Murdered: Soul Suspect Review

Murdered: Soul Suspect is a game that seems to have been made for those who enjoy the stories in their games above all else. Needless to say, I enjoyed it very much, but I can also see how others could walk away with a completely different impression. It is a game littered with various flaws, after all, and while I felt that all of these flaws were minimized and outweighed by the strength of its story and atmosphere, those who primarily look for a deep gameplay experience and replay value are bound to wind up disappointed. Read more →

Child of Light Review

Child of Light is a niche kind of RPG that does exactly what it sets out to do: create a whimsical fantasy. Becoming lost in the lightheartedness—and occasional bittersweet moments—of that fantasy is really the main draw of a game such as this, and it succeeds for the most part thanks to its hand-drawn aesthetic, memorable music, and solid pacing. This is a game that has very few flaws, and while a fairytale in the form of a game certainly won’t appeal to everyone, most who try it will end up ensnared by its abundant charms. Read more →

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