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Review: Decay Of Logos

Rising Star Games invites you into what they claim to be a "vibrant interconnected fantasy realm." What's really present here is the lovechild of...

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Can you walk through Sarah's dream? Pick up the objects and wake from your slumber.

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Fallen Legion: Revenants is an unusual game. When the rest of the gaming industry said “We think games should work like *this*”, Fallen Legion:...

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Review: Eternal Hope

If you go into Eternal Hope with measured expectations, you won't be disappointed. It's a story, first and foremost. Sure, the puzzles are interesting at times, but the gameplay largely feels like an afterthought. As it stands, Eternal Hope is probably best left to casual gamers who enjoy an atmospheric experience. Inveterate platformer fans aren't going to find much here except frustration.