The Samaritan Paradox is a paragon example for interactive fiction that doesn't rely on violence or sensationalism to tell a compelling story. [...]

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As voted for by our community, the GameCloud Editorial Team discuss their personal picks for the saddest deaths in gaming history! [...]

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The 21st of April 1989 marked a special date in video game hardware history. Forever this date has transcended a cultural phenomenon with the debut of the simple designed grey brick of gaming joy. Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Game Boy has become the […]

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Yoshi’s New Island was a game filled with potential, but sadly, fails to move the series forward in any meaningful direction. […]

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Special thanks to Shane Smith for the awesome banners that you will see in this article, and in many other articles that you see on Gamecloud. If you’d like to see more if his work, you can find it here. In the first part of […]

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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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I sincerely wish I could say the jury is out on the final decision, but I was all but forcing myself to get through this game and with much less satisfaction than I expected.

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Ground Zeroes is “technically” outstanding and there is plenty of content, but it’s not a complete game. It really should have been a demo. […]

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Fallout is a very special series to us, having spent so many hours just roving it's expansive wastelands and enjoying all the rewards it has to [...]

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FEZ Review

FEZ keeps classic platforming fresh with a modern twist. Each of the levels are thoughtfully crafted and well presented, giving players everything […]

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