A first-person... walk around adventure? The 'game' itself is incredibly straight forward, but the real fun comes in going against the 'intended path'. This is a game with real self-awareness, and parodies itself and the entire gaming medium. I laughed out loud several times at the ways it plays wit...

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Wow. If you've seen the anime you probably know what I'm talking about, I haven't, I've only played this game. I'm not sure how worthwhile it is to play the game after watching the anime.

It's another time-travel-based visual novel (surely we don't need more of them? Oh yes, we certainly do). So a...

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I love the Fallout series, particularly 1 and 2, so I backed Wasteland 2 very promptly. An all-star team developing a successor to the spiritual prequel of fallout? Too good to be true.

And I guess it is, a little bit. There's nothing really WRONG with wasteland 2, but it felt a little odd to play...

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The sequel to my 3rd review of the year, 999. Though I had a couple of control issues with VLR, overall I think it's superior to 999, and I really liked 999.

The story is magnificent, truly an accomplishment in story writing for games. To tell almost anything would be spoiling it, all I can say i...

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Spoilers: this game has more than 9 persons and more than 9 doors in it, and will take more than 9 hours to finish.

But seriously, this was a pretty good game. And by game I mean it's basically a visual novel with some puzzling elements (that's 3 for 3 this year, hrm). Think Myst, but with other c...

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