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‘Small Saga’ Making Big Waves On Kickstarter

Trevor Poole
Small Saga is a game that has a mole wizard who shoots fireballs by using a Bic lighter. There, I just got your attention. You also play as a mouse named Verm on a mission of vengeance.
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‘Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night’ Shines Like A Brilliant Moon

Trevor Poole
'Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night' is a return to the genre by Igarashi, taking nearly five years to make. The work is surely felt and most assuredly appreciated.
Indie News Preview

‘Night Call’ Preview: Take a Few More Nights to Get Things Right

Trevor Poole
This is Night Call from developers Monkey Moon and BlackMuffin Studios. Some readers might have noticed it on the montage of the Microsoft E3 Press Conference this year.
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Mobile PC Reviews Uncategorized

‘Whispers of a Machine’ Echoes Back An Incredible Future

Trevor Poole
Whispers of a Machine engrossed me from the opening menu, where in the background art I could see the setting of the game: a town sitting atop a towering disk in the air above plains and roads that seemed wasted and left long ago. The first scene introduces the player...
Indie News Kickstarters

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Finally Has a Release Date

Trevor Poole
Many fans of Castlevania have been clamoring for a more faithful entry in the Metroidvania franchise for years, but it seems Konami is more interested in releasing collections of old games in the series and forcing the indie circuit to do the heavy lifting for the genre. While collections of...
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PC Reviews

‘Fall of Light: Darkest Edition’ Falls Far From the Top

Trevor Poole
While Dark Souls has become a bit of a dirty word in games journalism due to some tending to use it far too much to describe or compare a game, it is the only one comparison to bring Fall of Light (developed by RuneHeads) too. A logical conclusion of sorts.
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Inspiration As the Fuel to Ambition: ‘Welcome to the Future’ Interview With Moonmen Games Founder Marc Fabricius

Trevor Poole
Some game developers see a concept they love that inspires them, wondering if they could take on the challenge to take that basic concept into an experience where adventure players themselves can go on and tell their own stories with. And to that, I say 'Welcome to the Future.'