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Atmospheric exploration puzzle games have long been perfected by the likes of Team Ico with titles like Ico and The Last Guardian providing stellar examples of how the genre is done right. Showing clear inspiration from the aforementioned games, Tequila

The world of food is not just for stuffing our faces with fine cuisines and quick fast food eats. Nay, the likes of Gordon Ramsey reality TV series and the popular Food Wars! anime series have shown that crafting meals

When The Jackbox Party Pack first came out, it revolutionized how multiplayer video games could work at parties. So long as everyone had some kind of smart device, anyone could pick up and play the simple and addictively fun games.

In the last episode of Minecraft: Story Mode, Jesse found out the hard way why it's best not to piss off an all-powerful being. Awakening to new surroundings, the slayer of the Wither Storm discovers quickly that the path to

I'm getting the feeling that Telltale Games has learnt their lesson regarding Minecraft: Story Mode. After starting Season Two on the right foot with "Hero In Residence," it was clear that they wanted the scope of Jesse and the rest

There are two sides of every tale, especially in last year's brilliant platformer Shantae: Half-Genie Hero. One may think that everyone's favorite belly-dancing genie heroine was the one that saved the world again, but -- as her rival Risky Boots

Whenever you come across one of those matching puzzle games, the fear of repetition comes crawling into your brain. Some overcome it with good writing (Scurvy Scallywags), others use a dating simulation approach (HuniePop). In the case of Dreadbit and

A few years ago, there was a Dustin Hoffman vehicle called Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium. It wasn't that great of a movie, but it dealt with impending death unlike any family flick had done in the past. Seeing his shop revolt

Telltale Games' interpretation of Mojang's Minecraft had some bumps in Season One, most of which were smoothed over with the aid of its bonus episodes. After nearly a year since we last saw the Order of the Stone, Jesse and

Tetris was the very first game I ever owned. (After all, it came packed in with every Game Boy back in the day.) I'd spend weeks playing the living crap outta the levels and challenges, with my family getting into