renowned actors and quality motion capture, this is a game… no, scratch that, an experience that fans ought not miss.Love and (Cold) WarThe adventure starts with a dramatic event as Peter, a Cambridge academic and main character crashes down in Antarctica during the 1960's Cold War.

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