SIFU
Already the first trailers of the action game about the martial arts master Sifu were reminiscent of the previous game of the Sloclap studio. The fighting game Absolver is remembered…

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CONWAY: DISAPPEARANCE AT DAHLIA VIEW
Connoisseurs of good English detectives, the gaming industry, to put it mildly, does not indulge. But in November, they were rewarded in many ways for their expectations. This is not…

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SAM & MAX: BEYOND TIME AND SPACE REMASTERED
The Sam & Max Save the World remaster came out last December. Then the developers from the Skunkape team assured us that the rest of the seasons would sooner or…

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HALO INFINITE
In November, the battle between Call of Duty: Vanguard and Battlefield 2042 was supposed to take place. But suddenly a third side of the conflict appeared - although Halo Infinite…

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EPIC CHEF
Cursed old house A guy with a speaking name Smak arrives by ship in the port of the city of Ambrosia. The captain throws him overboard without saying goodbye and…

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BRIGHT MEMORY: INFINITE

The same Chinese man, a lone hero, hiding under the sign of FYQD-Studio (actually his name is Zhang Xin Cheng; Zeng Xian Cheng), who made a rustle of his Bright Memory last year (I wrote about this short but bright beauty), all, of course, a little confused. It seemed that it was a 40-minute demo of a full-fledged game called Bright Memory: Infinite, reminiscent of Shadow Warrior 2. So Infinite came out – and it turned out that she and the first Bright Memory – two different episodes of the main character’s adventures, and the continuation is also short: not 40 minutes, and somewhere a couple of hours. Also, you see, very little for a shooter. Continue reading

READY OR NOT: EARLY RELEASE PREVIEW
The New Zealand studio VOID Interactive has been making its special forces police simulator for almost five years - the announcement of the spiritual successor to the SWAT series took…

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FATAL FRAME / PROJECT ZERO: MAIDEN OF BLACK WATER
Many devoted PC-boyars have probably heard something about the Japanese horror series Fatal Frame (known in their homeland as Project Zero), which was once almost on an equal footing with…

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UNDUNGEON
In the genre of Western RPGs, where everything has long been invented and overused, it is difficult to surprise and stand out with something. Therefore, rare exceptions, like Planescape: Torment…

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