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DREDGE Review

At first glance, Dredge by Black Salt Games seems like a relaxing game full of fishing mini-games. But not everything is as it seems and leaving the safe harbor can quickly lead to encounters with horrors hiding in the depths. And once you submerge into the ominous atmosphere of the Dredge, you can’t hide from it even on land. You are surrounded by dark secrets and your only way out is to hope that your nets catch something, that will help you survive the madness.You start the game as a fisherman who crashes his ship near an island called Greater Marrow.

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The Moon Hell Review

In a time of political turmoil after the death of the king, the Moon Grimoire has been stolen from the Sun Temple. To prevent a forbidden cult from turning the world into Hell, the head priest has dispatched faithful followers to recover the tome. With no map and little light, will you be the one to find the grimoire and save everyone?The Moon Hell puts you into a dark world that is already beginning to be invaded by demonic entities. In order to find the Moon Grimoire, you need to battle your way deeper and deeper into cult territory, locating equipment

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Parallel Review

Prepare to enter the surreal world of Parallel. Single-handedly developed and published by Rodrigo Bantazo, this game will take you on a trippy journey through an alternate world consisting of a new civilization. If you’re not one for clowns, you may want to pass on this first-person RPG action-adventure released October 5, 2022 on Steam for Windows.INITIAL IMPRESSIONSFor those completionists out there, Parallel can be wrapped up in 3-5 hours, depending on what is done in the game. I played for an hour, and here’s my initial impression from my time within the unique realm.My character woke up after a very

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The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition Review

Obsidian is back for another round with The Outer Worlds, the acclaimed but also divisive RPG that could be labeled as a Fallout spin-off and no one would be too bothered about it. This time, we get the The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition which includes the base game and its DLC, Murder on Eridanos and Peril on Gorgon. Furthermore, it brings an increased level cap and allegedly improved performance, graphics, additional animations, and all that jazz. But is it all that it’s touted to be?The Outer World Is Your OysterThose who have played The Outer Worlds, or any Obsidian RPG

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Kerbal Space Program 2 Review

Dust off those EVA suits and prepare for launch. Then brace yourself for potentially far more explosions than you can shake a payload at, as the rockets you intensely labor over for hours may falter within mere seconds.Don’t let that discourage you! As Chris Hadfield, one of the most seasoned and accomplished astronauts, said: “Early success is a terrible teacher.”What game could possibly deliver such exciting potential energy and cataclysmic, cosmic chaos? To answer that, let’s travel back in time. In 2011 Kerbal Space Program introduced us to adorable green Kerbonauts and intrepid space engineers from the world of Kerbin. On

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