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That Dragon, Cancer is an extremely personal and, at times, deeply moving videogame. I really do applaud the bravery of the Green family, who have chosen to share such an intimate and tragic part of their lives. They, and the rest of the Numinous Games team, have created a game with such overwhelming emotional moments that forces even the biggest of cynics to feel something at their very core. This, quite frankly, is an incredible achievement for any piece of art.
A quick early look at Burly Men At Sea, by Brain&Brain
A fan of games like The Stanley Parable and The Beginner’s Guide? Then you’ll want to check out Dr. Langsekov, The Tiger and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist!
After my first 10 hours with The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, here are my first thoughts & opinions on the story, combat and user interface in the game.
As I said in my review for the first game, The Jackbox Party Pack is a wonderful idea for a party game. Unfortunately, the second pack is mostly disappointing. Find out why after the break.
If you have anyone you can remotely call a friend then perhaps you should get The Jackbox Party Pack. Read the full Steam review after the break.
The Novelist creates an emotional connection between player and characters that should be highly commended, if you can look past the repetitive gameplay. Read the full review after the break.
As long as you are not the type of gamer that scoffs at story based games with no traditional gameplay then I would recommend The Beginner’s Guide to you. Do not watch the trailer. Do not view the screenshots. Just set aside an hour and a half and play the game from start to finish. Stop reading this review and do so now, I very highly doubt you will regret it.