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Inside Review: Solve tricky puzzles, die in horrifying but darkly funny ways

Back in 2010, a Danish indie studio called Playdead released a macabre side-scroller called Limbo. It was good. In 2016, that same studio is releasing a new macabre side-scroller. This one’s called Inside, and it’s really, really good. I played the game from start to finish in one sitting. I laughed a lot, often in horror. Inside is a perfectly paced series of escalating "holy shit" moments.

John Romero celebrates the 20th anniversary of Quake

Quake, the influential first-person shooter from id Software, celebrated its 20th anniversary on Wednesday. In recognition of the occasion, director and designer John Romero published a Quake FAQ that was created on October 22, 1995, that served as a repository…

Mighty No. 9 arrives to some very average reviews

By the end of Keiji Inafune’s 2013 Kickstarter campaign to fund the spiritual successor to Mega Man, over 67,000 backers had spent nearly $4 million to make Mighty No. 9 a reality. After an original release date of April 2015,…
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