Transistor Review

Transistor

Developer: Supergiant Games
Publisher: See Above
Released on May 20, 2014

Transistor is a fast-paced, sci-fi story brought to you by the creators of Bastion. In this action RPG, you are Red, a former singer who wields an extraordinary weapon called the Transistor, capable of storing functions and combining them in strategic ways. With responsive gameplay set in the futuristic city of Cloudbank, it’s up to you to piece together the mysteries surrounding this weapon.

Genre: An Action-Indie RPG

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Disco Elysium Review

Disco Elysium

Developer: ZA/UM
Publisher: See Above
Released on Oct 15, 2019

Disco Elysium is a breath of fresh air above most standard RPGs, featuring a rich, open-world that lets players explore every nook and cranny. You are a detective who has made some bad decisions in life. But with an intricate murder case hanging above you, it’s time to do your job and go investigate the city of Revachol to narrow down a list of suspects. You can dial up the charm, resort to violence, become a man of culture, and more.

Genre: A TLDR RPG

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Ori and the Blind Forest Review

Ori and the Blind Forest

Developer: Moon Studios GmbH
Publisher: Xbox Games Studios
Released on Mar 11, 2015

Ori and the Blind Forest is a game set in an ethereal fantasy world of spirits brought to life by beautiful paintings and flawless animation. No seriously, it’s high production values cannot be understated. It narrates the story of an orphaned spirit guardian destined to save the forest of Nibel from decaying into a barren wasteland. The spirit tree was attacked by a misguided creature of darkness and it’s up to Ori to restore the light.

Genre: Action-Adventure Platforming

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OneShot Review

OneShot

Developer: Little Cat Feet
Publisher: Degica
Released on Dec 08, 2016

OneShot is an adorable top-down exploration game taking place in a slowly-decaying world, in need of a new sun to restore its light. You will help guide Niko, a lost cat-child on their pilgrimage to the tower, to put the lightbulb back where it belongs before it’s too late. The game knows you are god and Niko is the messiah of this world. But is it truly worth saving? Remember, you only have one shot at this.

Genre: Indie Adventure Game

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Exploring Undertale’s Sense of Humor

The Pacifist Ending and Other Easter Eggs

I’ll begin by telling you the bloopers and secrets of Undertale. This is going to be spoiler-heavy so proceed at your own risk!

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Lesser Dog is actually a close relative of Longcat.

As we all know, the game loves to make doggo jokes. In fact, you can spare all the dogs in Snowdin by playing a game of fetch with the stick. This fella here is Lesser Dog. He gets too excited if you pet him and stretches his neck out to display affection. If you keep petting him, well…it never stops growing.

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