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  • Review: Superliminal (PC)

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    Review: Superliminal (PC)

    A puzzle game that pushes you to see things differently.

    Superliminal is a game that time after time after time suggests to you, hints to you, or outright tells you that everything is a matter of perspective. It is a game that tells you that though you believe a puzzle to be impossible, the solution could be staring you right in the face.

    Superliminal is a game that takes these simple ideas and attempts to create an entire game with that in mind. You are taught that signs...
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  • Superliminal Brings Its Perception Bending Gameplay to Life Today

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    Superliminal Brings Its Perception Bending Gameplay to Life Today

    Things are not always as they seem.

    The perception bending puzzle game, Superliminal, is out today courtesy of Pillow Castle Games. This is the product of about six years of work from the team. Superliminal can be yours for $19.99 (USD) through the Epic Games Store on PC. If you purchase it before November 18 you will get an additional 15% discount.

    Superliminal is a single-player first-person puzzle game. The big hook with the game is using perception, or something close...
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  • Review: Journey for Elysium (PC VR)

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    Review: Journey for Elysium (PC VR)

    A short trip to the afterlife.

    For the past several months now, we have offered up glimpses of the story-driven VR adventure title Journey for Elysium. We saw a game that had a unique visual style, the promise of a story that would take us all to an afterlife, a world filled with architecture inspired by Greek mythology, and mind-bending puzzles to solve. The unique visual style was certainly eye catching, but I often wondered if the rest of the game would be able to hold up to this...
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  • The Tiny Bang Story is Out Now on Nintendo Switch

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    The Tiny Bang Story is Out Now on Nintendo Switch

    Solve puzzles in order to save a tiny planet.

    Ellada Games and developer Colibri Games just released The Tiny Bang Story today on the Nintendo Switch. This game tasks you with solving a bunch of puzzles, exploring, and trying to restore Tiny Planet after a meteor broke it into numerous puzzle-shaped pieces.

    The visuals are hand-drawn and have a certain charm to them. The game is being sold for just $9.99 (USD) for the Nintendo Switch. I don't know how long this game is...
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  • Catherine: Full Body Out Now on PS4

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    Catherine: Full Body Out Now on PS4

    More story, more gameplay, more innuendo.

    Atlus just released Catherine: Full Body today for the PlayStation 4. This extended cut of the original Catherine features all-new story paths, new cutscenes, new stages, new gameplay modes, new endings, and more. It's perfect for those who wanted to get the original game but haven't yet done so.

    Of course, there is a bit more to this release than just new story and new content. It also features improved visuals and music. This...
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  • Review: The Sinking City (PC)

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    Review: The Sinking City (PC)

    That sinking feeling.

    Frogware's The Sinking City is perhaps the best love letter to Lovecraft that we have seen in quite some time, but that may not be saying much. This most direct competition to The Sinking City was 2018's Call of Cthulhu, which really failed to capitalize on any single gameplay aspect. The Sinking City, on the other hand, at least manages to excel in one or two key areas, even if it barely stays afloat in others.

    The city of Oakmont is the main location...
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  • Bendy and the Ink Machine Brings Horror and Puzzles to Consoles Starting April 9


    The Joey Drew Studios developed game, Bendy and the Ink Machine, is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch starting on April 9. This is all thanks to Maximum Games and Rooster Teeth Games teaming up to bring this first-person puzzle horror title to as many platforms as possible.

    The game will be available on April 9 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Nintendo Switch release will be a bit behind but will be out on April 23. This release includes all five...
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  • Bungie Throws in the Towel on Niobe Labs, Will Unlock Bergusia Forge in Destiny 2 Later Today for Everyone


    Yesterday, a Destiny 2 update included a new head scratching puzzle. Solving this puzzle would open up the fourth and final Forge in the Black Armory DLC for everyone to hop into and enjoy. The problem is, Bungie maybe made the puzzles a bit too difficult as they have not yet been solved and the forge has not yet been unlocked.

    The puzzle centers around a new area called Niobe Labs. In this new area, players unlock various levels and encounters by solving puzzles. These puzzles...
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  • A Fold Apart Tackles the Puzzle of Long Distant Relationships

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    A Fold Apart Tackles the Puzzle of Long Distant Relationships

    A Fold Apart is a new puzzle focused title that was announced this weekend during the Kinda Funny Games Showcase. The game is a puzzle-driven narrative adventure that is inspired by the real-life story of designer Mark Lafromboise.

    A Fold Apart will be released Spring 2019 for PC and the Nintendo Switch. A release on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will follow after. You can find out more on their website, Twitter, or Facebook.
    The upcoming puzzle-driven narrative adventure
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  • Iris.Fall Has a New Trailer Along with a Slight Delay in its Release Date

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    Iris.Fall Has a New Trailer Along with a Slight Delay in its Release Date

    Creepy puzzles await you in Iris.Fall, the upcoming game from NEXT Studio (audio warning) and publisher Zodiac Interactive. Iris.Fall was originally slated to launch this month but has since been pushed back ever so slightly until December 7. That's not so bad, right? It's only a month away from release as of today.

    Today's news of the delay does come with a silver lining. A new trailer was released to show off a bit more of the game and its unique visual style.
    The trailer
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  • First Episode of Destination Primus Vita is Out Now

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    First Episode of Destination Primus Vita is Out Now

    A new episodic adventure game called Destination Primus Vita was recently released on PC and Mac. More specifically, the first episode of this first-person puzzler adventure game was released.
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  • Hands On Gameplay Preview of Past Cure

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    Hands On Gameplay Preview of Past Cure

    Back in January, I was offered the opportunity to try out an early build of the upcoming psychological thriller meets third-person action title, Past Cure. The build of the game I played was just two levels from the full game. At the time of the preview, the game was still very much in development at Phantom 8 Studio. Typically, when you play a game you notice that they tend to mesh all of their gameplay elements into a singular focus for the entirety of the experience. There usually isn...
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  • Article: Hands On Gameplay Preview of Past Cure

    Back in January, I was offered the opportunity to try out an early build of the upcoming psychological thriller meets third-person action title,...
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  • Review: Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy (Mobile/3DS)

    Riddle me this.
    The last Professor Layton game I played was, I believe, the very first one to ever come out for the Nintendo DS. It was Professor Layton and the Curious Village and it came out back in 2007. I may have played or owned Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box but I honestly cannot remember for sure. This is all really beside the point. What I can say with certainty here is that Professor Layton and the Curious Village seemed to offer a splendid blend of new ideas, lovable...
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  • Review: Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy (Mobile/3DS)

    Riddle me this.
    The last Professor Layton game I played was, I believe, the very first one to ever come out for the Nintendo DS. It was Professor...
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