Double Fine took a pretty decent stab at a revival of the genre, something they’re clearly keen on, what with this and the Grim Fandango remaster. What started out as something really promising with BAct1, however, has ended disappointingly with the delivery of the second […]

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Life is Strange gives players the unique ability to rewind time in order to manipulate events, which is very cool, but for me, Episode 2 really needed [...]

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I enjoyed my time with Episode 2: Atlas Mugged, but I'm starting to worry that the hype I want to feel for this game won't be paid off [...]

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Simply put, it plays like a Telltale game that’s driven by the heart of Gone Home and laced with themes derivative of Twin Peaks; though, it [...]

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Where “Crown of the Sunken King” was focused on environmental puzzles, “Crown of the Old Iron King” is all about new enemies and challenging [...]

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When things start going bad in this episode, as things are wont to do in The Walking Dead, they start going bad fast […]

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Amid The Ruins doesn’t pull any punches. I honestly can’t tell if the choices I made were just really bad, or if Telltale Games actually wanted to hate myself by the end.

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Dark Souls II is a phenomenal game and Crown of the Sunken King, the first of the DLC trilogy, feels as if it was always meant to be a part of it [...]

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In Harms Way does a fantastic job in avoiding a mid-season lull. Carver is a compelling villain, and it’s interesting learning more about life within the camp; which we first learned about in the 400 Days DLC.

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While the previous episode left me feeling concerned, “A Crooked Mile” has quelled those fears and raised my expectations! […]

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