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Lake Ridden Review

Lake Ridden a puzzle/Adventure game PS. This is not a horror game!Pros:Fun puzzles to solve that require some thinking.Beautiful atmosphere.The music is really nice as you walk around solving puzzles.Voice acting is pretty decent.Very well-written story.Great backstories.Some really well-placed sound effects.Some achievements for hunters out there.Pretty decent graphic settings.Controller support for Xbox and PS4 controllers.Cons:The game is a  little too pricey for how much you can do it in and how long the gameplay is.Conclusion:This game is a full adventure/puzzle game so if that’s not your thing you may not like it, I personally love a good puzzle game so no

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Die for Valhalla! Review

What do you mean I can play only as a female?!Trying to keep up with the amount of goofy humor in Die for Valhalla! might be a way tougher nut to crack than explaining who we're actually playing as, so this quasi-sexist intro will have to do. While I do believe there is a place in videogames for good jokes, bad jokes as well as full seriosity, I can't get over the fact that the guys from Monster Couch didn't find place for a coherent narrative to the story their game tells. Even though the animated sketches where the game would

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SCUM Review

First of all, sorry for my absence, but hey, what better way to come back to writting then to review a game that blew up on Steam, Twitch, Youtube etc. The devs were nice enough to provide me with the game so let's do this.An open-world, early access survival game with crafting mechanics and zombies… Have we stepped into a time portal back to 2013? Remember Dayz? Yeah, neither do I, that game was a huge success... and then it flopped... badly.  Despite being exhausted with that type of experience, SCUM is fantastic. It’s still very much an Early Access title

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Dark Quest 2 Review

Darkness... Served sweet. But still somewhat insipid.Who knows? Maybe all these orcs, goblins, werewolves and undead creatures my team has cold-bloodedly murdered on their way to the not-so-grand finale all had their feelings, fears, dreams and hobbies? And maybe that "Evil Sorcerer" was in fact a friendly old man truly concerned about the raising of kids these days, wanting to run a campaign aimed to encourage them to read more books? You have nothing to rely on, but your own imagination when dealing with a story like the one presented by creators from Brain Seal Entertainment in the sequel of their

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Death's Gambit - The Good, The Bad and The Beautiful

The Good.Death's gambit is beautifully crafted, and unafraid of changing the aesthetics of the game sometimes in order to create a unique level and experience, the game derives heavily from dark souls with healing and resting and souls mechanics but also leaves room for plenty of appealing original concepts such as characters, dialogues, storytelling, weapon movesets, individual-map-objectives and the use of purchasable special moves that can be combined with other special moves to better fit a players style. Not to mention some really cool and creative monster visual designs that range from familiar humanoids to crazy reality-bending fish monsters.If you are