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Transistor Review

"Transistor looks amazing, sounds incredible and features an elegant but deep combat system that will probably be copied by every ARPG for the next five years." Read our full review for more!

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Monochroma Review

There’s one big hook setting Monochroma apart from games like Limbo and Contrast: you have to take care of your little brother. Read our review to see if this is a bloodline worth saving.

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SMITE Review

"SMITE offers a new take on MOBA style games with its third person view and WASD controls, breathing life into a slightly stale game genre plagued with copy cats." Read our full review for more!

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The Bridge Review

Out this month is the Mac-compatible version of The Bridge, a one-of-a-kind indie platformer developed by Ty Taylor & Mario Castañeda in 2011. Read our review to see if this port's worth your time.

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First Impressions: Endless Legend

Endless Legend was released as a Steam Early Access game in late-April. Typically, Early Access games receive a fair amount of flack for just how rough the product is. And while that should be expected, as they're usually in the Alpha stage of development, a select few have been released in pretty great condition. Endless Legend is one of these.

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Full Bore Review

"The joke behind Full Bore's name is twofold: you control a boar, and you have to bore down into the Earth an partake in terrain manipulation and block puzzles." Read our review to see if you should bore into this game or avoid it completely in fear of boredom.

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Daylight Review

Daylight is a game with a singular purpose of scaring the bejesus out of players with procedurally generated level design, creepy atmosphere, and more jump scares than a Doom 3 monster closet. Does it success in scaring us or should you just avoid playing? Read our review and find out!

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