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Review : Tell Me Why : A Memorable Journey

Review : Tell Me Why : A Memorable Journey

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here Video game developers Dontnod Entertainment released the first installment of their latest adventure game Tell Me Why on PC and Xbox in late August 2020. Tell Me Why is an episodic game with three parts; the final episode released just two short…
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Review : Wasteland 3 : An Enjoyable Apocalypse

Review : Wasteland 3 : An Enjoyable Apocalypse

You can find Seasoned Gaming's review policy here Picture this. You're in post-apocalyptic Colorado as a member of the elite Ranger team, November. There's danger and intrigue around every corner. All that stands between you and certain doom is your five elite squad mates, a backpack full of different weapons,…
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Review : Vader Immortal : One with the Force

Review : Vader Immortal : One with the Force

If you’d like to understand our criteria for scoring and discussing games, please read our review policy. When Vader Immortal was announced, as a Star Wars fan, I felt a disturbance in the force, and other places. Finally I would be able to jump in the robes of a Jedi…
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Review : Darkestville Castle : When Keeping It Evil Goes Wrong

Review : Darkestville Castle : When Keeping It Evil Goes Wrong

You can find Seasoned Gaming’s review policy here Mischief, troublemaking, and other means of silly, evil antics have made their way to consoles this week with Darkestville Castle. Developers Epic Llama (along with the assistance of Buka Entertainment) initially launched their humor focused 'point and click' adventure title on Steam…
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Review : Lost Wing : Neon Space Cowboy

Review : Lost Wing : Neon Space Cowboy

You can find Seasoned Gaming's review policy here I don’t think simple games ever really get as much appreciation as they should.  Independent titles like “Hyperdot” offer a simple control style and concept that evolves into a much deeper experience than one could expect.  With every failure there is a…
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Review : Ghost of Tsushima : A Beautiful Journey

Review : Ghost of Tsushima : A Beautiful Journey

Cliché: a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought. Kind of a harsh way to start my Ghost of Tsushima review, I know. The unfortunate reality is that the new Sucker Punch Productions game doesn't break much new ground. That's not to say that…
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Review : Beyond a Steel Sky : A Long Awaited Revival

Review : Beyond a Steel Sky : A Long Awaited Revival

PC gamers of the early 90's are certainly no strangers to the wave of 'adventure' games that flooded the scene during that era. There were almost too many to keep up with. However, a few still hold ground as the ''forefathers'' of the genre, and are considered favorites 20+ years…
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Review : Westmark Manor : Puzzles, Nightmares, and Cosmic Chaos

Review : Westmark Manor : Puzzles, Nightmares, and Cosmic Chaos

Grab some matchsticks, a lantern, or whatever sources of light you can find; you're going to need them. Nodbrim Interactive's latest Steam release, Westmark Manor, welcomes those who are pursuing a true challenge within its dark, haunted hallways. Plunging players into a tale of cosmic horror and mystery; there are…
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