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You have complete control over how you find each of the game’s clues and how to piece them all together. Gone Home is one of those rare games which thrusts the player in to an environment with no puzzles and no enemies and just lets them explore. You’re a college student returning home from a year abroad and upon arriving at your family’s estate, no one is home. There’s an outcome, sure, but how you get there is completely up to you and how much you explore. The player scavenges the house for any and all clues about where their family has gone and what they’ve done.
Lazarski discovers a dead body in a seedy tenement building – but it’s been decapitated, so he’s not immediately sure whether the body belongs to his son. Lazarski receives a mysterious message from his son that leads him to a slum area in Krakow in Poland, which serves as one of the game’s primary Blade Runner-esque settings. Playing as Lazarski, you work for Chiron as a ‘neural detective’, who has the ability to hack into people’s minds and explore their thoughts and dreams.
In this case the mechanics revolve around placing shapes into gaps on cube-based objects, rotating the object and even combining multiple pieces to find the right place for everything. 99], has announced his new project called Scalak and is currently looking for some more beta test participants in our forums. I’m bad at explaining it but it’s pretty clear how Scalak works in the following trailer. Like his previous work, Scalak utilizes simple game mechanics but layers them together to create an increasingly deeper experience, and of course it’s all wrapped up in really striking visuals and sounds. 99] and co-developer of the oddly satisfying button-pushing puzzler PUSH [
The only way to survive is by leading your own mercenary outfit of. Pre-order now to receive the Shadowhawk Pack (includes a Mech skin and a wallpaper) for free. It’s 3025 and the world is being torn apart by conflict while an interstellar civil war is a-brewing. BATTLETECH, is now available for pre-order, DRM-free on GOG.
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Taking clear inspiration from the Oregon Trail (but with Vikings and monsters) you lead a caravan across a dying world in search of safety and supplies. Gameplay takes place across different sections of travel, decision-making and combat, which all blend smoothly together. Visual treats aside, the core gameplay is very fun.
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Perception is an interesting beast. Welcome back to the SwitchArcade Roundup, where we’re chatting new releases including Payday 2, some news, and pointing out some new and soon-to-expire sales. It’s interesting how the Switch is basically an Android tablet, and yet people are willing to pay console game prices on the platform, yet won’t on iOS or Android, hmm. Always worth keeping in mind. The world of the Switch is staying busy, with a ton of titles continually popping up, including the interesting dilemma of mobile games releasing on the platform.
Developer Chucklefish promised online multiplayer when the game was initially pitched to fans, and the feature will soon come to the game in the form of “farmhands”: three of your friends who assist you in operating your farm and can even get married in your game. Following years of disappointment with the Harvest Moon farming series he had once loved so much, first-time developer Eric Barone took it upon himself to create his own version of the game, complete with gorgeous retro-inspired sprites, charming characters, marriage, combat, and plenty of post-launch support.
The plot does feel a little thin at times, but the action sequences are as fast and furious as Fury Road itself – and fully deserving the game’s 18 rating – so if you enjoyed the film then this Mad Max game is the closest thing you’ll get to a sequel, while we wait for the real thing to come along.
You play a teenage girl called Max Caulfield who is having a bit of a bad day at school. At first glance, Life Is Strange looks like a fairly conventional adventure game. Max ducks out of class and heads to the bathroom for a time-out, and as you wander the school corridoors you can click on objects or people around you to gather information that guides you through the game. That’s routine adventure stuff, but life starts to get strange when Max witnesses the murder of her friend Chloe – and discovers that she has the ability to turn back time.