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Not for Broadcast Review

FMV has fell out of popularity in an era with more detailed and quality 3D models, and is only making a resurgence recently with the indie community. It's a medium that can better portray characters and create a connection between the player and the story, but the problem lies with player engagement because the gameplay relies on what scenes are recorded which limits player agency. One such FMV game is being developed by NotGames, it's called Not For BroadcastThe story starts as the player character (Alex) is deceived into taking his friends job as he moves out of the country, only

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Wordscapes Review (Mobile)

Wordscapes is a free word game from PeopleFun. If you want to test how broad your vocabulary is, this app will not disappoint. There are currently over 6,000 levels to unlock. It also allows you to learn new words and add them to your stock of knowledge. You will have fun playing while gaining the benefits of a sharper brain. If you find a level too hard to solve, you have the option to use Wordscapes Answers that you will find online.It’s free to playYou can download this game for free. If you are the type of player that does not

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Dread Nautical Review

It's Lovecraftian. No, apparently it doesn't mean Minecraft porn.Dread Nautical by Zen Studios on many aspects reminds me of Dark Quest 2 (it's already been almost three years now since I reviewed that one!). It's tactical, it's turn-based, you get one character in the beginning and gather a bigger team later on. Finally, both games strive for scariness in their own unique ways whilst they also try to be in unique ways cartoony and end up doing both these things poorly.Dread Nautical is too ugly to be a children's game and not detailed enough to be a proper horror. Now I

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Kingdom Hearts III Review

The decade long wait is over, but is it worth it? Is Kingdom Hearts III the sequel we were hoping for?Well, it depends. The experience the game brings is very much like the one from past titles, the "cringey" dialogue is back in full force as well as everything else you'd expect from a Kingdom Hearts title but it is lacking in some areas that make it a hard sell overall if you aren't already a fan of the series.Starting off, you can see why Square decided to go for the particular worlds they chose, the visuals in the game have come eerily

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Genshin Impact Review

Genshin Impact gained a bit of traction since it’s released, and the game made $50 million in the first week. Obviously, we are talking about a new open-world trending free-to-play game available for PC, PlayStation 4, and even for your phone or tablet.People are saying that Genshin Impact is one of the most impressive free-to-play games ever experienced, so let’s jump down into details to see what this game is about.In most cases, when you see a free-to-play game, you are expecting either some sort of competitive multiplayer game or a low-quality game. However, Genshin's Impact is neither of these.It is